Lakecity bowlers bring home medals from Prince George

Local bowlers competed at the Youth Bowling Canada 4 Steps to Stardom Zone Doubles Championships

Brier ends with loss for B.C. rink

Jim Cotter’s team falls 6-5 to Saskatchewan to finish eighth at Canadian men’s curling championships

RCMP building relationships through sport
Patriots fans celebrate sixth Super Bowl win
Zoo's gorilla predicts Rams' Super Bowl win
Atlanta kicks off Super Bowl festivities

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: Fitzgerald setting an example for fellow swimmers

“I like being in the water, I’ve always enjoyed being in the water.”

Gymnasts continue to shine in competitive season

“We’re off to a great start of the competitive season,” Michaela Newberry said.

B.C. rink eliminated at Brier

Vernon’s Jim Cotter rink suffers 8-3 loss to Wild Card team; third straight defeat for B.C. champ s

United Floors makes it five years in a row

Grant Gustafson, Russell Myers-Ross and Glanville each converted on their attmepts

B.C. rink clinging to hope at Brier

Vernon’s Jim Cotter suffers 11-5 loss to undefeated Brad Jacobs of Northern Ontario Thursday

As a rare 9th-degree black belt, B.C. senior still gets kicks teaching karate

Former Vancouver cop Don Owens involved in martial arts for 54 years

Edler plays hero with OT winner as Canucks beat Leafs 3-2

Vancouver has 10 wins in last 11 home games versus Toronto

B.C. rink advances to Brier championship pool

Vernon’s Jim Cotter loses final round-robin game, 10-9, to Ontario; advances along with seven others

SLIDESHOW: Blue Fins host largest meet in club history

“With so many great swims this weekend it was hard to pick a few highlights.” - Chad Webb

Rebuilt Humboldt Broncos make playoffs after devastating bus crash

The Broncos finished sixth out of 12 teams with 35 wins in 58 games and 74 points

B.C. rink in position to advance at Brier

Jim Cotter improved to 4-2 Wednesday; can clinch spot in next round with win or Nova Scotia loss

Return to home ice brings back fond memories for Northern Capitals players

“We enjoyed the support and it was good to have fans and friend we know in the stands.”

Stampeders headed to 2019 Coy Cup

The Williams Lake Stampeders are headed to this year’ Coy Cup senior men’s provincial championship.

Professional wrestler King Kong Bundy dead at age 61

Promoter and longtime friend David Herro says Bundy died on Monday

B.C. rink edges New Brunswick at Brier

Jim Cotter’s Vernon squad improves to 3-1 after suffering first defeat earlier in the day

B.C. rink tastes Brier defeat

Defending champs Team Canada roll past Jim Cotter’s Vernon rink 10-4 Monday morning in Brandon