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Each team played between two to three games making for a full day at the Ottoman rugby pitch
SD27 is asking for public input on four draft policies discussed during its board meeting
Thirty-one pickleball players got their first taste of fun, tournament play Saturday
On the agenda are inspirational stories from both athletes, a dinner, fireside chat and autographs
Once riders arrive, there will be a meet and greet at Canadian Tire
The club announced Monday morning the team and Outhouse had agreed on a one-year contract.
Now in week three of tryouts the Williams Lake Stampeders roster is beginning to take shape, said new head coach Al Navrot.
Results from Williams Lake and area athletes competing at the games are as follows:
“All four courts will be running,” Kika said.
Equestrian users asked to stay off trails
Lawrence Porter is ready to hang up his coveralls after a long and rewarding career
Williams Lake RCMP Const. Joel Kooger is on the road once again…
Asked about receiving the bursary, Feldinger said she was extremely grateful.
“No one’s here to cause a problem,” Barnett said. “We’re here to solve a problem.”
New director of community services happy to be in the lakecity
Hosted by Mr. Mikes, the cost will be $5 for a Mr. Mikes burger and a beverage.
The open house is slated to run from 11:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Results from each of the three events are as follows:
“We’re full swing with all the programs starting at the end of the month,” said coach Joanne Macnair.
Rustlers clubhouse ‘will never quite be the same:’ community to celebrate life of Rodger Stewart Saturday
“We’re overwhelmed by the rugby community and what it’s done for Rodger,” Tanis told the Tribune