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Dillon Giancola

Dillon Giancola

Dillon Giancola writes sports and community stories for the Alaska Highway News and Dawson Creek Mirror. Growing up in small-town Alberta, he spent time in Edmonton and Brantford before coming to Fort St. John. He loves all things sports, books, music, TV and board games.

From slow pitch, to hockey, and disc golf to lacrosse, he loves keeping his communities informed on what is happening in the local sports world, and likes to tell inspiring community stories in general. Keep an eye out as well for the odd rant about the Los Angeles Rams and his extreme fandom.

Recent Work by Dillon

North Rockies Avalanche Forecast - April 15, 2021

North Rockies Avalanche Forecast - April 15, 2021

Avalanche danger will increase throughout the day due to warm sunny weather. Plan on finishing early and minimizing your exposure to overhead avalanche terrain.
Summer Solstice Run on for June

Summer Solstice Run on for June

This year's Summer Solstice Run is set for June 19, and is set to be an in-person event.
Tumbler Ridge's Emperor's Challenge bumps back registration for August South Peace race

Tumbler Ridge's Emperor's Challenge bumps back registration for August South Peace race

The Emperor's Challenge remains scheduled for August 7, but registration has been pushed back while organizers await a clearer picture of PHO restrictions.
Portraits to remember

Portraits to remember

Local photographer Jennifer Loberg is giving families of children with special needs children a chance to shine this spring. 
Arnie Isberg tourney organizers look to pass the reins

Arnie Isberg tourney organizers look to pass the reins

Memorial event has raised more than $120,000 for the Hospital Foundation
Vertical Slam pushed to September

Vertical Slam pushed to September

This year's Vertical Slam will be postponed until September 11.
North Rockies Avalanche Forecast - April 13, 2021

North Rockies Avalanche Forecast - April 13, 2021

Watch for reactivity in wind-affected snow this week as incremental snowfall continues to accumulate.
DC minor ball enters rebuilding season

DC minor ball enters rebuilding season

The Dawson Creek Minor Baseball season is set to start in early May.
Alexis Conroy graduates from figure skating club after 14 years

Alexis Conroy graduates from figure skating club after 14 years

Alexis Conroy is moving on from the Mile Zero Figure Skating Club after 14 years of skating.
Fort St. John family needs support after losing child

Fort St. John family needs support after losing child

Kate-Lynn Campbell and Bryan Brodi looking to return home to grieve with family, hold a memorial