It was the return to the regular season for the Hay River slo-pitch league after the massive Coors tournament on the August long weekend. By the time last Friday’s game reached the bottom of the sixth, the score was 8-4 for the Junior Bullets against the Brewsers. “You’ve gotta stay together,” yelled one very involved [...]
One year away from the top was enough. Carter’s Crushers, whose decade-long reign atop the Hay River Mixed Slo-pitch League came to an end last year, were back in the final Saturday with their sights set on another title. Standing in their way were the Ashton White Shirts, who reeled off three straight wins to [...]
The Fort Smith Northstars proved they were the cream of the crop during last weekend’s Coors Slo-pitch Tournament, going undefeated through the round robin and playoffs to capture the title on Monday afternoon. “It was a really good tournament,” the Northstar’s Matt Bourke said moments after his team defeated the South Slave Selects 12-2 in [...]
Hay River’s Carter’s Crushers rallied late, but were unable to overcome an early deficit in the B Division final at the Summerslam Slo Pitch Tournament in Grande Prairie, Alberta over the weekend. The Crushers headed into the final hot on the heels of a 32-14 win over Grande Prairie’s Humm Dingers in the semi-final. The [...]
With 40 years of skating coming to an end, the Hay River FIgure Skating Club put on a show to perform everything they have learned this year. The skating carnival showcased skaters of all ages and skill-levels and even saw Ehren Jaleel, a two-time Alberta Senior Men’s Champion, take the ice.
A Hay River family who have run a fishing lodge on Nonacho Lake for nearly half a century questioned the plan to expand the Taltson hydroelectric dam during a round of public hearings on the project last week in Dettah.
Jean Carter pleaded with members of the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board during the first of two days of hearings into the Deze Energy Corporation’s plan…