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The Gitanmaax Nursery School handed out diplomas to their graduates and everyone was treated to dinner.
After a long standoff between the Gitxsan Treaty Society and the Gitxsan Unity Movement, the blockade at the GTS office was removed.
It was a busy week for the New Hazelton RCMP last week as they received a total of 90 calls.
Supreme Court Justice McEwen adjourned the GTS petition, but retainied jurisdiction to make further orders if necessary.
During March break, a regional junior boys basketball went to the All Native Junior Basketball tournament in Port Alberni.
Hazelton Bulldogs captured the provincial championship title for the first time in Hazelton’s history last week.
The Hazelton Bulldogs peewee tier four hockey team captured the provincial championship title last week in Fort Nelson.
Hazelton Bandits finished second at the Men's Draft tournament and topped it off with a successful St. Patrick's Day fundraising dance.
The Bargain Shop announced it acquired retail locations from the Hudson’s Bay Company including the New Hazelton store.
Students of Hazelton Secondary support their teachers with a rally of their own on Friday afternoon.
Five Hazelton figure skaters have been practicing hard and are heading off to skate in the first Northwest Jamboree in Kitimat this weekend.
Shannon Hurst talks about the virtues of healthy living in this week's Our Town.
Just after 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon firefighters were called to a burning shop and storage facility in New Hazelton.
Shannon Hurst takes her gaze to the stars in this week's My Town.
166 Fields stores will be closing their doors in the summer.
Cold weather last week forced the Coast Mountains School District to cancel classes last Friday.
Shannon Hurst talks about communication in this week's My Town column.
The Hazelton Spartans junior boys basketball team played in Smithers on Saturday in a playday hosted by Bulkley Valley Christian School.
Shannon Hurst talks about New Years Resolutions in her My Town column.
Entrepreneurs and business owners Kim Madsen and Aaron Wesley were among the selected recipients of an Aboriginal business award.