Kevin Campbell

No more salmon tanks in SD52 classrooms

Planned upgrades to Oldfield Creek Hatchery also put on hold as feds cut thousands to program

Air Canada adds afternoon summer flight out of YPR

More flight options for travellers to and from Prince Rupert

Tax notices are in, and Rupertites are paying more for hospital upgrades

The Northwest Regional Hospital District has increased their taxes by 65 per cent

Lifeboat station announced for Hartley Bay

Construction of the new station will begin in 2018

Making the Carnival of Calamities possible…

The Prince Rupert Lions Club donates $1,500 to the Prince Rupert Special Events Society for Seafest

STORY AND VIDEO: Whopping $120,000 raised at 2017 Prince Rupert Relay for Life

There were tears on the track, but also victorious laps taken by cancer survivors and supporters

STORY AND VIDEO: MVP of the Week — Speedy Jason Rioux aims for family greatness

Jason Rioux comes from an athletic family and he’s aiming to catch his brothers’ success

Parkside Resort Motel suffers early morning fire

Two rooms on the second floor have significant fire damage and two rooms below have water damage

Sam Wiley, Northern Capitals win it all in Kelowna

One of the most competitive girls hockey tournaments in B.C. had a Prince Rupert flavour this year

Smolt Festival releases thousands of smolts into Hays Creek

More than 8,000 coho smolts are on their way to the ocean thanks to volunteer efforts

Sports Briefs: May 31

Skeena River Relay, Rise ‘N Grind Skate Contest, Eclectic Dance Show

Vo, McDonald lead Prince Rupert pack in track and field zones

Both dedicated track athletes and newcomers to the sport excelled in zones, which CHSS hosted

Prince Rupert delegation speaks to Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce

A delegation from Prince Rupert made a special appearance in Ketchikan

Port of Prince Rupert readies for specialty bulk cargo with Ray-Mont Logistics

More Canadian crops are making way through the Port of Prince Rupert starting late August

MVP of the Week: Hannah Scherr — Embracing the rough and tumble

Hannah Scherr started her athletic career playing soccer. But something was missing.

Rainmakers place second in hard-fought zones

The team fell just short of winning it all, placing second after a loss to the Smithers Gryphons

Prince Rupert dancers earn dozens of awards, scholarships from BCADC

No matter what type of performance, dancers from both Spectrum City and DAPR shone

Sports in Brief: May 24, 2017

Relay for Life 2017, Skeena River Relay fills up, Kasiks Archery Shoot

Roosevelt Park the team to beat in 2017 Bike to Work Week

With summer around the corner, it’s time to clean off the bikes and get pedaling on the North Coast.