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Team speed was too much for the visiting Grand Forks Border Bruins to handle.
Changes were made in response to concerns raised during public feedback period.
In the spirit of Family Circus and Bill Keane, we bring you a guest column from John’s cat Maddy
The Rebels staved off aggressive checking in the first period and wore down the Leafs.
There’s been a trend I’ve noticed recently that I’ve found disturbing and disheartening.
A recent public open house was heated as two sides to the issue debated the merits of the plan
I finally took the rather uncomfortable plunge for the first time this past Sunday.
Going behind enemy lines is a daring manoeuvre in most cases.
You want your kick-butt local happenings and sporting events in the paper and on our website.
Your brain thinks you can just hop back on the ice and cut it up like there was no lapse in activity
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The Castlegar Rebels proved they can play it tight and structured or loose and wide-open.
Castlegar Rebels goaltender Tanner Douglas was smiling broadly after stopping all 23 shots.
This one is from the “I Bet You Didn’t Know” file…
The Castlegar News has launched a Facebook group for engaged readers of our paper and website.
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Live: Castlegar Council Meeting, Nov. 6, 2017
I’ve been engaged in a hearty battle with Scumbag Brain over the…
They were done in by “breakdowns” that the Nelson Leafs pounced on to trounce the Rebels 7-3.
Suicidal thoughts and attempts go down by half for straight males in schools with GSAs.