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Cougars hand out letters, Connolly named captain

No need to panic

Spruce Kings hungry for wins on BCHL trail

A taste of 'The Show'

As the Cats prepare for their home-opener, Connolly sets his goal on Tampa

Pidherny trails gain protected status

Prince George has a deserved reputation as a mountain biker's heaven. On Sunday, a little piece of that paradise will finally receive protected status when Pidherny recreation site becomes officially part of the city's network of off-road trails.

Women's rec hockey league seeking players

A few more players would be nice. The Prince George Women's Recreational Hockey League starts its new season on Friday. Six teams are ready to hit the ice, but they do have some open roster spots.

The Wood Wheaton challenge

Family Y Linden fundraiser needs more teams

McDougall goes the distance

Rob McDougall had a little more life in his legs. McDougall, a D.P. Todd secondary school student, was the senior division champion in the Otway Trail Run, held on Saturday.

Youth sports coach recognition

As a community, they are coaches we can crow about. The end of 'Coaches Week' brought coaching awards to two city men who work very hard to teach sports skills and life skills to young athletes in Prince George.

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.