Todd Hamilton

Todd is the stone in the North Coast’s shoe

Maybe, just maybe Christy Clark and the B.C. Liberals are getting their heads out of their Lower Mainland. But then there's Todd.

Christy Clark needs to get her head out of her Lower Mainland

Christy Clark needs to get her head out of her Lower Mainland.

Travis Bernhardt of Prince Rupert lines up a peel shot during the 63rd Annual Marine Bonspiel on Sunday. Bernhardt’s rink edged Jun Yamamoto 6-3 in the D Event final.

Sallenback strikes early to win Mariners Bonspiel

Jim Blackstone had a choice in the third end of the 63rd Annual Prince Rupert Marine Bonspiel and it was a classic risk versus reward.

Travis Bernhardt of Prince Rupert lines up a peel shot during the 63rd Annual Marine Bonspiel on Sunday. Bernhardt’s rink edged Jun Yamamoto 6-3 in the D Event final.

Mayor Obvious floats obvious trial balloon

The elected representatives of Prince Rupert are either floating a trial balloon or readying themselves for retirement in November.

Not the only answer for sports in Prince Rupert, but this one is free

In late January, the City of Prince Rupert hired an outside consultant to increase usage of the community's recreation facilities.

Are they unemployed or unemployable?

There are statistics floating about that indicate the North Coast has an unemployment rate of about six per cent.

Smithers Steelheads captain Darryl Young sneaks a rebound past Rampage netminder Devin Gerrits during third period CIHL action at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre on Sunday. Young’s goal knotted the game at 4-4 sending the game into overtime. The Rampage’s Kendall Stace-Smith would end up the overtime hero

Prince Rupert Rampage split series with Smithers Steelheads

Kendall Stace-Smith's overtime goal handed the Prince Rupert Rampage a 5-4 win over a depleted Smithers Steelheads lineup.

Smithers Steelheads captain Darryl Young sneaks a rebound past Rampage netminder Devin Gerrits during third period CIHL action at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre on Sunday. Young’s goal knotted the game at 4-4 sending the game into overtime. The Rampage’s Kendall Stace-Smith would end up the overtime hero

Searchers shine in the darkest hour

He had a cell phone to his ear, she was crying and holding on to his arm.

Prince Rupert-Terrace Hwy 16 closed after major accident

Highway 16 between Terrace and Prince Rupert has been closed in both directions following a major vehicle accident.

RCMP have cordoned off the entrance to Galloway Rapids Bridge approximately 10 kilometres east of Prince Rupert. This occurred shortly after a massive search for Adam Moore was called off. Details to follow once confirmation has been established.

UPDATE: Search for vehicle belonging to Adam Moore ongoing

As the sun goes down on another day of searching, the vehicle belonging to Adam Moore has yet to be recovered.

RCMP have cordoned off the entrance to Galloway Rapids Bridge approximately 10 kilometres east of Prince Rupert. This occurred shortly after a massive search for Adam Moore was called off. Details to follow once confirmation has been established.

Prince Rupert golf club should play-through slow moving city group

At a packed golf clubhouse, members teed off on incessant delays to finalize plans for the 2014 season — if there is going to be one.

Prince Rupert golf club president Dave Tough addresses members during the Dec. 15 AGM.

Prince Rupert Golf Club in financial trouble

Weather was the lone bright spot on the agenda for the Prince Rupert Golf Club (PRGC) annual general meeting on Sunday.

Prince Rupert golf club president Dave Tough addresses members during the Dec. 15 AGM.
Prince Rupert Seawolves captain Austin Weir races to beat Kitimat netminder Nick Almeida to the puck during B.C. Skeena Valley Midget Rep hockey action at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre on Sunday. The Seawolves dropped Kitimat 6-2.

Prince Rupert midgets defeat Kitimat Winterhawks

Prince Rupert Seawolves captain Austin Weir scored three times to lead his club to a 6-2 win over Kitimat.

Prince Rupert Seawolves captain Austin Weir races to beat Kitimat netminder Nick Almeida to the puck during B.C. Skeena Valley Midget Rep hockey action at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre on Sunday. The Seawolves dropped Kitimat 6-2.

Breaking news: Politicians refuse perks

Prince Rupert and Port Edward are separated by a 10-minute drive but when it comes to good governance they are world's apart.

Cullen or Sullen? Life in the express lane

Rants, raves and little things that just don't make sense to a smalltown boy.

Prince Rupert Port Authority CEO Don Krusel updates Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce members on port activities on Thursday at the Crest Hotel.

Prince Rupert Port Authority CEO says port at the right place at the right time

Prince Rupert may have a world class port positioned in exactly the right place at the right time, but it isn't just ours.

Prince Rupert Port Authority CEO Don Krusel updates Prince Rupert and District Chamber of Commerce members on port activities on Thursday at the Crest Hotel.

Barry Cunningham calls for change at Prince Rupert council

Barry Cunningham is the new councillor for the City of Prince Rupert.

Prince Rupert Rampage win in overtime

Devon Palmer's goal with less than two minutes to play in overtime completed a Prince Rupert Rampage comeback and a 6-5 win.

Cunningham wins byelection

Barry Cunningham wins Prince Rupert byelection to fill seat vacated by MLA Jennifer Rice.

Sam Irving of the Prince Rupert Storey’s Excavating Atom hockey team makes a save despite a Terrace AtoMc Purple player draped all over him. Irving backstopped the Prince Rupert Storey’s Excavating club to a 3-3 tie on Sunday at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. The tie earned the club a fifth-place finish. In other action

Prince Rupert atoms come up big in tournament

Chase Leighton-Stevens scored twice to lead the Prince Rupert FAR-KO Atoms to a 4-1 win over visiting Terrace AtoMc Green.

Sam Irving of the Prince Rupert Storey’s Excavating Atom hockey team makes a save despite a Terrace AtoMc Purple player draped all over him. Irving backstopped the Prince Rupert Storey’s Excavating club to a 3-3 tie on Sunday at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre. The tie earned the club a fifth-place finish. In other action