Shannon Hurst

Keep mindful in the cold

Shannon Hurst talks about the cold weather in this week's My Town.

Make your New Years resolution attainable

Shannon Hurst talks about New Years Resolutions in her My Town column.

Aaron Wesley and Kim Madsen are among the recipients of the B.C. Aboriginal Business Awards.

Glen Vowell duo among top entrepeneurs

Entrepreneurs and business owners Kim Madsen and Aaron Wesley were among the selected recipients of an Aboriginal business award.

Aaron Wesley and Kim Madsen are among the recipients of the B.C. Aboriginal Business Awards.

Hazelton residents relieved over IRS changes

Changes in IRS policy means certain Canadians won't be dinged as badly for tax issues in the States.

The Hazelton Bandits’ Olivia Wolfenden out manoeuvres Terrace’s defence to pick up her fourth goal of the game on Sunday in front of the hometown crowd

Bandits emerge victorious against Terrace

The Hazelton Bandits took on Terrace last Sunday with the home ice advantage and dug hard to come up with a 6-5 victory.

The Hazelton Bandits’ Olivia Wolfenden out manoeuvres Terrace’s defence to pick up her fourth goal of the game on Sunday in front of the hometown crowd

Lack of practice bringing down Hazelton Wolverines

The Hazelton Wolverines hosted the Smithers Steelheads on Saturday and fell 9-1 in front of the home town crowd.

Keeping the keepsakes safe

Shannon Hurst talks about precious memories in this week's My Town column.

Protesters remain outside of GTS building after court injunction

As of Monday morning Gitxsan members continue to camp out in front of the Gitxsan Treaty Society office.

The unifying nature of sports

Shannon Hurst reflects on the unifying power of sports.

Christmas closer than it appears in the Hazeltons

With only a month left until Christmas the festivities are getting underway in the Hazeltons.

Wolverines host Kitimat and Prince Rupert over weekend

The Hazelton Wolverines hosted the Kitimat Ice Demons on Saturday and the Prince Rupert Rampage on Sunday.

CPF conference was inspirational

Shannon Hurst's My Town column on her experience at the CPF conference.

Regan Yee captures a bronze medal in Kelowna

Yee captures a bronze in Kelowna

Hazelton's Regan Yee captures bronze after out-running more than 300 girls.

Regan Yee captures a bronze medal in Kelowna

No peanuts at school, please

All schools in the Hazelton area would like to remind parents not to send peanut snack items or sandwiches to the schools.

New mural for New Hazelton

The District of New Hazelton has completed a long time goal of having a mural to depict some of the area’s rich history.

Senior girls volleyball starts winning season

The Hazelton Secondary school seniorgirls volleyball team started their season off with a 2-1 record at the Kitimat play day last Saturday.

Short Wolverines roster loses two on the road

Hazelton Wolverines 12 players couldn’t hold up against the hosting Williams Lake Stampeders on Saturday and Lac La Hache on Sunday.

Waste Reduction Week heading to Hazelton

Zero Waste Program Manager for the Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine Laurie Gallant is working hard to get the word out.

The mounted cougar that was shot in Two Mile last year and is on display in the New Hazelton Tourism Centre was a big draw for tourists this year employees say. Despite numbers being down drastically compared to 2009 and 2010

Cougar a draw

Cougar a draw

The mounted cougar that was shot in Two Mile last year and is on display in the New Hazelton Tourism Centre was a big draw for tourists this year employees say. Despite numbers being down drastically compared to 2009 and 2010

New channels coming to Hazeltons

The Skeena T.V. Association wants to inform the public that they are still going ahead with the addition of three new digital channels.