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by Nelson Daily Sports on Saturday Nov 13 2010

By The Nelson Daily Sports
 

Linden Horswill made his return to the NDCC Arena a memorable one as the Okanagan Hockey Association recruit scored his first goal as a junior sparking the Nelson Leafs to a 5-2 victory over the Grand Forks Border Bruins (see more coverage on Sports Page) Saturday night.


The 16-year-old native of Nelson, called up to play with the...

by Michael Wirischagin on Thursday Nov 11 2010
These past two weeks have shown proof that the Grand Forks Border Bruins can score and that they can score in bunches. Overall the Border Bruins have won three of their past seven games, with the only seemingly remaining Achilles heel for the team being their road game.
 
Led by a new “power” line, featuring Artsiom Kalashnikov, his brother Yan Kalashnikov, and...
by Teralee Trommeshauser on Tuesday Nov 09 2010

So there’s probably more than three things you should have every day, but for the well-being of those who are easily overwhelmed, let’s keep it simple. 

Number one! A smoothie. And not just any smoothie, a “green smoothie.” You may have heard the term floating around, and thought: Yes. Exactly what I want in my body - A strange, thick, green sludge of a drink. You may have thought...

by Michael Wirischagin on Tuesday Nov 02 2010
Four Grand Forks high school students have qualified to represent Grand Forks Secondary School (GFSS) at the British Columbia School Sports (BCSS) Provincial Swimming Championships to be held in Nanaimo, B.C., later on this month.
 
David Hecht, Ross Merry, Jade Milaney, and Hannah Holitzski all qualified for the event following their performances at the BCSS Regional...
by Nelson Daily Editor on Monday Nov 01 2010

By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily

There are major challenges facing the 2011 Senior Games before it comes to the West Kootenay region, but they are challenges that could see the region prosper, says the president of the Games committee.

Pat Metge said with the Waneta Dam expansion project in Trail, all of the construction...

by Michael Wirischagin on Thursday Oct 28 2010
Where there’s smoke - there is fire, and the Grand Forks Border Bruins lit the lamp early and often as they tallied their second win of the season this past weekend. The win marks the end of their early season losing streak at nine games. While the rest of the past 14 days may have not been so kind to the Bruins, they once again showed signs of why those around the Kootenay International...
by Michael Wirischagin on Thursday Oct 14 2010
The Grand Forks Border Bruins may have found the answer to their anemic offensive this past week adding brothers Yan and Artsiom Kalashnikov of Belarus to the roster. With both paying dividends in only their second game in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League (KIJHL), they became the only high spot in what was otherwise a disastrous two week stretch for the Border Bruins. ...
by Allyson Kenning on Wednesday Oct 13 2010

Monday morning saw Rossland’s first Turkey Trot event at the head of Centennial Trail.  Organized by Pat Hinds, owner of Mountain Life, the race was sponsored by Ferraro Foods, Bear Country Kitchen, Ross Vegas, and Mountain Life, and all the proceeds went to the Rossland Skate Park Association.

There were three races: a 1km for younger kids, a 5km for older kids and adults, and a 10km...

by Contributor on Wednesday Oct 13 2010

The Selkirk Saints men’s hockey team is anticipating a pair of exciting matches as they welcome their closest opponent from Kelowna on October 16th and 17th. Both teams met in an evenly contested preseason tilt that saw the Saints lose 6-5 after a last second goal from the Okanagan College Coyotes.

The Saints are 0-2 to start the season after a couple of home losses to Thompson Rivers...

by Mona Mattei on Monday Oct 11 2010

Halloween came early as the Boundary Horse Association held its annual spooky ride with their October gymkhana and competition. Competitors from the very youngest to adults vied for the first place ribbon from the judges including Grand Forks City Councillor Cher Wyers.

First place ribbons went to Zara Todoruk in 19 and over class, Amanda Knighten in the 14 - 19 class, and Emma Labro for...

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