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Horse ballet’ highlights mental and physical discipline

Horse Association of Central Kootenay honours former member with Memorial Dressage Show

  • Jul 10th, 2017

West Kootenay ‘A’ Orioles top division advance to Districts

The ‘A’ Orioles swept a pair of doubleheaders to earn a spot in the American Legion District finals.

Friday night curling showdown for Scotties

New format to be tested in Penticton at 2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

  • Jul 1st, 2017

SOBC Swim team ready to make a splash in Kamloops

SOBC Summer Games in Kamloops, July 6-8

Trail Smoke Eater selected in NHL Draft

Kale Howarth picked by Columbus Blue Jackets in fifth round

Trail Smoke Eaters athletic therapist brings healthy perspective

Smoke Eaters Athletic Therapist Angie Hurley brings awareness to Certified Athletic Therapist Month.

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Community service, one-year ban for Blue Jays beer can thrower
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B.C. high school track and field day two concluded
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Climbing is a future Olympic sport and here are the basics
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Ovechkin on NHL not participating in 2018 Olympics: I’m going
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Trail bowler ready to roll at SOBC Summer Games

Robert Tarko is one of the premier bowlers representing Trail at the Special Olympic BC Summer Games

Trail Orioles win Little League championship

The Orioles beat the Nelson Angels in Sunday’s final

St. Denis signs AHL contract with Bridgeport Sound Tigers

Trail’s Travis St. Denis signed a one year deal with the N.Y. Islanders AHL affiliate Bridgeport.

Nitehawks goalies commit to college teams

Beaver Valley Nitehawks goalie Tallon Kramer commits to University of Jamestown.

West Kootenay Orioles rebound to earn split with Deer Park

After dropping Game 1, the West Kootenay ‘A’ Orioles beat Deer Park 7-1 in Game 2 on Saturday.

Wenatchee Wild to join BCHL Interior Division

The Trail Smoke Eaters division just got more competitive with the addition of the Wenatchee Wild

West Kootenay Fishing Report

The fishing is heating up on the Columbia River and West Kootenay waters.

Bocce team ready to roll in Special Olympics BC Summer Games

Seven bocce athletes will represent Greater Trail at the SOBC Summer Games next month.

Officials detract from NHL playoff potential

Sports ‘n Things by Dave Thompson

  • Jun 15th, 2017

Let the Games begin

More than 2,500 athletes will be going for gold at Langley’s McLeod Athletic Park

Beaver Valley Nitehawks fall in OT of Keystone Cup final

Alberta champion Wainwright Bisons beat Nitehawks 4-3 in Western Canadian final

Fine Form

Easter Sunday at the driving range