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DC and GP join forces

Dawson Creek and Grande Prairie are joining forces to form a single senior men's baseball team after both clubs were faced with a lack of committed players just days before the start of the 2010 Wheatbelt Baseball League season.

DC Seals show no rust 2 weeks into summer training

Just a week and a half into their summer training regimen and many of the returning members of the Dawson Creek Seals are already looking as if they're ready to step onto the starting blocks at the provincial championships.

Sports Council speaks on the spirit of sport

Last night's Fort St. John & District Sports Council annual general meeting provided an update to its members. KidSport March was declared KidSport month in Fort St. John, kicking off the annual toonie banner campaign, which raised $1,500.

Watch out for DC's fastest

The potential for Dawson Creek motocross riders is promising with several local competitors expected to finish high in the standings when the Peace Motocross Association season ends in September.

Emperor's Challenge in its 12th year

Billed as one of the toughest and most beautiful half-marathons in the world, the Emperor's Challenge has been attracting more athletes each year from across Western Canada and as far away as the U.S.

Get moving - It's for your health

Did you get active on Move for Health Day? Yesterday's annual Move for Health Day saw locals get active through various activities including a walk with the Mayor, free yoga in Centennial Park, school and business challenges and a health and fitness

DC minor ball numbers down, but season still on

Numbers are down, and for a while it looked as if there wouldn't be a baseball season for Dawson Creek youths, but the season is on and officials have made some changes to accommodate the drop in numbers and welcome any late registrants.

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.
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