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Show home tickets going fast

The hockey team is not doing well on the ice but that's done nothing to diminish ticket sales for the Prince George Spruce Kings show home lottery.

Hempsall using his starts to speed away

Young in years, but not short on results. Prince George speed skater Tim Hempsall, who now lives and trains in Calgary, finished 18th out of 32 skaters at the national short track qualifier that was held on the weekend in Sherbrooke, Que.
Zamboni garage a labour of love

Zamboni garage a labour of love

Quality of ice oval helped by resurfacing machine

Beaudry’s late push leads to spot on national team

Sarah Beaudry had better start brushing up on her Czech language skills.

Twice the opportunity for women's curlers

Prince George won't just have two connections to the provincial Scotties championship, the women's curling tournament that determines the B.C. rep for the national championship. The city will have two teams considered strong contenders.
Changing of the guard at local bowling house

Changing of the guard at local bowling house

For the first time in 37 years, the Fifth Avenue Bowladrome has gone through a change in ownership. And the new group, including local lawyer and lifelong bowler Kyle Parker, has big plans for the aging facility.
CHIN MUSIC

CHIN MUSIC

CHIN MUSIC -- Emery Thomas uses his jawbone to control the ball, in front of Tyson von den Steinen, during a B.C. Indoor Soccer League game played Sunday at the Northern Sport Centre.

Rough series for major midgets

Humbled by the Hawks -- twice. The Cariboo Cougars suffered two weekend whippings at the hands of the Valley West Hawks. In the B.C. Hockey Major Midget League doubleheader, played at Kin 1, the Hawks won 6-1 on Saturday night and 7-1 on Sunday.

Few rainbows for Raimbault

How things have changed for Mike Raimbault.

Mohawks make short work of visitors from Penticton

Alex Wright swapped jerseys to help stop the bleeding. By that time, the damage was already done. Even a Roberto Luongo clone could not have saved the Penticton Vees from a lopsided defeat.