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Hazelton Secondary School teacher Barb Janzee announced they are hosting a “Gathering of Nations” Poverty and Racism in the North.
The Hazelton’s have had their setbacks throughout the years, but one thing no one can take away is the widespread community spirit.
Hazelton Bandits finished second at the Men's Draft tournament and topped it off with a successful St. Patrick's Day fundraising dance.
Although the cost has increased to $22,000 from $15,000, Hazelton's Tiffany Bennett is determined to build a Memorial School in Africa.
Spring is near at hand, clocks moved ahead and days just a bit longer, time to enjoy spring break.
Hazelton peewee hockey team is off to provincial championships after wins against Houston and Burns Lake.
Students of Hazelton Secondary support their teachers with a rally of their own on Friday afternoon.
The Hazelton Secondary School Junior boys basketball team competed in the Northwest Zones in Houston on the weekend.
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.
The great Smart Meter debate continues as BC Hydro installs the new meters in the coming weeks.
Shannon Hurst takes her gaze to the stars in this week's My Town.
The South Hazelton Community Association held their monthly meeting last week.
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.
John Field Elementary School was forced to cancel some of their Carnival activities.
Last Tuesday afternoon the New Hazelton RCMP were called out to a collision between a transport truck and a CN train.
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.