Greg Sabatino

Minor hockey wraps up season with awards

Players, coaches and volunteers throughout the WLMHA have been recognized for their commitments.

SCOREBOARD: Bowlers, curlers and hockey players turn in weekly results and standings

Super League of Curling Season Final 1.) Lake City Collision (18W, 1L)…

Timberwolves have sights set on provincial gold

The Williams Lake Midget Female Timberwolves say they’re ready to take on all comers.

Caribo Archers in midst of busy month

It was a weekend of first for members of the Cariboo Archers during the weekend.

Champion crowed in Williams Lake Volleyball League

Williams Lake Volleyball League finishes season

French wins lottery on New York City Marathon

Williams Lake’s Jen French will run this year’s 2018 New York City Marathon

WLMHA teams close out seasons with division championships

House division teams in the WLMHA closed out their seasons this week.

Registration underway for upcoming Williams Lake Minor Fastball season

Organizers gearing up for 2018 minor fastball season in Williams Lake

Fins wrap up first half of season with provincials

Williams Lake Blue Fins Swim Club returns from tier one provincials

Youth 4 on 4 tourney showcases fun competition in novice, initiation divisions

Total Ice Training Centre hosts annual Youth 4 on 4 Tournament during the weekend

Spring-like Sunday in lakecity

Families enjoy sunshine in Kiwanis Park

T-wolves finish weekend 3-0 as provincials near

The Williams Lake Midget Female Timberwolves gear up to host 2018 provincials

Here comes the sun

It’s shaping up to be a warm, sunny day in the lakecity

Fitzgerald swims to provincial silver medal

Williams Lake’s Taylor Fitzgerald swam away from provincials with a silver medal.

Williams Lake Speed Skating Club — now in sixth season — finding stride

The Williams Lake Bullets just keep getting faster

Figure skaters put routines to test at year-end competition

Fourteen Williams Lake Skating Club members returned recently from the Super Series in Kelowna.

Eighty-year-old snowboarder finds his calling in the mountains

Eighty-year-old Ed Kozuki passes on his love of snowboarding teaching people with disabilities.

Special Olympic showshoers provincial bound

Two Special Olympic snowshoers were light on their feet at a recent regional qualifier

Feldinger commits to Thunderbirds for next fall’s rugby season

Alexis Creek’s Emma Feldinger will shed her Falcon feathers to become a UBC Thunderbird next fall.

VIDEO: 11th annual Parade of Choirs raises $3,600

Three choirs perform at Parade of Choirs — a fundraiser for Hough Memorial Cancer Society