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“The logging truck was stopped for other traffic, and it was rear-ended by a passenger car.”
The girls head back up-Island for a tournament this weekend, but will be back on home ice Nov. 4
The Wild had won back-to-back road games over the Cowichan Valley Capitals and the Nanaimo Clippers.
“At no time did the RCMP escort the vessel into the area.”
The final score was 11-1 for the visiting Campbell River “A” Tyees.
“Our feast was to bring together the Gwa’sala-Nakwaxda’xw people to uplift our emergency services.”
People who choose to serve their municipality don’t do it for the money.
The hockey game is held each year to raise funds for Cops for Cancer and Muscular Dystrophy Canada.
The Peewee Eagles’ goalie Logan Lamothe picked up a shutout at home.
The North Island Bantam Eagles picked up a couple big road wins…
The North Island Atom Eagles played their first home game of the…
The Canadian Cancer Society’s Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock team left Saturday morning from Victoria.
North Island Bantam Eagles forward Ethan Bono travelled all the way to…
28 photos from Port McNeill’s “Wild” 2017 OrcaFest!
While numbers were down at the robotics camp this year compared to…
The Davisons wanted to know more about their relative and the place he lived.
“A lot of the participants in this tournament were misplaced from the fire tragedy.”
Briscoe finished in second place in the Ladies Pro Division.
The Young Gunz held on to lead and pulled out the win by a final score of 13-7.
Jamie and William Harrison spent the day fishing together at Duval Point…