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Minor ball hits a drive to deep left

Minor ball hits a drive to deep left

Dawson Creek Minor Baseball started its 2021 season this week. In a U11 practice at Kin Park on May 13, Hailey Rudy went deep with a solid hit to left field. Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca
Disc golf season 2021 fires up

Disc golf season 2021 fires up

The weather was ripe for a round of disc golf in Dawson Creek this week. Colton Rand enjoyed a round with some friends, showing off for the camera here as he gets low for his drive on the sixth hole.
New wildlife coalition calls for change

New wildlife coalition calls for change

Stakeholders in hunting and wildlife across B.C. have come together to form The Fish, Wildlife and Habitat Coalition, and are calling on the government to do its part in making B.C. a world leader in wildlife, fish, and habitat management once again.
Forehand winners

Forehand winners

Shane Homis and Amy Kaempf got out to the Dawson Creek tennis courts Thursday, May 6 for an early season rally. All four courts are open, and are a great place to go get a workout while enjoying the warm spring weather.
Slow pitch season still in waiting mode

Slow pitch season still in waiting mode

DC Sportsman's Club to build indoor shooting range

DC Sportsman's Club to build indoor shooting range

The Dawson Creek Sportsman's Club is not letting the times slow them down, and has a lot on the go this summer.
Mile Zero Academy gymnasts virtually compete

Mile Zero Academy gymnasts virtually compete

Local gymnasts compete.
Jake Gardner 11th at Corpus Christi PBR

Jake Gardner 11th at Corpus Christi PBR

Jake Gardner kept up his consistent PBR season this weekend, finishing 11th at the Buc Days PBR Chut Out in Corpus Christi, Texas on April 30. He held on for one ride of three for a score of 84, missing out on the money by three spots.
Dawson Creek's Ginter named Ron Houston Administrator of the Year by Curl BC

Dawson Creek's Ginter named Ron Houston Administrator of the Year by Curl BC

Winner of the Ron Houston Administrator of the Year from Curl BC,
Teepee Creek executive to ensure stampede happens

Teepee Creek executive to ensure stampede happens

The Teepee Creek Stampede executive is pulling out all the stops to make sure that this year, the 104th edition of the stampede actually does happen.