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Final bonspiel caps comeback year for DC Curling Club

Final bonspiel caps comeback year for DC Curling Club

This year marked a return after broken ice chiller kept curlers off the rink
The girl with diesel-powered dreams

The girl with diesel-powered dreams

Dawson Creek native Kelsie Epp is making a name for herself in the diesel motorsports world. The 27-year-old from Dawson Creek is looking to land herself a spot in the 2016 Diesel Power Challenge in Denver, Colorado in May.
Sportman's club at Kin Arena for 3D Archery this weekend

Sportman's club at Kin Arena for 3D Archery this weekend

Indoor archery takes over the Kin Arena in Dason Creek, April 2 and 3. Over 100 archers planted their feet and let arrows fly at last year's event. The Dawson Creek Sportsman's Club is hoping this year's will be just as popular.
Junior Canucks hoping Lumby, B.C. talent returns to team in the fall

Junior Canucks hoping Lumby, B.C. talent returns to team in the fall

One year after Dawson Creek just missed capturing the Hockeyville title, it's Lumby, B.C. that is now vying for votes, home of two Dawson Creek Junior Canucks forwards: Jayden Pederson and Wyatt Warnes.
Chuckwagon tarp sales down 26 per cent

Chuckwagon tarp sales down 26 per cent

First-ever Dawson Creek sale saves association travel costs, but tough times take toll
Dawson Creek bowler off to nationals

Dawson Creek bowler off to nationals

Bowling is a family affair for the Letendre family of Dawson Creek. Their youngest, Riley, is headed to the national five pin championships in Calgary May 6 - 9, the first bowler from the Dawson Creek lanes to go to the tournament since 1987.
Chetwynd hockey player earns scholarship

Chetwynd hockey player earns scholarship

Chetwynd-born hockey player Hunter Mosher has accepted a scholarship to attend Nippising University in North Bay, Ontario. She'll join the school and her new team, the Nipissing University Lakers, in the fall.
Jake Watson Wins in San Antonio

Jake Watson Wins in San Antonio

Staying at a friend’s ranch in California, Jake Watson is a long way from his hometown of Hudson’s Hope, B.C. But the 22-year-old saddle bronc rider can afford a little R&R after the week he had in late February.
Flyers clinch series win in finale at home over Canucks

Flyers clinch series win in finale at home over Canucks

In a blaze, it was all over. The Fort St. John Flyers scored three times in just 1:56 of the third period in game five against the Dawson Creek Senior Canucks to clinch another epic chapter of the rivalry. Fort St.
Canucks win game 4 thriller over Flyers to set up series finale

Canucks win game 4 thriller over Flyers to set up series finale

They won't admit it, but no one is surprised we're here. After three tightly contested games and one blowout, the Dawson Creek Senior Canucks and Fort St. John Flyers will play a fifth and deciding game on Thursday in Fort St. John.