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Taylor mini races this weekend

Taylor mini races this weekend

The Taylor Speedway will be packed on July 15 and 16 for the 9th Annual Mini Challenge. Mini Sprint heats start at 4 p.m. with Mini Stock races starting at 5 p.m.

Mile “0” Judo Club celebrating one year in city

The Mile “0” Judo Club finally has a new location to match it’s growing membership.
Stanley Cup in Sexsmith

Stanley Cup in Sexsmith

Carter Rowney of Sexsmith is a Stanley Cup Champion, and now he is bringing that Stanley Cup home. On July 16, there will be a parade in Sexsmith, AB to showcase the cup.
An estimated $62 million to DC streets

An estimated $62 million to DC streets

It was the Mile Zero Cruiser’s biggest year yet with more than 430 show and shine automobiles cruising DC streets. Organizers estimate $62 to 63 million in steel and chrome graced the city over the three days.
Five teams are represented by the Wildcat banner

Five teams are represented by the Wildcat banner

In just the second year of the D. C. Wildcats Basketball Club, the teams are making huge improvements, both on and off the court. There are five teams in the club, U14 boys, U14 girls, U15 boys, U17 boys and U16 girls.
Sitting down with Beaverlodge coach, NHLer Phil Sykes

Sitting down with Beaverlodge coach, NHLer Phil Sykes

A Dawson Creek native has come home to the Peace Country after a long time away. Former NHLer Phil Sykes is the new head coach of the Beaverlodge Blades in the NWJHL.
Locals playing football in Wembley, still no team in DC

Locals playing football in Wembley, still no team in DC

Spring is officially over and summer is here, but football camps are still going strong.
Dawson Creek bowlers are Special Olympics bound

Dawson Creek bowlers are Special Olympics bound

At the biggest ever Special Olympics BC Summer Games on July 7-9, Dawson Creek will be represented by some phenomenal athletes.
Sutherland at 65

Sutherland at 65

Time for some Peace-ful summers.

Expect a Wild and crazy time at conservation camps

Get ready to be wild and in touch with nature, as Go Wild Youth for Conservation camps are head to Dawson Creek on July 10 to 14. As part of the B.C. Wildlife Federation (BCWF), Go Wild is the operation division for youth camps.