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Yeehaw! it’s Rodeo Time again and the Hazeltons are gearing up for…
It’s here, it’s here, it’s finally here; warm weather, leaves on the…
The world of technology is not slowing down it seems and our…
On Thursday, May 12 there will be a rally for an “Oil…
South Hazelton resident, Kassie Vipond has started off the gymkhana circuit this…
According to Telus maintenance workers, woodpeckers are creating havoc with lines throughout…
When the Olympics were in Vancouver it was easy to see how…
April 14 at approximately, 1 a.m., the New Hazelton RCMP responded to a report of a vehicle being struck by a train in New Hazelton beneath the Highway 16 CN overpass.
Last Thursday at approximately 3 a.m. it was reported that a large…
While as a reporter, one is to remain unbiased and without opinion in the news stories they write about, it is also favoured to not take a side when it comes to politics and political parties. Fair enough.
The Annual Good Friday Community Concert, which benefits the Hazelton Food Bank, is ready to bring an evening of entertainment to the Hazeltons on Friday, April 22 at the John Field Elementary School auditorium.
The K’san Performing Arts has been invited to participate and perform in a Cultural Exchange Project in Chengdu China with Mosuo Communities in Lu Gu Lake and Li Jiang in June of this year. Organizer Shirley Muldon said they are seeking funding as this invitation is one to amazing to pass by.
The debate over rezoning a residential lot to a commercial one in New Hazelton is heating up as the residents voice their concerns about having an Italian fishing lodge in the middle of their neighbourhood.
There is a growing concern amongst some New Hazelton residents recently who were informed about the potential rezoning of a parcel of land on 7th Avenue. Several residents attended the last town council meeting to voice their concerns but a decision to vote on the rezoning was postponed until the next meeting.
The South Hazelton Community Association had the best turnout yet at their monthly meeting last Monday. More than 20 residents came out to hear what the five members of the Kitimat-Stikine Regional District had to say and ask questions.