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Bull-a-Rama to feature local riders

From left: Kootenay Chrysler Bull-a-Rama organizer Guy Thompson enlisted the help of Tom Bouma of Fruitvale, and Barry Minor who came all the way from sunny Arizona to help out in this year’s event. The trio set up the pens on Tuesday at the Trail Horseman’s Grounds in preparation for the much-anticipated arrival of 45 brahma bulls that will be the centre of attention at the 13th annual Bull-a-rama on Saturday at the Cominco Arena. - Jim Bailey
  • updated Apr 23, 2014 at 11:07 AM

This year’s Kootenay Chrysler Bull-a-Rama will feature a little local flavour to spice up the festivities.

Swimming: TRAX coach selected for Prospects Camp

  • posted Apr 23, 2014at 12:00 AM

Coaches were selected based on the highest FINA point-scoring swim in each age group and gender.

Beaver Valley Nitehawks claim Western Canadian hockey title

  • posted Apr 22, 2014at 10:00 AM

The Beaver Valley Nitehawks go undefeated at the Keystone Cup.

Remarkable run for Nitehawks

  • posted Apr 21, 2014at 11:00 AM

"The Beaver Valley Nitehawks provincial championship run is more remarkable than you might think."

Beaver Valley karate golden in Team Kata

  • posted Apr 21, 2014at 11:00 AM

Tyson Nelson, Macy Verigin, and Meagan Campsall teamed up to take home gold at the Penticton Friendship Karate Tournament on the weekend.

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