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Tom Kurjata awarded lifetime membership

Despite not being in Dawson Creek since 2003, the impact that Tom Kurjata had on the local curling scene is still felt.

A season for skill building

There will be youth baseball this spring albeit not in the format that many who play the sport locally have become accustomed to. "We are not giving up on ball. Anyone who has registered will have baseball provided.

Torkelson scores 90 to earn huge Spring Break Up paycheque

Jesse Torkelson saved his best for last during Friday night's Spring Break Up bullriding event. The 88.5 the 26-year-old scored in the long go on a bull named George easily put him among the top seven riders who qualified for the short go.

DC's mark on Allan Cup

Fort St. John might be celebrating its Allan Cup win, but there are a few other communities in the Peace Country that are also applauding their contribution to the national championship.

Ashbacher pockets almost $1,500

Kole Ashbacher received a couple of early birthday presents Friday night.

Flyers win Allan Cup

The Fort St. John Senior AAA Flyers are Allan Cup champions. In a final that couldn't have been scripted any better, the Flyers faced their rivals, the Bentley Generals, in front of a hometown crowd of 2,222 people and surged to a 4-1 win.

Warm weather means local links open early

Some of the warmest spring weather in memory has been a godsend for the area's golfers as the two local courses have opened or are set to open in the next couple of days.

Generals, Prairie Thunder advance to semifinals

The Bentley Generals and the South East Prairie Thunder are in the semifinals of the 2010 Allan Cup. The Generals surged ahead of the Powell River Regals in a 5-1 win last night.

DCVC teams head to championships on winning note

The Dawson Creek Volleyball Club's much improved Under-13 and Under-14 teams will travel to southern Alberta where they will test their mettle against other club teams at the provincial championships.

Real McCoys advance to semifinals, Bentley beats Caribous

The round robin of the 2010 Allan Cup is over and the Dundas Real McCoys secured their semifinal position while the Bentley Generals amended their first Allan Cup performance. After a 7-1 loss to the Fort St.
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