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Top five finish for Prince Rupert’s Navneet Kaur at
Miss Canada Pageant.
The senior girls basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School finished 15th at B.C. provincials.
Brief sports stories from the Prince Rupert region.
Zach Dolan set some records and had himself an impressive showing at the Swim BC Short Course AAA Championships in Victoria March 2-5.
The Grizzly Bear Foundation’s released its report last week, highlighting how to ensure the long-term survival of grizzly bears in B.C.
A Prince Rupert school sells cupcakes to raise money in support of a Relay for Life team.
Bailey Wagner runs in the rain and snow, and this is in her first year as a Learn to Run coach in Prince Rupert.
The Prince Rupert Peewee Rep Seawolves celebrate their zone title and are getting ready for B.C. provincials.
The junior boys basketball team at Charles Hays Secondary School placed 12th at provincials last week.
10 teams took part in the Coastal Classic Novice tournament in Prince Rupert on the weekend.
Sports briefs from around the Prince Rupert area.
Organized by the Prince Rupert Special Events Society
The ninth annual Guns 'N' Hoses Charity Hockey Game went to the Hoses, for the seventh time.
The Prince Rupert Rampage posted one of their best seasons in their history.
Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club (PRASC) returned from the Terrace swim meet with seven medals and many other successes.
The All Native Basketball Tournament and Josiah Wilson settled Wilson's human rights complaint against the ANBT before the case was heard.
Wondering what to do in Prince Rupert this weekend? We've got you covered.
Gymnastics, for one Prince Rupert girl, came about when she began treating her parent’s home as a jungle gym.
The Rupert Rampage were eliminated from the playoffs after a 5-2 loss to the Terrace River Kings on Saturday night.
Four Prince Rupert Amateur Swim Club (PRASC) swimmers made the trip to Chilliwack for the Swim BC AA Championships from Feb. 16-19.