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Eleven teams converged on HSS's weekend tournament.
Sixteen teams rang out the hockey season on St. Patrick's Day.
Hope volunteer firefighter Rebecca Arrowsmith set three impressive marks in her climb on Feb. 26.
The senior Mustang girls now know what they’ll be up against next basketball season, after playing in the FV single-A championships.
It’s a bad sign when you’re planning to go winter camping and the highways are closed due to snow.
Firefighter Rebecca Arrowsmith will head off for her third race on the fire escape stairs at Sheraton Vancouver’s Wall Centre Hotel Feb. 26.
When it was just ice, there were hockey players and skaters. When it had snow, skiers and snowshoers came out.
Stewart selects six 2016 stories still sticking saliently.
January fun on Kawkawa Lake started with the polar bear swim on Kawkawa Lake.
The RiverMonsters is planning to organize a swim meet in summer this year.
Keep an eye out for coho salmon, which will be in local streams this winter.
Coach Smith picked the worst-ever October for Hope Secondary’s first-ever boys’ soccer tournament — but came up with a miracle last weekend.
A comment to a friend got Dogwood Valley's Jesse James involved in an exercise challenge that is working its way across the country.
It’s a big deal to be chosen as Canada’s “Umpire of the Year.”
The tournament is back after a five-year absence after a group of organizers decided to revive it.
Motorsports fans will have even more reasons to head to the Hope Sports Bowl at Sixth Avenue Park this weekend.
“We actually wore our toques. It was pretty chilly.”
Hope’s next official looking for advancement, Blake Deschenes, has already seen the impact of reffing on his off-ice pursuits.
Scott Medlock won an all-expenses paid from Lordco and Raybestos for selling the most brake parts.
Hope Mountain Centre volunteers make it easier for all to go hiking.