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It was another do or die playoff game for the North Island Bantam Eagles last Saturday.
The Wounded Warrior Run is a relay run where a group of runners cover Vancouver Island in seven days
For Jacqueline Zweng, the Wounded Warrior Run is a personal matter.
The Tri-Port Wild posted a 10-2-2 record this season, with 55 Goals For and only 24 Goals Against
District gets $23,361.88 grant fund for its Emergency Social Services Program Enhancement project.
The Wild are currently neck and neck with the Campbell River Hurricanes for first place.
The Regals had a short lineup (eight players) and the Capitals were able to take advantage.
'Scoring 75 goals and only conceding 11 is an impressive feat'
Port Hardy locals Jaylon Grenier and Seth Hanuse both made the team this year.
"2017 was a very good year for New Housing compared to the previous two years."
All three Cain Cup winners were from Port Hardy this year.
The town of Port McNeill taking over the bookkeeping would save the museum $700 annually.
Tri-Port Minor Baseball (TPMB) is gearing up for a new season with some brand new changes on the way.
To learn more about Wilcox's project, visit their website at www.decarbthepassage.net.
The Port Hardy Rotary Club has shown an interest in the project and may help with funding.
The election will cost between $5,000-$7,000, which was included in the financial plan for 2018.
The North Island Atom Eagles continued their February road trip, travelling down island to play the Saanich Braves on Saturday afternoon.
After a triumphant 7-5 first round playoff win against the Alberni Valley Bulldogs, the North Island Bantam Eagles had another hometown showdown on Saturday, this time against the Tier 2 league champions, the Powell River Kings.
The Eagles will look to rebound from the playoff loss against the Kings in Powell River on Feb. 10.
The Tri-Port Midget Wild put their six-game winning streak on the line against the Capitals.