Shannon Hurst

NDP candidates visit Hazelton

The five candidates for the provincial New Democratic Party leadership made a special stop in Hazelton last Tuesday and spent two hours taking questions and making their pitches to members of the audience at Hazelton Secondary School.

Busy week in the Hazeltons

It has been quite a week in the Hazeltons with a multitude of things going on.

Documenting the other side

The phone started ringing within a few hours after  the CBC report…

SHCA hoping for reps

The next South Hazelton Community Association meeting is scheduled for Monday, April…

Falling ice

Trying to figure out gas prices and radiation

While some weeks it is difficult to find a suitable topic for…

Women’s soccer tournament next week

Things are gearing up for the fifth annual Hazelton Women’s Indoor Soccer…

Applications taken in to lease old Riverboat

As many Hazelton residents know, the well known Riverboat in Old Hazelton…

Hazelton Secondary looking to add four new courses

Hazelton Secondary School is one step closer to getting some new courses…

Group reviews survey results

The recently formed South Hazelton Community Association held their monthly meeting last…

Strategies to make garbage greener

It is no surprise that the strong winds that hit the Northwest…

Fire in Gitanmaax

It may be cold but the shining sun will bring good news

As the saying goes, if March comes in like a lion it…

ANT results for Hazelton teams

Three teams from the Hazelton area headed to the 52nd  All Native…

Calling for change in a cents-less budget

While it is politicians who essentially run this country and this province,…

Saving lives gets easier in the Hazeltons

Saving the lives of those in cardiac arrest got a little easier…

Looking back at the exciting Olympic times

Last weekend I had the pleasure of watching some of the recap…

Standing behind their team

While the Hazelton Wolverines didn’t have the best season on the scoreboard and with the overall stats in this year’s CIHL, behind the scenes the team has continued to grow. Despite the lack of wins and some hard fought games, throughout it all the people and the local businesses of the Hazeltons have stood behind their hockey club. Without a doubt, the largest sponsor from the start, and again this year, was the Gitxsan Hereditary Chiefs according to Wolverines Executive member Jessica Mikolaycyzk.

Three teams off at All Native tournament

Three local teams headed to Prince Rupert last weekend to take part in the 52nd Annual All Native Basketball tournament that kicked off on Sunday.