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Fernie local, Zeth Ellis, took first place overall in the TransWorld MX El Dorado race in Southern California.
The Fernie Slow Pitch tourney took place over the weekend that saw nine teams compete for the title and prize money.
Reports say that NHL team has fired their head coach
The KIJHL community is mourning the death of 24-year-old former Fernie Ghostrider and Columbia Valley Rockies hockey player Brendan Burge.
BC Games Society announces new money Fund for athletes and coaches
The FMHA hosted the 2017 PeeWee Tier 4 B.C. Hockey Championships, but were knocked out of the tournament on day four of five.
For over a year the Elk Valley Gymnastics Club (EVGC) has been holding classes in what was once the Max Turyk Elementary School library.
Racing four at a time, 32 men and 12 women qualified for the Monster Energy Boarderstyle finals.
The Fernie Nordic Ski Team came second in the Kootenay Cup Race Series, hosted in Nelson on March 4.
The Fernie Secondary School (FSS) Ski and Snowboard Team did extremely well at the 2017 BC Alpine High School Championships.
Fifty-seven skaters performed at the Sparwood Skating Club’s end-of-season show called ‘Strong and Free.’
Fernie resident Heidi Farmer won the snowboarding competition at the 2017 Junior Freeride World Championships in Andorra last month.
The four days of March Madness high school edition ended Saturday night.
Two Vancouver Canucks Alumni share stories about their careers, the sport of hockey, and how it has changed over the years.
The Ghostriders lost the Division Semi-Final to the Kimberley Dynamiters, but didn’t go down without a fight.
On Feb. 25, about 87 athletes competed in the annual Fernie Judo Club Invitational Judo Tournament at Fernie Secondary School.
Sparwood Spartans’ shooting guard Mackenzie Adams will be competing in the Single A Provincial Championships.
The Sparwood Spartans Senior Boys basketball team are Kootenay champions after defeating the Fernie Falcons, last Saturday.
Snowmobile racers from around B.C. and Alberta gathered in Fernie on February 18 to race their customized snowmobiles head-to-head.
Fernie skier, Caoimhe Heavey, walked away with two provincial golds at the slopestyle competition in Lake Louise.