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The Rockies and their supporters breathed a sigh of relief as the Junior B team snagged their first win of the season late last week.
The Rockies’ attempt to make a comeback from their season opener fell short against the Kamloops Storm
Rockies suffered a disappointing 6-0 loss against the Kimberley Dyanmiters at the season opener
The Second Annual Golf Tournament for the Rockies is slated to return on Sunday, Sept. 20th.
After the Columbia Valley Rockies Junior B team suffered a 5-4 loss during the final home exhibition game for the Rockies late last week.
Columbia Valley Rockies Junior B boys hockey team is back on the ice, playing a few exhibition games before the start of the regular season
many organized sports and recreation groups should check out the District of Invermere’s formal recreation web page
Road cyclists frustrated by the small shoulders and fast traffic on the paved roads will relish the open-tarmac opportunities presented
Kootenay residents recently attended a conference on physical literacy and are now more charged up
June was a busy month for our club and from all appearances July will be much the same.
Judo Club season is from September to May, there are still some ongoing activities.
Racers took to the streets of Radium as part of the 2015 Radium Hot Springs Rally
Three firsts, three competitors! One very successful weekend!
The Windermere Valley Ski Club pulled together last minute to host a International Ski Federation race in the final week Panorama was open.
Some of the Invermere Judo Club members have been busy competing on the weekends in March.
'Once in a lifetime' Canada Games come to a close after 17 days of competition
While the team itself didn’t advance into the post-season, many Columbia Valley Rockies players found success with other clubs.
The Rockies demonstrated their ability to overcome one of the league's strongest teams last weekend
Canada Winter Games a 'coming out party' for northern British Columbia
Nelson hosted a indoor soccer tournament over the weekend that had players,from Cranbrook, Castlegar, Fernie, Kimberley and Invermere.