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D-backs prepared to play ball

This season, the Dawson Creek Diamondbacks will be without their star shortstop and most powerful hitter, but many of the other players from last year's roster are expected to return to the diamond and some new ones are also expected to show up.

Dawson Creek Canucks pass probation

The Dawson Creek Canucks are officially back in the North Peace Hockey League after getting unanimous approval at a spring meeting of the league last weekend.

DC area cowgirls tops in standings

South Peace Secondary School's Frankie Wilson is enjoying a stellar season and riding away with the all-around title in the Northern Division of the B.C. High School Rodeo Association. The Grade 10 student sits atop the northern standings with 320.

U-13s on a roll all season

With four tournament titles to their credit this season, the coach of the Dawson Creek Volleyball Club Under-13 team couldn't be happier with his players and their progress since January.

Representing the Rage within

As September draws closer, Dawson Creek hockey fans will become much more familiar with the warrior head of the Rage.

DC Rage volunteer list growing

The number of people who want to volunteer with the Dawson Creek Rage is growing everyday as more and more people are stepping forward to help out the new Jr.

Major gains for U-14s

The city's volleyball teams aren't powerhouses yet, but squads such as the Dawson Creek Volleyball Club's Under-14 team took major steps towards that goal this season.

Wheatbelt ball season set to start next week

The 2010 Wheatbelt Baseball League is slated to start May 12th with seven teams including the addition of a new club out of Cecil Lake.Cecil Lake will join Dawson Creek, Fort St.

Organizers expect 650 SPJS players

South Peace Junior Soccer kicks off this week with about as many budding David Beckhams in the youth organization this year as there were a year ago. "The numbers are about the same as last year about 650 players," said SPJS president Jerry Lawrence.

PMA opens 10-race season in GP

Thanks to modern technology, local motocross riders will now know immediately after a race what their strong and weak moments were and that could help them improve for their next race.