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No blockbusters coming the Cats' way

Unlike previous Januarys, there will be no major tinkering with the Prince George Cougars' roster, just some minor tailoring. Dallas Thompson as much as guaranteed that.

Biathletes move on to cadet provincials

As part of the Royal Canadian Chilcotin 202 Sea Cadets, Julia Rook has a multitude of activity choices. She learns survival skills, can join her squadron band, can learn sailing and seamanship, and receives firearms safety training.

Moleski, Stealth open NLL season

Jeff Moleski's debut with the Washington Stealth came with a happy ending.

Kitimat comeback foils local rep team

A bit of puck luck would have been welcome. The Freightliner Cougars settled for a 5-5 tie with Kitimat in their opening game of the Up The Creek Garment Company peewee rep hockey tournament.

Ski resorts thankful for weather blessing

With all this white, local ski resorts are no longer crying the blues. Snow finally arrived in great abundance this past week, a much needed blessing for downhill ski hot-doggers, snowboarding surfers, and cross-country fanatics.

Kelly Road hosts wrestling tournament

The road to the provincial high school wrestling championships takes a detour today through Kelly Road secondary school. A total of 140 wrestlers from northern B.C.

Cadets line up for zone biathlon race

They couldn't have picked a worse time to schedule a test.

Kitimat comeback foils local rep team

A bit of puck luck would have been welcome. The Freightliner Cougars settled for a 5-5 tie with Kitimat in their opening game of the Up The Creek Garment Company peewee rep hockey tournament.

Berra an overtime hero

Captain RJay Berra lifted the Prince George Spruce Kings to a 5-4 overtime win against the Quesnel Millionaires Friday night at the Coliseum. In the B.C.

World experience earns Cats civic honours

The city of Prince George was prominent in the hockey world's two biggest tournaments over the holiday season.