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  • RCMP Handling Prince Rupert Dugout Fire Investigation
    The City of Prince Rupert is simply asking people to respect public and private property. This comes after a dugout at the Patty Hutcheon Field was set on fire early Thursday morning. The field is located between the Recreation Complex and Prince Rupert Middle School. Communications Manager Veronika Stewart says ... Read more...
  • Masset Getting Set To Host Pride Parade
    Masset is getting set to host a pride parade over the weekend. Organizer Cal Manna says the pride parade will happen tomorrow around 2 o'clock in the afternoon. He feels this is an important event to have especially in smaller communities like Masset. "Especially for our youth, right? You have ... Read more...
  • Write to Read program brings libraries to remote communities
    [Photo: Completed Malahat Library] The Write to Read Project delivers books, libraries, computers, tablets & high speed Internet connections to remote First Nations communities in BC. Bob Blacker is one of the founders of the project. "Through rotarans up in Williams lake, we got our very first library, in a ... Read more...
  • Ribbon-Cutting Saturday For Terrace Playground and Splash Park
    It's been in use for a couple of weeks now, but tomorrow, Terrace's new splash park will be officially opened.  The City of Terrace has scheduled a special ceremony at George Little Park for the Kinsmen Playground and Rotary Splash Park tomorrow afternoon from 1 to 3pm. The city is ... Read more...
  • Walk Planned To Mark Two-Year Anniversary of Disappearance of Glen Vowell Man
    Next Friday marks two years since the disappearance of a man from Glen Vowell -- and his family is organizing a walk to mark the occasion. Lester Sampson was 57-years-old when he was last seen on August 25th of 2015. His sister-in-law, Arlene Sampson, says there are still very few ... Read more...