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The Prince Rupert Rampage kicked off 2017 by achieving something the team has never done, posting back-to-back shutouts.
Tanveen Sahdra is a Prince Rupert boxer-in-training with hopes of becoming a real fighter one day.
Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert area
Avery Movold, a former Prince Rupert swimming star, has been nominated for a prestigious award in Prince George.
Juliana Marshall was the excited winner of Rainbow Chrysler’s $20,000 draw in December.
The Bantam House Seawolves settled for silver in last weekend’s tournament in Prince Rupert.
Prince Rupert Wildlife Rehab Shelter has several items on its wish list for 2017.
It’s always been an uphill climb for Prince Rupert baller and former Rainmaker Kyler Reece.
Sarah McChesney might be Prince Rupert’s biggest fan, but it’s only because the community has always been hers.
Brief sports stories from around the Prince Rupert region.
The Recreation Access Program eliminates financial barriers for people to get involved in sports.
Rupert Rampage defenceman Marcus Atchison takes a break from skating to pose with James Bradley Roberts
Prince Rupert's Leo Rutherford is a surfing enthusiast, finding time to catch waves whenever possible.
It’s a different year, but the same champions as always in the Rainmakers Alumni Tournament at Charles Hays Secondary School on the weekend.
The Rupert Rampage stumbled into the Christmas break with a 5-3 loss on Saturday night to the Smithers Steelheads.
No Regrets Basketball Tournament, ANBT teams make the cut and more
Prince Rupert Youth Soccer Association (PRYSA) held its annual general meeting last month and several updates came out of that.
Mason DiLeta has been practicing taekwondo in Prince Rupert since he was five years old.
The junior girls Rainmakers beat Skeena 64-29 and Hazelton 34-23 on Saturday at the CHSS gym.
If the ANBT executives have their way, there will be no mixing basketball with politics at February’s tournament.