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No. 1 heading into the Players'

If 2010 Olympic gold medalist Kevin Martin wins next week's Grey Power Players' Championship, it will add just a bit more lustre to a season in which he has shone so brightly already.

DC Gun Show one of the best in the West

The Dawson Creek Gun Show continues to make quite a bang in the Canadian West. The annual show began 33 years ago, and, since then, has become one of the biggest such events in western Canada.

Hardware for top Jr. Canucks

Junior Canuck Jason Higson capped off a stellar Jr. B hockey league season by being recognized with a couple of awards handed out by the Dawson Creek team.

Soccer registration into final days

South Peace Junior Soccer registration is on and it appears as if about the same number of kids will be playing the "beautiful game" this spring as did last year.

Top award nominees included in Players' draw

Curling fans who attend the upcoming Grey Power Players' championships next week will have the added thrill of seeing the World Curling Tour Players' Association hand out five awards to the top curlers.

Canucks honour top players

Forward-turned-defenceman Adam Loncan has had a couple of surprises this hockey season. The first was when the Dawson Creek Canuck was selected as the North Peace Hockey League's top defenceman.

Dawson Creek Minor Ball is a go

The 2010 Dawson Creek Minor Ball season is on after enough volunteers stepped forward to fill the vacant executive positions and get the registration process rolling.

Hockey hardware night

With the final minor hockey games over and the skates and equipment stored away for the summer, the Dawson Creek Minor Hockey Association recognized its outstanding players, coaches and organizers at an awards ceremony Monday night.

Valuable experience for 2 local speed skaters

Dawson Creek speed skaters Pauline Sutherland and Jacob Graham skated some of their fastest times at the Canadian Age Class Short Track Championships in Campbellton this past weekend and placed 13th and 15th respectively among juvenile skaters.

2 Mile Zero figure skaters aiming for the worlds

The Mile Zero Figure Skating Club had two of its members at the 2010 Special Olympic regional qualifier in Kamloops last month and both have a shot at moving on to the next step towards the world competition in 2013.
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