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Rainmakers battle to double draws

The Charles Hays Secondary School girls soccer team played to two draws in Terrace last weekend.

Sports Briefs: April 26

Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert region.

STORY AND VIDEO: Whale Trail gives a closer look at marine life

The city became the latest stop on the network of shore-based marine mammal viewing sites along North America’s Pacific Coast

Rupert’s Bryant-Nelson shoots for hockey success

Former Prince Rupert athlete Brianna Bryant-Nelson has translated her humble beginnings into the start of a successful hockey career.

Shames Mountain closer to new snowcat machine, thanks to $50K Port donation

Shames Mountain took a step forward in its campaign to acquire a new nowcat machine, thanks to a $50,000 donation by the Port.

Prince Rupert Minor soccer debuts U5 division, kicks off season

Prince Rupert Youth Soccer Association debuts U5 division, kicks off season.

Sports Briefs: April 19

Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert region.

Time to dust off the clubs

Sunny days have returned to Prince Rupert after a grey winter, which means it’s time to break out the golf clubs.

VIDEO and Story – Nisga’a Baller Pride: MVP of the Week, Carly Cochrane

17-year-old Carly Cochrane has been named an All-Star four times this year already and won a Junior All Native Basketball Tournament.

Double draws in soccer opener

The Charles Hays Secondary School girls’ soccer team came away with two ties in a playday hosted in Prince Rupert on Saturday.

Janis Joplin Tribute Show reunites, 30 years later

A little piece of Prince Rupert history returns to the Lester Centre of the Arts stage this summer.

Flight service announced for Ketchikan

Flight service between Prince Rupert and Ketchikan, Alaska will soon be available, on the wings of Misty Fjords Air.

VIDEO and Story – Dancer of many genres: MVP of the Week, Karlie Fudger

Performing can be nerve-racking, the stuff nightmares are made of. But for some, it’s what brings out the best in them, like Karlie Fudger.

Sports Briefs: April 12

Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert region.

Rupert residents warned not to feed the seals

Don't feed the seals is a message to Prince Rupert residents for the safety of both the animals and the people.

Liam McChesney makes Team BC

Prince Rupert’s Liam McChesney has been named to the Team BC U17 basketball team.

Port Simpson Athletic Club wins Kitamaat Open Basketball Tournament

A Prince Rupert-area team once again won the title at the Kitamaat Open Basketball Tournament.

Rupert team wins Aboriginal Youth Hockey Championship

A group of Prince Rupert novice hockey players won the gold medal recently at the Prince George Aboriginal Youth Hockey Championships.

VIDEO: Roosevelt scores fibreglass sticks

Grade 3 and 4 students at Roosevelt Park Elementary School can now play floor hockey with brand new sticks, thanks to some local sponsors.

Rupert runners celebrate season debut (Race Results)

The first race of the season is officially in the books for the Rupert Runners and it went without a hitch.