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Local forwards part of winning weekend for Wizards

Liam Blackburn and Scott Cullen worked a little magic with their hockey sticks and helped the Wizards conjure up some gold at a weekend tournament in Whistler.

Burn Fund riders show their mettle

Hills never look too imposing from behind a steering wheel and a windshield. Those same hills, experienced from the seat of a bike, can turn into stretches of paved pain.

Cougars take Slovak defenceman No. 1 in CHL import draft

The Prince George Cougars chose defenceman Martin Marincin of Slovakia first overall in the Canadian Hockey League annual import draft Tuesday. The six-foot-four 187-pound defender was a second-round draft pick of the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday.

Twin selections at entry draft will be part of city's history

Is it just me, or is our community getting healthier? Take a drive around our city in the afternoon/evening, and it's seemingly impossible not to see pods of runners cruising the sidewalks, or pairs of cyclists hugging the right side of the road.

Ultramarathon test passed

While standing at the top of Little White Mountain, Reid Roberts felt his competitive instincts slam into gear. Roberts, a 40-year-old Prince George resident and a well-known teacher at D.P.

Secret ballot goes in favour of Bell

A new president was elected in Prince George on the weekend. During the B.C.

Bulmer has a Wild Saturday

The Minnesota Wild obviously didn't want to miss out on Brett Bulmer. On Saturday morning, the Wild made Bulmer the 39th overall pick in the National Hockey League entry draft.

Posse Red rides off with lacrosse title

With shrieks of delight and an unbridled release of sweet emotion, the Prince George Red Posse ran around the floor at Kin 1 carrying their championship banner in a post-game celebration Saturday afternoon. It was a tough pill to swallow for the P.G.

Local soccer community mourns the loss of Wilson

Terry Wilson saw the future of youth soccer in Prince George.

Pettis defending CMRC national titles

It's usually dusty, steaming hot, and the competition is fierce, but there's something about the dirt trails of the small southern Alberta town of Raymond that gets Jesse Pettis excited.