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BodyElite relishes in successful season of figure competitions

A team of local figure competitors celebrated a successful season, their first as a team. "This season was fantastic," said BodyElite trainer and competitor Krista Cowie.

Erin Brody earns gold level

Peace Passage Skating Club figure skater Erin Brody is now part of the Gold Wall at the Taylor District Ice Centre. Brody attained the highest level possible - gold - in the interpretive category this psring and was honoured with a part on Friday.

Huskies back on the ice, room for 10 rookies this season

The Fort St. John Junior B Huskies held their training camp this weekend. There were about 24 hopefuls at the Saturday skate, the second of the three-day tryout camp.

Middle school change affects athletics at all levels

This year's move to a middle school model in School District 60 will ultimately be a positive for school athletes, but it will come with some growing pains.

Locals among the top at Labour Day Classic

The two locals ran to top three finishes at the 37th annual Labour Day Classic in Prince George on Sunday. Christine Fenton was second in the masters female five-kilometre category and third overall with a time of 23 minutes 40 seconds.

Big Bam to be better this season

The weather hasn't dipped below zero yet, but the volunteers of the Big Bam Ski Hill are eagerly anticipating the start of ski season. "It all depends on the snow. Last year we weren't quite ready to open, but we didn't have the snow either.

Wheeler, Jorven, Bacso win 2010 Links club championships

Competitors prevailed through a chilly and damp weekend at the Fort St. John Links Golf Course 2010 Club Championship.

Quiche Brevet closes out local randonneur season

Saturday's Quiche Brevet ended another season of randonneuring in the Peace Region. Five locals rode in the Quiche with Erik Snucins, Jay Morrison, Dan Webster and Wim Kok completing the 208-kilometre ride in 10 hours 47 minutes.

Fall Schooling Show brings new life to NPLHA

The North Peace Light Horse Association was alive with competition at the Fall Schooling Show this weekend. Riders from around the region competed in Western and English events on Saturday and in jumping on Sunday.

Returning to the ice at the Taylor Back to School Jamboree

Hockey players from around the region took to the ice this weekend for the annual Taylor Back to School Jamboree. This tournament was one of the first chances for players from novice to midget to get back on the ice before the start of the season.