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Team Lacoka takes on Special Olympic Alberta Winter Games

A group of dedicated athletes competed in the 2019 Special Olympic Alberta Winter Games

  • Feb 27, 2019

Ponoka Kings fall just short of crowning victory in home tournament

Ponoka Catholic school squad now getting ready for charge to provincials

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Fans support Rebels

PHOTOS: Celebrating Ponoka’s novice hockey teams

The teams held a tournament recently and had a fun time as well

Team Alberta adds another 13 medals to their count

This was the most medals earned in a single day at the Games in Red Deer

PHOTO: Ponoka Community Market donates $3,300 to PARCS

Ponoka’s PARCS receives a boost from the Ponoka Community Market

PHOTOS: Ponoka hosts high school curling zones

Rinks from Bashaw and Ponoka took on the region at the zone bonspeil Feb. 22 and 23 in Ponoka

Seven medals earned for Team Alberta on Monday

Local athlete Kalena Soehn won the Trampoline gold medal

NBA reminding teams to keep cool when hot with referees

Playoff-race pressure is real, and the NBA thinks — or hopes — that some tantrums in recent weeks can be attributed to that

Week two of Canada Winter Games kicked off Sunday with new sports and athletes

Chef Pat Lechelt said Team Alberta should finish within the top three provinces

Innovations allow NHL to stage outdoor games almost anywhere

The Dodger Stadium experience showed the NHL’s ice crew it could adapt to just about any situation

Team Alberta ends Games strongly with 44 medals in week one

Alberta is currently sitting in second place of the medal standings

Patriots owner Robert Kraft accused of soliciting prostitute

Kraft’s representatives deny he engaged in any illegal activity.

PHOTOS: Alberta male team takes silver in Winter Games relay speed skating

Alberta was close behind Quebec in the team relay speed skating finals

Sylvan Lake’s Megan Cressey misses Freestyle Skiing Big Air podium

Alberta’s Jake Sandstrom captured silver in the men Freestyle Skiing Big Air contest

Feds set to develop code of conduct for sport in Canada

The code of conduct is aimed at protecting athletes from abuse and harassment at all levels

AC/DC guitarist donates to Canadian’s fundraiser for Alzheimer’s

Angus Young’s late brother and bandmate, Malcolm Young, was diagnosed with dementia