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Provincial ringette honour for long-time volunteer

The timing was just about perfect for Keith Sullivan. On the day he retired after 38 years as a millwright at Prince George Pulp and Paper, the 60-year-old Sullivan received word Thursday he's won the B.C. Ringette president's award.
Fury in a hurry

Fury in a hurry

Seeking first victory, new indoor soccer team's playing roster could see sweeping changes this weekend The world of pro sports is cruel -- judged by wins and losses, not by moral victories.

Cougs lose 12th straight in shootout

KELOWNA -- Hudson Stremmel put up an impressive stat on Friday night: 48 saves. Tyson Barrie, though, had his number.

Tuppy to carry a torch for an old flame

LINEUP CARD COLUMN It's right. It just is. An Olympian, carrying the Olympic flame.

Spruce Kings seek to end slide

If the Prince George Spruce Kings defeat the Cowichan Valley Capitals tonight in Duncan, they can strike one more item off their B.C. Hockey League to-do list.

Cougars lose a close one

Once again, the Medicine Hat Tigers struck too fast and too often to be tamed.

Winless Fury building with Wood

Seeking the franchise's first win, the Prince George Fury have reached out to new talent.

Fisher winless at provincial senior

Bill Fisher was hoping to catch a break that might have extended his time on the ice Thursday afternoon at Nanaimo Curling Club.

Youth sports excellence

A dynamic dozen youth athletes who have made an impact on the national sports scene will be honoured as guests of the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame.

Seehra and Hume KOd at boxing nationals

Thomas Speirs was not at his pugilistic best Wednesday in his opening bout at the Canadian senior national boxing championships.
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