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Charles Hays Rainmakers’ girls squad falls twice in Terrace
Prince Rupert has a history of pumping out strong badminton players, with Canadian men’s doubles professional Adrian Liu leading the charge.
Organizers Sarah Dantzer and Ashley Hunt facilitated the Earth Day Endeavour on Sunday, April 24
The Charles Hays Secondary School (CHSS) girls’ soccer team opened up their season against Terrace’s Caledonia Secondary on Saturday
Rupert resident and English-born Keith Lambourne won the inaugural Masters Pro Am at the Prince Rupert Golf Course two weekends ago
The first half marathon of the year in Prince Rupert was under a bright sunny sky and had more than 100 participants.
CHSS girls’ soccer coach Kyla Ragan spoke about the prospects of the coming season and how try-outs are going.
The new Cow Bay Marina, built by the City of Prince Rupert held it’s official ribbon cutting opening this past weekend.
The Prince Rupert peewee rep Seawolves took fifth-place in Tier 4 provincial championship action in March
Prince Rupert Karate Club Sensei Wade Wilkins recently had one more student achieve his first degree black belt, or ‘shod an’ in March
The 35th Annual Half Marathon plus 8, organized by the Rupert Runners, is set to proceed this Sunday, April 10.
The Prince Rupert Skating Club’s Come Fly With Me season-ending grand finale was at the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre on Saturday.
The Charles Hays Senior Boys Rainmakers hopes to win the British Columbia AAA High School Basketball Championship came to end.
The Prince Rupert Rapids captured the Bulkley Vally Otters Spring Sprint Swim Meet in Smithers recently by nearly 200 points.
The Marine Bonspiel took place at the Prince Rupert Curling Club this past weekend, with the theme “Come throw some rocks at our houses.”
The Prince Rupert Atom Developmental Seawolves wrapped up their 2016 season in Smithers, taking home third-place from Feb. 27-28
Prince Rupert hosts northwest Novice tournament; Red and Blue teams develop and grow
The CHSS junior boys’ Rainmakers basketball squad represented Prince Rupert proudly at BC High School Provincials
Minor baseball is back in Prince Rupert for kids aged four to nine and registration has already begun
The 25th annual Children's Festival took place this past Saturday at the civic centre