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McPhee makes run for fifth provincial title

He took the long route but Barry McPhee is going after his fifth British Columbia curling title. McPhee waited for the last available Safeway Select berth at the British Columbia Interior Curling Association playdowns in Cranbrook on the weekend.

Don't cotton to cotton

Any person active in the outdoors in any season who is not properly dressed for the occasion is courting, at the very least, considerable discomfort, and, at the very worst, death.

Some like it tough

I have the winter doldrums something awful. From my office cubby today (Friday), I can see a glimpse of sunshine in Sahali.

Mayor and councillor promote judo event

City council meetings could get a little rougher, following Mayor Mel Rothenburger and Coun. Dave Gracey's foray into the world of judo.

No reason to stop smiling

Synchronized swimmers are known for their permagrins in the pool.

Lucky ducks

Nathan Hagen and the McDonald's Thrashers had a lot to occupy their minds before Sunday. The atom minor hockey team had league games in Winfield and Lumby yesterday and another one this morning.

Flyers split week's Premier hockey action

Prudential Realty Flyers got back on a winning track Thursday.

Blazers leading scorer possible for return

Jared Aulin is bent on being in the Kamloops Blazers' lineup tonight.

Renegades take second at Desert Ice

The Kamloops Under-23 Renegades had three players named to Team Okanagan for the upcoming provincial girls hockey championships.

Rivershore lands another event

Rivershore Golf Links has picked up another big event. In co-operation with the Royal Canadian Golf Association, it will host the Future Links Pacific Championship, April 14-16.