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Rumble on the Runway, the North Island Timing Association's annual summer drag race event, returned to Port McNeill Airport June 23-24. The event was filled with spectators sitting on bleachers watching the competitors, who came from all over the island, race their vehicles to see who could come out on top with the best time.
"I think because we put all this work into our new donation policy, people should be filling it out."
"We could have started a year ago and still perhaps been in the same place."
The Briscoe sisters will be travelling to upcoming Logger Sports shows all throughout the summer.
The Blue Sox had an early lead after three innings, but the Crush responded back with heavy hitting.
"The commitment the girls and their coaches showed was quite remarkable."
Rotary club's Dale Dorward and Rick and Bill Milligan made their presence known at the meeting.
"Nicole Handley was at the forefront of everything and deserves credit for where we are today."
Port McNeill will hold a bylaw public consultation at its June 18 council meeting at 7:00 p.m.
The Port Hardy Secondary School soccer pitch was taken over by high class coaches teaching youth the moves needed to become stronger athletes.
There is a lack of a common gathering place for seniors in the Town of Port McNeill.
Salmon farms "have taken care of our environment while providing our people with good jobs."
The Port Hardy Slo-Pitch League's next tournament is the Father's Day Classic (June 14-17).
"The girls gave it their all and played excellent throughout the entire Island Championships "
Port Hardy RCMP Const. Ben Leah. will be riding for the North Island
Before the sheds were built, golfers had to park their carts on the side of the parking lot
The event had 29 registered participants, 16 survivors and five teams chipping in to raise $5973.10.
Police charge man with Uttering Threats, Mischief and Possession of a Weapon for a Dangerous Purpose
Applewood Ford will be donating a car if a golfer gets a hole in one on the 11th hole.
The Gazette reached out to all three communities financial departments requesting numbers to crunch