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Thunder was rolling this weekend in support of local hospital

The weather held off last weekend for the annual Thunder Run, which featured a conglomeration of motorcyclists for three days of rides and rodeos in the name of charity.

DCMB looking to rebuild

The Dawson Creek Minor Ball season went as well as could be expected despite a drop in the number of players, says president Randy Carlstad. "Despite the fact that it didn't look like we would have ball, things went reasonably well.

Wide variety of sports camps planned

Dawson Creek's Parks and Rec Department has increased the number of summer sports camps being offered over the next two months with the hopes of covering a wide range of interests and ages.

Lone SPJS rep team in action this weekend

The lone South Peace Junior Soccer rep team is proving itself to be on par with rep teams from similar sized communities, and this weekend the Dawson Creek team will have another chance to prove that once again.

Top school athletes honoured

With the end of the school year comes recognition for the outstanding athletes who have represented Dawson Creek schools on the basketball and volleyball courts, along the cross-country trails, on the track and field, at the rink, in the rodeo arena

Rycroft betters Royals 6-1

The Rycroft Rage got their first win against the Beaverlodge Royals this Wheatbelt Baseball League season with a 6-1 victory over the league leaders Tuesday night.

Little racers keep tradition going at Taylor Speedway

Racers young and old took to the Taylor Speedway last weekend for the Doug Babcock Memorial Points Challenge, but placement came second to family fun.

Seals closing gap with regional rivals

The Dawson Creek Seals are drawing closer to their regional rivals and proved it this weekend during a swim meet in Quesnel.

Publicity pays off for horse club

Dawson Creek was the place to be this weekend for equine lovers as the city hosted the much-expanded second annual Wild and Lawless Horse Show at the Lakota Agriplex.

Dawson Creek Rage pick up local netminder

The newly minted Dawson Creek Rage Jr. A hockey team has added another local player to its roster with the acquisition of netminder Andrew Walsh.
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