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Craig Martin netted two goals on the weekend including the overtime winner to lead Quinnipiac to a 3-2 win over Maine.
The Trail Retirees were back on the ice this week with several games on tap at the Trail Curling Club.
The past weekend was a huge success for the TRAX Swim Club swimmers.
It was skips day off as Trail Retirees took to the ice at the Trail Curling Club Monday.
The Trail Regional Aquatic Excellence Swim Club competed against swimmers from across the Kootenay and Okanagan regions.
The Canadian Junior Hockey League (CJHL) has approved the Penticton Vees’ and the city of Penticton’s bid to host the 2017 WCC.
In Trail Retirees Curling, Team Dan Horan came out firing on all cylinders against the Forest Drinnan foursome.
Home of Champions inductee Theresa Hanson set another milestone this week becoming the first female Athletics Director in SFU history.
The Chilliwack Chiefs and Prospera Centre will once again be host team and venue for the fourth annual Bauer BCHL Showcase.
The Trail Track and Field Club foursome brought home a total of nine medals and a number of top-10 finishes.
The J.L. Crowe Secondary School golf team is headed to the B.C. High School Championships.
West Kootenay BMX jumped out of the starting gate this month.
Rossland native Braden McKay had an up and down weekend finishing in 58th spot after firing rounds of 82, 74, and 84.
Red Mountain Ventures’ CEO Howard Katkov announced significant changes to the leadership team on Monday.
Celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, the Spring Fling Festival is coming back to down town Castlegar May 2.
The Kootenay Gallery presents the annual “Young Visions 2015” exhibition from April 23 to May 30.
West Kootenay Roller Derby rolls into the Trail Memorial Centre this Saturday
Six members from the BV Recreation’s Chito-Ryu Karate Dojo travelled to Penticton last weekend for Sensei Taneda’s Friendship Tournament.
Tim Flack of Trail bowled the first perfect game the alley has seen in over a decade.
Proper planning is vital to success in a new career and Selkirk College is providing the opportunity to explore options.