The people behind the Kitimat Concert Association are feeling optimistic that their efforts to get Flo Rida to Kitimat will soon pay off. Flo Rida is an American rap star, known for catchy hip-hop hits. He’s recorded music with artists from T-Pain and Lady Gaga.
In effort to reduce congestion, future Smith Street Trick or Treaters will be eligible through government lottery
In an effort to cut down on the amount of Trick or Treaters on Smith Street and Sparks Street in future years, the District of Kitimat will implement a lottery draw with a cap at 114 youth. The effort is to increase street safety in
Swimmers in Kitimat can rest easy during Kitimat’s boil water notice, as the town’s Leisure Services department is providing for community safety by ensuring the water in the swimming pool is kept at 102 degrees Celsius. “The water is always treated in the proper methods
Kitimat’s first snowfall? You bet! Here’s some photo highlights from this special day.
The Aluminum City Telethon starts today at 11 am, and the rather than have your heads down on your phones all day, everyone is encouraged to get together for this great community telethon and oh wait, get your phones back out. The Telethon has run
Many people may not remember Stamps, the famous horse of Kitimat’s pioneer days, who ensured Kitimat would have its iconic horseshoe shaped streets. “Stamps was a rare breed,” said Kitimat Historian Dr. Al Clive. “Towering larger than most buildings of the time, original town planner
The Kitimat River is pretty sure it made its position clear on the subject of riverbank camping. The District of Kitimat Council this week was set to discuss the future of allowing camping along the river, after significant rain caused a drastic rise in the water
The community of Kitimat is ecstatic to find Kitimat’s Fall yearbook is now available. Opening up his mailbox, Dylan Gauge was excited to see the orange cover page of the photo collection of his friends. “There’s Sally on page 14!” he shouted. “And George on
Proudly stunning himself for how quickly he could adapt to Kitimat’s heat wave, area man Donald Gaulin reflected how he managed to shift seamlessly from complaining about a chilly, damp July to an overheated late July and August. “One minute I’m whining about the cold,
After Kitimat Council heard a pitch to rename their iconic Tamitik Arena, the opinion in the community at large has ranged from dab to doog about whether it is a good idea. “Dab, dab, dab,” said Kitimat resident Kylie Freemond. “Just dab all around.” The