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Grigg great in Moose run

Yes, Kevin Grigg did see a moose. Two of them, in fact. The sighting was one highlight of his day. The other was winning the Mad Moose Marathon in a record time of three hours 12 minutes 51 seconds.

Gnats claim B.C. championship

It has been a long road, paved with bruises. The Prince George Gnats have traveled it for decades and have finally been rewarded with the ultimate prize. A B.C. championship.

Connolly sent back to Cougars

Brett Connolly is coming back to the Prince George Cougars, as captain.

Season-opening winless slide continues for Spruce Kings

The Prince George Spruce Kings kept up their losing ways Wednesday night in Salmon Arm. The host Silverbacks beat them 5-3, stretching the Spruce Kings' winless streak to start the season to five games.

Rumnning from the Mad Moose

Stewart aiming to complete 60th marathon this weekend

Connolly gets a taste of 'the show'

If and when Brett Connolly rejoins the Prince George Cougars for his third season in the WHL, whoever plays with him on the same forward unit will have a tough time living up to the qualities of his current linemates with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

City boxers to step into the ring in Edmonton

Thomas Speirs is getting what he wants. Another shot at Mohammed Nassar. Speirs, a 19-year-old member of the Spruce Capital Warriors Boxing Club, will step into the ring against Nassar Friday night in Edmonton.

Inglis making most of second chance

He's been in Prince George for only a couple of weeks and Charles Inglis has already unofficially been nominated for a political position. He's one of the leading candidates on the Prince George Cougars to wear a letter on his jersey this season.

Not sitting around at 68

Seniors Games medal haul for city track athlete

The next level

Loedel decides to head to Grande Prairie to further her volleyball career