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Royals 'stepping up'

The Beaverlodge Royals will take a break from the Wheatbelt Baseball League this weekend and instead test their skills against some of the top teams from central Alberta.

Local MMA fighters making a name for themselves

IronRhino MMA fighters crushed their competition in Edmonton last weekend. On Friday, all three local fighters added a point to the win column after swiftly defeating their opponents at King of the Cage 45.

Aussie golf pro takes break from circuit to teach in DC

Bill Oliver has taken a break from the competitive golf circuit, and that is sure to benefit Dawson Creek golfers.

Royals still perfect

The Beaverlodge Royals are looking to be one of the teams to beat in the Wheatbelt Baseball League this season.
Mascots and children wanted

Mascots and children wanted

The track at Bert Bowes Junior Secondary School is groomed and almost ready to go for the 20th annual Alaska Highway News Track and Field Meet this weekend. There's just one problem: no kids.

Pedersen wins DC Challenge Cup race in close finish

Dawson Creek's Kent Pedersen went from posting the third fastest overall time in Sunday morning's Try A Triathlon to winning the 70-kilometre Challenge Cup in the afternoon.

Seals third in season-opener

Ask Dawson Creek Seals Swim Club coach Genevieve Jin which one of her swimmers stood out at the opening meet of the season in Prince George this past weekend and she's hard pressed to come up with just a single name.

David and Goliath struggle turns into learning experience

Saturday's Streetball Classic turned into an opportunity for some of Dawson Creek's budding hoop players to pick up valuable experience playing alongside some of the city's veterans of the sport.

Fabulous figures

Local fitness and figure competitors gain qualifications and experience in Kelowna

Fort St. John runners represent in Grande Prairie

A whole contingent of local runners competed at the 34th annual Daily Herald Tribune Press Run/Walk in Grande Prairie on Saturday.