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Some finished, some advancing

Some finished, some advancing

After three days of curling action at the EnCana Events Centre, four teams have been eliminated, seven have secured a spot in the quarter-finals and most are still alive and battling for a spot in the playoffs.

Bulls are back, and they're 'ranker' than ever

It will be a star-studded cast of bulls and cowboys come April 23 during the annual Spring Break Up Bullriding Event.

Few easy games at Players'

Kevin Martin has shaken off any rust from a post-Olympic layoff and, not surprisingly, is emerging from the pack as one of the teams to beat at the Grey Power Players' Championships taking place this week at the EnCana Events Centre.

Weary Koe basking in glow of world title

Kevin Koe was dog-tired when he arrived in Dawson Creek for the Grey Power Players' Championships. After all, last week he was halfway around the earth winning a world curling championship in Italy.

Two of Canada's fastest skaters moving on

It seems like Patrick Hopkins and James Hopkins have been speed skating for their entire lives. And they almost have. The two joined the Dawson Creek Speed Skating Club when they were mere tykes - just two years old.

No surprises on opening day

On the opening day of play at the Grey Powers Players' Championships Tuesday, things fell into place pretty much as one would have predicted.

Volunteers a huge part of DC's Grey Power event

Wonder where the members of the Dawson Creek Curling Club are this week? Most of them are at the EnCana Events Centre as part of the huge volunteer effort required to put on the Grey Power Players' Championships. "It has been absolutely incredible.

Curling high continues in DC

Sport enjoying increased popularity after 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

Making ice for Players' a matter of precision

One would think the icemaker for this week's Grey Power Players Championships would be sweating bullets.

DC's seasoned curler will toss first rock

Dot Hill will add another accomplishment to her impressive curling resumé when she throws the first rock in the opening ceremonies of tonight's Grey Power Players' Championships.