This Week Podcast – Episode 63

Get ready to learn all about how to catch the big one at the 25th Blue Knuckle Derby

From inside Rupert’s fishing and tackle store, J & E Tackle, we learn more about the 25th Lions Club Dezi Memorial Blue Knuckle Derby.

Rodney Proskiw, a Lions Club member, speaks with hosts Tyler Portelance and Chelsea Stamp-Vincent about the fishing event to be held on Dec. 27.

Our crime reporter, Keili Bartlett, also gives a run down of the police briefs, and the hosts share the biggest headlines in the paper this week.

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