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Flyers clinch spot in semifinals, Real McCoys beat South East Prairie Thunder

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Flyers alumni honoured during on-ice ceremony

Gary Alexander, Jim Anderson and Rod Fonteyne jerseys raised to the rafters

Success of Players' bodes well for future

Local organizers will use the experience they gained from hosting last week's Grey Power Players Championships when the city hosts other high-profile curling tournaments in the future.

Flyers beat Generals, Thunder victorious over Regals

The 102nd Allan Cup got underway in Fort St. John yesterday with the hosts and the South East Prairie Thunder each taking win on the first day. The Fort St.

32 wins and counting

It's been so long since Kevin Martin has lost that the veteran curler has probably forgotten what it feels like. But he most certainly has not forgotten what it feels like to win.

Big payday for Olympic silver medalists

It's been an incredible season for Cheryl Bernard.

DCVC club looking strong heading into own tourney

Almost every time the Dynamite step on the court they are making explosive gains, says the coach of the Under-14 Dawson Creek Volleyball Club.

Attendance expected to increase at Grey Power

Attendance is building at the Grey Power Players' Championships at Dawson Creek's EnCana Events Centre and is expected to peak this weekend when the men's and women's finals take place and $50,000 is on the line.
Some finished, some advancing

Some finished, some advancing

After three days of curling action at the EnCana Events Centre, four teams have been eliminated, seven have secured a spot in the quarter-finals and most are still alive and battling for a spot in the playoffs.

Bulls are back, and they're 'ranker' than ever

It will be a star-studded cast of bulls and cowboys come April 23 during the annual Spring Break Up Bullriding Event.
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