The Trail Smoke Eaters would like to announce the commitment of Bryce Anderson for the 2018-2019 season.
Anderson, a forward, currently plays for the Yale Hockey Academy Prep team after spending last season with the Valley West Hawks of the BC Major Midget Hockey League. In 15 games this season, Anderson has registered 27 points for the Yale Prep team and has also tallied two goals in three games as an AP for the Smoke Eaters this year.
Another blast of winter is expected to hit the mountains in and around the West Kootenay says Environment Canada.
"A cold front will continue moving across the BC interior today," said Enivronment Canada.
"Snow over Highway 3 - Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass is expected to intensify this afternoon. Periods of snow will persist through tonight as the front stalls over the area. Total snowfall amounts of 20 to 25 cm are expected by Thursday morning."
The Selkirk College Saints are still a long way from the ultimate British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) destination, but the ride so far has been packed with success.
The Saints brought an eight-game regular season winning streak into the long weekend. After defeating the Trinity Western University Spartans 5-2 at home on Friday night and the Eastern Washington University Eagles 4-2 at Cheney on Sunday afternoon, the Saints record remains unblemished.
There were a couple of firsts Friday night in Buffalo.
Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo moved into fourth spot overall in wins after backstopping Florida to a 4-1 NHL victory over the Sabres.
And Nelson Minor Hockey product Dryden Hunt played his first NHL game.
The 6-foot forward did not figure in the scoring, but Hunt had a birds-eye view of greatness in action as Bobby Lou moved past Curtis Joseph on the all-time list of wins with his 455th victory.
Representatives of the Street Culture Collaborative Working Group (SCCWG) spoke to city council recently and officially filed a request for a funding amount to help the project continue for a second year.
The group asked for $10,000 from the city, the same amount it received last year when the pilot project started up in October 2016.
The learning for student athletes on the Selkirk College Saints doesn’t stop when they leave class for the rink and there was plenty of lessons to soak in after coming away with a pair of wins at home against the University of Victoria Vikes.
The Saints ran their British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) regular season record to a perfect 8-0 after thumping the Vikes 7-0 on Friday night and escaping with a 3-2 overtime win on Saturday at the Castlegar & District Recreation Complex.
By Kelly Wilson, Interior HealthQuality Consultant, Falls and Injury Prevention
Falls happen every day, across all age groups. For children and youth, it might be a fall off playground equipment or a bicycle. For adults, it might be a fall off a ladder or slipping on the floor at work. For older adults, most falls occur in the home.
Falls can have devastating effects:
Maybe this BC government decision will get the attention of drivers still balking the urge to put down the cell phone when driving.
Monday, the Government of B.C. took a major step by designating distracted driving as a high-risk driving behaviour under the ICBC Driver Risk Premium program.
CASTLEGAR – Celgar’s effort to make challenging rural roadways more safe for pedestrians and drivers has received an enthusiastic response from the Castlegar community.
The local industry leader launched the BE SEEN campaign in October and Selkirk College was quick to jump onboard with several other community groups and businesses. The campaign involves the distribution of 5,000 reusable, high-visibility and reflective armbands that have been handed out to all Castlegar schools and are available throughout the community.