Nick Laws

Nick Law, Sports Reporter.

COLUMN: Scoring on and off the ice

Talking about the Rampage’s efforts to give back to the community

Nick Law, Sports Reporter.
The area affected during last nights wind storm. (Kaien Trail Society Photo)

Rushbrook Trail partially closed after storm

Trees collapsed during a windstorm in Prince Rupert Monday night partially obstructing the trail

The area affected during last nights wind storm. (Kaien Trail Society Photo)
Kai leighton rattle the rim in the final game of the No Regrets Basketball tournament (Photo By / Blair Shiers)

Charles Hays Rainmakers dry up in final game

The Charles Hays Rainmakers finished second at the No Regrets Tournament over the weekend

Kai leighton rattle the rim in the final game of the No Regrets Basketball tournament (Photo By / Blair Shiers)
Rainmakers wait out storm in Vancouver

Rainmakers wait out storm in Vancouver

Prince Rupert basketball team mentally prepare for home opener at Charles Hays gym on Friday

Rainmakers wait out storm in Vancouver
Prince Rupert Rampage host Teddy Bear night

Prince Rupert Rampage host Teddy Bear night

Prince Rupert Rampage teamed up with the Salvation Army to give back this weekend

Prince Rupert Rampage host Teddy Bear night
Doralee brands her boss, Franklin Hart, in a dream sequence in the Charles Hays production of 9 to 5 (Photo by/Nick Laws)

Charles Hays Secondary students steal the show

Students put on a production of 9 to 5 the musical at the Lester Centre

Doralee brands her boss, Franklin Hart, in a dream sequence in the Charles Hays production of 9 to 5 (Photo by/Nick Laws)
Rampage forward Cody Cringan battles in the corner with Devon Booth of the Kitimat Ice Demons (Photo by Nick Laws)

Prince Rupert Rampage rout Kitimat Ice Demons

The Prince Rupert Rampage beat the Kitimat Ice Demons Saturday night.

Rampage forward Cody Cringan battles in the corner with Devon Booth of the Kitimat Ice Demons (Photo by Nick Laws)
Kory Movold takes the faceoff during the Prince Rupert Rampage’s game against the Kitimat Ice Demons last season. The Rampage lost 4 - 3 in overtime. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert Rampage ready for clash with Kitimat

The Kitimat Ice Demons travelled to Prince Rupert to play the Rampage in Saturday night’s hockey game

Kory Movold takes the faceoff during the Prince Rupert Rampage’s game against the Kitimat Ice Demons last season. The Rampage lost 4 - 3 in overtime. (Matthew Allen / The Northern View)
Annunciation grade 8 student Josh Joubert throws his stone at the Prince Rupert Curling Club on Fri, Dec. 6. (Nick Laws / The Northern View)

Stepping Stones: Annunciation students learn to curl

Students from Annunciation School travelled to the Prince Rupert Curling Club on Dec. 7

Annunciation grade 8 student Josh Joubert throws his stone at the Prince Rupert Curling Club on Fri, Dec. 6. (Nick Laws / The Northern View)
Rainmakers Kai Leighton goes up for the block in the teams first game of the No Regrets tournament (Submitted by / Neil Dixon)

Rainmakers basketball starts tournament strong

The Charles Hays Rainmakers started the No Regrets tournament by beating Seycove 91-57

Rainmakers Kai Leighton goes up for the block in the teams first game of the No Regrets tournament (Submitted by / Neil Dixon)
Gary Mcarthur played in an old-timers rec league while living in Ontario. (Submitted by/ Gary Mcarthur)

MVP of the Week: Gary Mcarthur – For the love of the game

Gary Mcarthur is trying to start an all skill level hockey league in Prince Rupert

Gary Mcarthur played in an old-timers rec league while living in Ontario. (Submitted by/ Gary Mcarthur)
“My favourite part is all the treats the kids give me.”- Henry The Dog

What is your favourite part of Winterfest?

Streeter of the Week question at one of the many events of Winterfest.

“My favourite part is all the treats the kids give me.”- Henry The Dog
The CHSS production of ‘9 to 5’ kicks off Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m.at the Lester Centre of the Arts. (Submitted By/ Alison O’Toole)

Charles Hays’ production of 9 to 5 opens tonight

Strong female cast leads the latest Prince Rupert musical production

The CHSS production of ‘9 to 5’ kicks off Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m.at the Lester Centre of the Arts. (Submitted By/ Alison O’Toole)
The Junior Boys Basketball team won their first two exhibition games this past weekend (File Photo)

Prince Rupert Rainmakers basketball beat down Caledonia

The Charles Hays Junior Boys Rainmakers won both games over the weekend decisively.

The Junior Boys Basketball team won their first two exhibition games this past weekend (File Photo)
DJ Pascual and Miranda Moore collect donations for the Salvation Army inside of The Bargain Shop. (Nick Laws / The Northern Views)

Christmas kettle season kicks off in Prince Rupert

Adults with disabilities are among the first to volunteer for the Salvation Army campaign

DJ Pascual and Miranda Moore collect donations for the Salvation Army inside of The Bargain Shop. (Nick Laws / The Northern Views)
Charles Hays vs Palmer Charles Hays’ Malcolm Brown John Morrow Black Press

Prince Rupert Rainmakers rout competition in Terrace

Charles Hays Rainmakers senior boys basketball team dominated in play day over the weekend

Charles Hays vs Palmer Charles Hays’ Malcolm Brown John Morrow Black Press
Matthew Allen/The Northern View Ultramarathoner Sam Kasdorf will be competing in the 50 kilometre category of the Mount Robson Marathon on the Berg Lake trail Sep. 9.

Northern B.C. runner finishes second in Californian ultramarathon

Samantha Kasdorf finished the 100km San Joaquin River Trail run second amongst women.

Matthew Allen/The Northern View Ultramarathoner Sam Kasdorf will be competing in the 50 kilometre category of the Mount Robson Marathon on the Berg Lake trail Sep. 9.
Jake Morse shreds the guitar at a band practice this weekend. (Nick Laws / The Northern View)

Prince Rupert Students gear up to play seventh annual ‘Jingle Bell Rock’ Christmas concert

Ian Lihou and his group of talented prepare for their Christmas concert on Dec. 15th

Jake Morse shreds the guitar at a band practice this weekend. (Nick Laws / The Northern View)
The Charles Hays Senior boys basketball team starts its season today (File Photo)

Charles Hays Rainmakers basketball opens its season in Terrace

The Charles Hays senior boys basketball team opens its season in Terrace today.

The Charles Hays Senior boys basketball team starts its season today (File Photo)
Left to Right: Jason Rioux, Hannah Scherr, Dionte Stephens (Submitted by/ Jason Scherr)

North Coast rugby highlighted by First Nations athletes

Prince Rupert found its diamonds in the rough in Jason Rioux and Dionte Stephens

Left to Right: Jason Rioux, Hannah Scherr, Dionte Stephens (Submitted by/ Jason Scherr)