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Local questers compete for the Holy Grail this weekend

The Holy Grail is up for grabs. Runners from around the region will race through Fish Creek Community Forest this Saturday in the hopes of being the first one to cross the finish line and earn the Holy Grail.

Edge too sharp for opposition

The Gridiron Edge, reinforced with a handful of Dawson Creek players, has something to look forward to in the summer of 2011 - the chance to vie for a national slo-pitch championship.

DC Canucks expected to select coach soon

The Dawson Creek Canucks are looking for a coach. The senior men's hockey team has approached several potential candidates and is expected to make a decision in the next couple of weeks.

Locals survive harsh Ironman

Four locals braved hail, rain and cold weather to finish this year's Subaru Ironman Canada. The 3.8 kilometre swim, 180 kilometre bike and 26.

Canucks' core returning for 2010-11

If early attendance at the Canucks' first practices are any indication, the Dawson Creek senior men's hockey team looks to be a contender in the North Peace Hockey League this season. The team held its first skate Sep.

Darrell Leahy Flyers new head coach

Darrell Leahy is the new head coach of the Fort St. John Senior AAA Flyers.

Jr. Canucks take exhibition tests Friday and Saturday

Junior Canuck Coach Mike Lazinchuk will have a better idea what he has to work with this season after a pair of exhibition matches opposite two neighbouring Northwest Junior Hockey League rivals this weekend. Tonight the Fort St.

DC triathlete looking ahead to world race

Dawson Creek triathlete Chris Garwah has his sights set on the Olympic distance world championship triathlon in a year's time in Beijing after qualifying at the Kelowna Apple Triathlon in late August.

Huskies support KidSport with game this Sunday

Proceeds from the Jr. B Fort St. John Huskies' exhibition game against the Peace River Navigators this Sunday will go towards North Peace KidSport. North Peace KidSport chairperson Gail Weber said the game is dually important for the organization.

Bowling season begins

The local bowling season started this week and Fort St. John bowlers are looking to improve over last year. Last year two local teams qualified for provincials in Vernon and Kelowna.
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