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Kamba right on track

Close to 30 people turned out last Thursday to get involved with planning this year’s Kamba…

French school expansion overturned on appeal

The territorial government is victorious after appealing an NWT Supreme Court ruling ordering it to improve…

PHAB celebrates Christmas

The girls of the after-school program PHAB (physical health, arts and beauty) got together last week…

Annual bird count announced

Hay Riverites are getting ready for this year’s annual Christmas Bird Count Dec. 14, but organizers…

Curler heads to major match

Just because she’s heading to Alberta’s provincial championships doesn’t mean Amanda Moizis has forgotten her small-town roots. “I’m just excited to be going to provincials and representing Hay River,” she told The Hub last week. “I’m…

Perking up the park

The Tri-Service park will be getting a facelift once the snow melts, with the addition of $10,000 worth of new equipment, donated by the park’s three founding groups. “It sees so much use now, it’s almost…

Kamba right on track

Close to 30 people turned out last Thursday to get involved with planning this year’s Kamba Carnival. “The carnival, it was originally for kids,” said Diane Tourangeau, who ran the event in previous years. “It’s a…

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Kamba right on track

Close to 30 people turned out last Thursday to get involved with planning this year’s…

French school expansion overturned on appeal

PHAB celebrates Christmas

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Curler heads to major match

Just because she’s heading to Alberta’s provincial championships doesn’t mean Amanda Moizis has forgotten her…

Judo heads to Prov

Santa’s helpers hit pavement

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