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Sailing camp back for another year

The BC Optimist Summer Sailing Camp returns to Fort St. John this year so children can learn to sail in a safe and fun manner.

Organizers expect jump in entries for DC rodeo

Organizers of the Dawson Creek rodeo say there will be plenty of reasons for competitors to be at the annual rodeo Aug. 13-15.

Rage still looking for billet homes for incoming players

Dawson Creek families are being asked to open their homes to Rage hockey players as billets are still needed for the new Jr. A hockey team.

Royalty crowned at Ark's beach volleyball tourney

Jayden McIntyre and Jodi Steinke were crowned the champs in the Ark's Annual King and Queen of the Beach Volleyball Tournament under a blazing sun Friday and Saturday at the Christian Youth Centre.

Perfect no longer

Sunday afternoon was a perfect day for baseball. It was sunny and hot, but there was a slight breeze. And the two top teams in the Wheatbelt Baseball League were on the Harry Morrow Ballpark diamond.

Drag racing with Dad

Father's Day drag races took off this weekend for two full days of tire smoke, loud noises and family fun. Cars of all makes and models lined up on the Northern Lights Raceway to compete for top spots in a variety of categories.

Top 2 WBL teams meet Sunday

The Beaverlodge Royals' tightrope walk continues this Sunday when they again put their perfect record on the line and host the Peace River Stampeders at Harry Morrow Ballpark.

3 locals qualify for the top U.S. and Canadian high school rodeos

Local team roper Lance Isaak, pole bender Melynn Stromquist and goat-tyer Frankie Wilson will have to block off some time on their calendars as they will have a couple of high profile rodeos to attend this summer.

North Peace Hurricanes take 2 of 3

DAWSON CREEK The North Peace Hurricanes are gearing up for a run at the Alberta midget-level baseball championships and opened the first of its seeding tournaments with a 2-1 record this past weekend in Athabasca.

Spring League basketball wraps up another season

High energy and good spirits flooded the North Peace Secondary School gymnasium Tuesday night as Spring League Senior and Junior basketball finals wrapped up for another year. The Senior Girls took to the court with D.
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