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Team Canada paracyclist Tristen Chernove, with the three medals (Gold, Silver, Bronze) from the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Chernove is preparing for the Tokyo Paralympic Games, set for August 24-Sept. 5

A cyclist’s journey, measured in more than just miles

Tristen Chernove, a Team Canada paracyclist from Cranbrook, speaks of Rio, Tokyo and facing challenges

Team Canada paracyclist Tristen Chernove, with the three medals (Gold, Silver, Bronze) from the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Chernove is preparing for the Tokyo Paralympic Games, set for August 24-Sept. 5
The Abbotsford Canucks are going with Johnny Canuck as the team’s primary logo.

With logo reveal complete, Abbotsford Canucks GM Ryan Johnson turns attention to hockey

Johnson said it’s been a busy summer relocating from New York, but he’s ready to build the roster

The Abbotsford Canucks are going with Johnny Canuck as the team’s primary logo.
Pictured is Myles Fitzgerald, the new Assistant Coach of the Cranbrook Bucks. (Cranbrook Bucks file)
Pictured is Myles Fitzgerald, the new Assistant Coach of the Cranbrook Bucks. (Cranbrook Bucks file)
The Kimberley U13 team. Photo submitted

Kimberley U13 team wins Cranbrook tournament

The U13 Kimberley baseball team attended the U13 Cranbrook year end tournament…

The Kimberley U13 team. Photo submitted
Race winner Meaghan Hackinen of Kelowna making her way through Kimberley on Monday, June 28. Dave White photo

Enduring the heat: Epic 1000 BC riders make their way through Kimberley

Despite the blistering heat, athletes biking the 1,000 k BC Epic race…

Race winner Meaghan Hackinen of Kelowna making her way through Kimberley on Monday, June 28. Dave White photo
Former Vancouver Canucks players Henrik Sedin, left, and his twin brother Daniel Sedin, both of Sweden, walk onto the ice during a jersey retirement ceremony before an NHL hockey game in Vancouver, on Wednesday February 12, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Former Vancouver Canuck stars Daniel and Henrik Sedin join club’s front office

Pair join Vancouver’s hockey operations department as special advisers to general manager Jim Benning

Former Vancouver Canucks players Henrik Sedin, left, and his twin brother Daniel Sedin, both of Sweden, walk onto the ice during a jersey retirement ceremony before an NHL hockey game in Vancouver, on Wednesday February 12, 2020. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck
The race route takes riders over the summit of Gray Creek Pass from Kootenay Laketo Kimberley. Bohdan Doval file.

Bike race from Merritt to Fernie will be coming over Gray Creek Pass on June 28

Tom Lymbery of the Gray Creek Store says that a 1000 kilometre…

The race route takes riders over the summit of Gray Creek Pass from Kootenay Laketo Kimberley. Bohdan Doval file.
After being forced to cancel in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Wasa Triathlon is being organized for August. Bulletin file photo.

Information released for Gerick Sports Wasa Triathlon scheduled for August

In 2020 the COVID pandemic forced the Gerick Sports Wasa Triathlon to…

After being forced to cancel in 2020 due to the pandemic, the Wasa Triathlon is being organized for August. Bulletin file photo.
BCHL

BCHL designates Chilliwack as sole host of 2021 Showcase event

After one year in Chilliwack, the league intends to move the event around starting in 2022-23

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Kimberley Dynamiters sign on three new recruits.

Kimberley Dynamiters sign on three new players

The Kimberley Dynamiters have signed on three new players to the roster…

Kimberley Dynamiters sign on three new recruits.
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BCHL takes another step towards eliminating fighting

The BCHL claims it will have the stiffest anti-fighting measures of any North American league

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Former Dynamiters Noah Danforth (left) and Eric Scherger have been selected to receive $1000 bursaries from the KIJHL to put towards their post secondary education. Photo courtesy KIJHL.

Two former Dynamiters receive KIJHL bursary

Two former Kimberley Dynamiters, Eric Scherger and Noah Danforth, are among 13…

Former Dynamiters Noah Danforth (left) and Eric Scherger have been selected to receive $1000 bursaries from the KIJHL to put towards their post secondary education. Photo courtesy KIJHL.
BCHL

Twenty-two BCHL grads chasing Stanley Cup as NHL playoffs begin

The list includes Alex Newhook, getting his first taste of NHL playoffs with the Colorado Avalanche

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Trickle Creek Golf Resort sets opening date for May 14. Paul Rodgers photos.

Trickle Creek looking good and green for May 14 opening

Trickle Creek Golf Resort has wintered well and will open its gates…

Trickle Creek Golf Resort sets opening date for May 14. Paul Rodgers photos.
The Kimberley Alpine Team has been recognized with a prestigious award for their incredible growth and dedication over the past year. Photo courtesy Kimberley Alpine Team.

Kimberley Alpine Team honoured with Development of the Year Award

The Kimberley Alpine Team (KAT) has received the BC Alpine Club Development…

The Kimberley Alpine Team has been recognized with a prestigious award for their incredible growth and dedication over the past year. Photo courtesy Kimberley Alpine Team.
Special Olympics Cranbrook/Kimberley Alpine Team Athletes Erin Thom, Roxana Golbeck and coach Misty Pagliaro have been chosen to represent Team Canada at the Special Olympics World Winter Games 2022 in Kazan, Russia. Anna Buske photo.

Special Olympics Cranbrook-Kimberley Alpine Team athletes to represent Team Canada in Russia

Special Olympics Cranbrook/Kimberley Alpine Team athletes Erin Thom, Roxana Golbeck and volunteer…

Special Olympics Cranbrook/Kimberley Alpine Team Athletes Erin Thom, Roxana Golbeck and coach Misty Pagliaro have been chosen to represent Team Canada at the Special Olympics World Winter Games 2022 in Kazan, Russia. Anna Buske photo.
BCHL

BCHL pod season will end without playoffs

With COVID restrictions still hampering the league, the Fred Page Cup won’t be awarded in 2021

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The 2021 Kootenay Rockies Gran Fondo race has been postponed for a second year. (Cranbrook Townsman file)

Kootenay Rockies Gran Fondo cancelled for second year in a row

The 2021 event will be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic; refunds to be issued automatically

The 2021 Kootenay Rockies Gran Fondo race has been postponed for a second year. (Cranbrook Townsman file)
Carter Spring

Dynamiter’s Spring ready for next challenge with Ice Wolves

Submitted by EMANUEL SEQUIERA Kimberley Dynamiter Carter Spring is ready to make…

Carter Spring
The Rec 9 and driving range are open at Bootleg Gap in Kimberley. Full course opens April 30.

Two Kimberley golf courses open for season

Purcell and Bootleg Gap are partially open today, Trickle Creek May 7

The Rec 9 and driving range are open at Bootleg Gap in Kimberley. Full course opens April 30.