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by Contributor on Monday Nov 08 2010

The Selkirk Saints men’s and women’s volleyball teams will not be playing in the British Columbia Colleges’ Athletic Association (BCCAA) league this year, but will undertake an exhibition season in preparation for a stronger, revitalized program in 2011-2012.

The Selkirk College Men’s Volleyball program has experienced some challenges to start the 2010-11 season. Some of the student-...

by Contributor on Tuesday Oct 26 2010

The Selkirk College Saints made the first road trip a memorable one as the Kootenay-based team doubled the University of the Fraser Valley 6-3 in B.C. Intercollegiate Hockey League play Friday at at the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre.

Former Nelson Leaf snipers, Caleb Georgetti of Nelson and Scott Jago of Castlegar, provided the offence, as Selkirk exploded for four second...

by Allyson Kenning on Wednesday Oct 13 2010

Monday morning saw Rossland’s first Turkey Trot event at the head of Centennial Trail.  Organized by Pat Hinds, owner of Mountain Life, the race was sponsored by Ferraro Foods, Bear Country Kitchen, Ross Vegas, and Mountain Life, and all the proceeds went to the Rossland Skate Park Association.

There were three races: a 1km for younger kids, a 5km for older kids and adults, and a 10km...

by Contributor on Sunday Oct 03 2010
By: George Longden, chair of the Grand Forks Trails Society
So, as you can guess, I am going to write about trails. Some of you may be familiar with this summer’s trail construction inside Grand Forks, and but most are not aware of the developments on the Trans Canada Trail, also known as the Spirit 2010 Trail across the region.
by Contributor on Monday Sep 13 2010

Terry Fox was original, he was the first.  His courage and determination continue to inspire Canadians and people around the world.  The movement he inspired has generated over $500 million and is supporting research at dozens of facilities across Canada.  Quite a feat when you consider that Canada had almost no cancer research when Terry, at 18 years of age, was initially diagnosed with...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Sep 12 2010

 It’s obvious from the first two chapters of the book titled, the 2010-11 KIJHL season of the Nelson Leafs; this read can only get better.

Although it was painfully obvious the Castlegar Rebels storyline also needs a little work.

Still it was the Rebels escaping the weekend series with a sweep and the Leafs making a quick about turn...

by Nelson Daily Sports on Sunday Sep 12 2010

The Castlegar Rebels scored three times in the second period to post a 3-0 shutout over the Nelson Leafs as the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League kicked off its 2010-11 season Friday in the Sunflower City.

Taylor Anderson, Dylan Richardson and Erik Wentzel scored during a four-minute span for the home town squad. Richardson and Wentzel each finished the game with two points....

by Tyler Austin Bradley on Wednesday Aug 18 2010

 The new arena roof is pretty stellar.  You’ve probably seen it from the outside by now, all metal sheathed, sleek, smooth and buttoned up tight.  It’s gorgeous. The inside is great, too, and it was the ceiling I found myself studying last night (Tuesday, Aug. 17) as our local Rossland roller derby team, “Gnarlies’ Angels”, and...