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Hunts Post
RUGBY: Fernie at the double in St Neots success Phill Fernie (holding the ball) scored two St Neots tries. Picture: CAROL BER
Hunts Post / Posted 3 hours ago
Phill Fernie (holding the ball) scored two St Neots tries. Picture: CAROL BERWICK St Neots racked up a half-century of points for the second time this season when extending their perfect Midlands... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Lorna Crozier talks poetry, life and lovein the next, they can have a crowd nearly falling off their seats in laughter.
Fernie Free Press / Posted 16 hours ago
in the next, they can have a crowd nearly falling off their seats in laughter. Crozier sat down with Angie Abdou at the Fernie Heritage Library on Friday night to talk about her latest poetry book, What the Soul Doesn’t Want, which was recently... Read more
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BC Local News
Former city councillor Gus Boersma remembered as a true “gentleman”of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has
BC Local News / Posted 17 hours ago
of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has lived in. He also served on the City of Fernie council as both mayor and councillor between 1974 and 1983. He battled cancer for the past six years, going into... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Former city councillor Gus Boersma remembered as a true “gentleman”of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has
Penticton Western News / Posted 17 hours ago
of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has lived in. He also served on the City of Fernie council as both mayor and councillor between 1974 and 1983. He battled cancer for the past six years, going into... Read more
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Keremeos Review
Former city councillor Gus Boersma remembered as a true “gentleman”of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has
Keremeos Review / Posted 17 hours ago
of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has lived in. He also served on the City of Fernie council as both mayor and councillor between 1974 and 1983. He battled cancer for the past six years, going into... Read more
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Summerland Review
Former city councillor Gus Boersma remembered as a true “gentleman”of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has
Summerland Review / Posted 17 hours ago
of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has lived in. He also served on the City of Fernie council as both mayor and councillor between 1974 and 1983. He battled cancer for the past six years, going into... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Former city councillor Gus Boersma remembered as a true “gentleman”of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has
Fernie Free Press / Posted 17 hours ago
of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has lived in. He also served on the City of Fernie council as both mayor and councillor between 1974 and 1983. He battled cancer for the past six years, going into... Read more
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Similkameen Spotlight
Former city councillor Gus Boersma remembered as a true “gentleman”of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has
Similkameen Spotlight / Posted 17 hours ago
of being an active participant in charitable work in all the communities he has lived in. He also served on the City of Fernie council as both mayor and councillor between 1974 and 1983. He battled cancer for the past six years, going into... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Alexander and United finish second at Alice Invitationalteam came in fifth with 45 points and United’s girls’ team also logged a fifth-
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
team came in fifth with 45 points and United’s girls’ team also logged a fifth-place finish with 46.5 points. Alexander’s Fernie Pineda was the only local with an individual title on Saturday. He touched first in the 50-yard freestyle with a time... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Harrison to recieve provincial tourism fundsis investing $10.5 million for infrastructure projects and programs related to
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 3 days ago
is investing $10.5 million for infrastructure projects and programs related to tourism in communities across B.C. including Fernie, Golden, Invermere and more. “We’re committed to creating jobs and building a strong economy that works for everyone.... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Farmer the Band coming to The Arts Station Fridaythe electric guitar and the drums to round out the sound. On Friday, when the
Fernie Free Press / Posted 3 days ago
the electric guitar and the drums to round out the sound. On Friday, when the pair come to play at The Arts Station in Fernie, there will be plenty of stories to tell not only in their songs, but in between performances. “We’ve crossed Canada... Read more
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Smithers Interior News
Smithers named a top mountain towncoming from organizations like Destination BC really is a credit to the effort
Smithers Interior News / Posted 3 days ago
coming from organizations like Destination BC really is a credit to the effort that people put into our community,” Bachrach exclaimed. The four other towns named in the province’s best mountain town were Fernie, Nelson, Whistler and... Read more
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BC Local News
Beaver Valley Nitehawks face Rockets and Rockies on roadfor a surging Nitehawks team. The Bruins are also headed to the East Kootenay w
BC Local News / Posted 4 days ago
for a surging Nitehawks team. The Bruins are also headed to the East Kootenay with games against the Dynamiters and the Fernie Ghostriders, while Nelson plays the Rebels in Castlegar and the Braves in Spokane. The Hawks also will have... Read more
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Creston Valley Advance
Save the secondary suites, say residentsFernie council was packed on Tuesday night for a public hearing on the city’s p
Creston Valley Advance / Posted 4 days ago
Fernie council was packed on Tuesday night for a public hearing on the city’s proposed short term rental bylaw. Residents, short term rental owners and local business people came out in scores to voice their support and concern for the... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Save the secondary suites, say residentsFernie council was packed on Tuesday night for a public hearing on the city’s p
Fernie Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
Fernie council was packed on Tuesday night for a public hearing on the city’s proposed short term rental bylaw. Residents, short term rental owners and local business people came out in scores to voice their support and concern for the... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Building Department BackloggedFernie’s building department is buried with applications. “They haven’t seen a
Fernie Free Press / Posted 5 days ago
Fernie’s building department is buried with applications. “They haven’t seen a boom like this one on single family dwellings,” said Fernie Mayor Mary Giuliano, explaining that there hasn’t been this much rapid growth of single family residential... Read more
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Nelson Star
LVR senior girls win first volleyball tourney of seasonwin of the season. The Bombers won six of seven games at Mount Sentinel, losin
Nelson Star / Posted 5 days ago
win of the season. The Bombers won six of seven games at Mount Sentinel, losing just once in preliminary play to Fernie, during a tournament the weekend of Sept. 30 to Oct. 1. LVR defeated Elkford twice, David Thompson of Invermere, and... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Ellis runs to first place in Penticton trail eventnow averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to
Revelstoke Review / Posted 6 days ago
now averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to all of his past races, events in Gibsons and Fernie stand out. Up next for Ellis will be an 80-km race in San Francisco, Calif. this November. Ellis said the event will... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Ellis runs to first place in Penticton trail eventnow averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 6 days ago
now averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to all of his past races, events in Gibsons and Fernie stand out. Up next for Ellis will be an 80-km race in San Francisco, Calif. this November. Ellis said the event will... Read more
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Sicamous Eagle Valley News
Ellis runs to first place in Penticton trail eventnow averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to
Sicamous Eagle Valley News / Posted 6 days ago
now averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to all of his past races, events in Gibsons and Fernie stand out. Up next for Ellis will be an 80-km race in San Francisco, Calif. this November. Ellis said the event will... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Ellis runs to first place in Penticton trail eventnow averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to
Penticton Western News / Posted 6 days ago
now averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to all of his past races, events in Gibsons and Fernie stand out. Up next for Ellis will be an 80-km race in San Francisco, Calif. this November. Ellis said the event will... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Ellis runs to first place in Penticton trail eventnow averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 6 days ago
now averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to all of his past races, events in Gibsons and Fernie stand out. Up next for Ellis will be an 80-km race in San Francisco, Calif. this November. Ellis said the event will... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Ellis runs to first place in Penticton trail eventnow averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 6 days ago
now averages four or five races per year. Though there have been highlights to all of his past races, events in Gibsons and Fernie stand out. Up next for Ellis will be an 80-km race in San Francisco, Calif. this November. Ellis said the event will... Read more
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Castlegar News
Castlegar Rebels find their stride against FernieRebels put an end to their losing streak over the weekend, beating the Creston
Castlegar News / Posted 7 days ago
Rebels put an end to their losing streak over the weekend, beating the Creston Valley Thunder Cats on Friday and the Fernie Ghostriders on Saturday. At Saturday’s home game, the Rebels barely let the Ghostriders get a puck in edgewise. The... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
UISD schools dominate as swim season startsMuñiz (500 freestyle and 200 IM), Rodrigo Pandel-Ledezma (100 freestyle), Danie
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 8 days ago
Muñiz (500 freestyle and 200 IM), Rodrigo Pandel-Ledezma (100 freestyle), Danielle Perales (100 butterfly and 200 IM) and Fernie Piñeda also touched first. Follow @LMTNews on Twitter for the latest news on high school athletics and other local... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
The Columbia Basin Symposium will be streamed live this yearAmong other opportunities, enjoy rock climbing for kids, a full Basin showcase
Revelstoke Review / Posted 9 days ago
Among other opportunities, enjoy rock climbing for kids, a full Basin showcase farmers’ market and the popular Fernie-based band Shred Kelly. Columbia Basin Trust supports the ideas and efforts of the people in the Columbia Basin. To... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
World-renowned cyclists spend the weekend biking with localsSandra Walter and Catharine Pendrel, world-renowned Canadian cross-country moun
Fernie Free Press / Posted 10 days ago
Sandra Walter and Catharine Pendrel, world-renowned Canadian cross-country mountain bikers, stopped in Fernie on September 29 for a weekend of good company and great mountain biking. Catharine Pendrel has been a member of the Canadian National team... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Calgary man arrested with stolen vehicle in Ferniethe early morning hours of October 5, Elk Valley RCMP arrested a Calgary man wh
Fernie Free Press / Posted 10 days ago
the early morning hours of October 5, Elk Valley RCMP arrested a Calgary man who was driving a stolen pickup truck in Fernie. Officers pulled over the driver, that they say was acting suspicious in a residential area of the city. The vehicle... Read more
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Creston Valley Advance
Thunder Cats pick up one point in two gamesMountain Division standings. Kimberley Dynamiters remain in first at 6-1 for 12
Creston Valley Advance / Posted 10 days ago
Mountain Division standings. Kimberley Dynamiters remain in first at 6-1 for 12 points, but Creston is now tied with the Fernie Ghostriders for second place, each team having 7 points. Columbia Valley Rockies are staying close, with 6 points... Read more
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CTV News
Hunter fights back after grizzly attacks in B.C. wildernessweekend was forced to fight for his life after a mother grizzly bear attacked.
CTV News / Posted 11 days ago
weekend was forced to fight for his life after a mother grizzly bear attacked. Jake Blackmore says he was in an area near Fernie on Saturday with his sons when, out of nowhere, the bear charged. “She football-tackled into the side of me and... Read more
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BC Local News
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
BC Local News / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Grand Forks Gazette
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Grand Forks Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Golden Star
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Golden Star / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Nelson Star
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Nelson Star / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Creston Valley Advance
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Creston Valley Advance / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Omineca Express
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Omineca Express / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Rossland News
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Rossland News / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Castlegar News
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Castlegar News / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Castlegar News
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killFERNIE — Teck Coal Ltd. is being fined $1.425 million after pleading guilty to
Castlegar News / Posted 11 days ago
FERNIE — Teck Coal Ltd. is being fined $1.425 million after pleading guilty to releasing toxic amounts of nitrate and hydrogen sulphite into the Elk River in October 2014. This is the second-largest fine ever to be laid in B.C. related to Fisheries... Read more
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Arrow Lakes News
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Arrow Lakes News / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Caledonia Courier
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Caledonia Courier / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Teck Coal pleads guilty to 2014 fish killcharge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relat
Fernie Free Press / Posted 11 days ago
charge, this recent fine to Teck Coal Ltd. is the largest ever in B.C. in relation to Fisheries Act pollution. In the Fernie Courthouse on Thursday, representatives from the company awaited Judge L. Doerkson’s decision to fine the company, and... Read more
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Castlegar News
Castlegar Rebels on losing streakAfter facing the Kimberley Dynamiters on Friday and the Fernie Ghostriders on S
Castlegar News / Posted 11 days ago
After facing the Kimberley Dynamiters on Friday and the Fernie Ghostriders on Saturday, the Castlegar Rebels are now on a three-game losing streak, but the team’s coach and general manager is optimistic. The Rebels played both teams for the first... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Burst water main requires repairWith files from the City of Fernie The City of Fernie is currently dealing wit
Fernie Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
With files from the City of Fernie The City of Fernie is currently dealing with a burst water trunk main below Burma Road, that requires an emergency repair. This repair requires City crews to shut down a trunk main that will impact water pressures... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Cranbrook man fights off grizzly attackJake Blackmore of Cranbrook was released from Elk Valley Hospital in Fernie on
Fernie Free Press / Posted 14 days ago
Jake Blackmore of Cranbrook was released from Elk Valley Hospital in Fernie on Monday, October 2 after being attacked by a grizzly bear while hunting elk on September 30. “I’m the luckiest most blessed hunter and dad in the world and can’t wait to... Read more
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BC Local News
Kimberley Dynamiters continue success with seven wins in Septemberand then follow that up with a 5-4 OT win over Spokane Braves. The Cats would t
BC Local News / Posted 14 days ago
and then follow that up with a 5-4 OT win over Spokane Braves. The Cats would then go on and loose 3-2 to the Nelson Leafs. Fernie Ghostriders won both their weekend games, 6-4 over Beaver Valley Nitehawks, and 4-3 over Castlegar Rebels. The Rockets... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ski fashion: this season's best outfitsWeakley Best for understated style Scott Ultimate Dryo 10 Jacket, £260 // Sco
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Weakley Best for understated style Scott Ultimate Dryo 10 Jacket, £260 // Scott Ultimate Dryo 20 Pants, £155 // Arc’teryx Fernie Beanie, £20 // Adidas Backland Goggles, £80 // Helly Hansen Covert Gloves, £100 // Thirty Two Zephyr Snowboard Boots,... Read more
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Creston Valley Advance
Access Management program renewedon sensitive lands. RDEK CAO Shawn Tomlin says the partnership between the Dis
Creston Valley Advance / Posted 14 days ago
on sensitive lands. RDEK CAO Shawn Tomlin says the partnership between the Districts of Sparwood and Elkford, City of Fernie, RDEK and the Columbia Basin Trust is one of a kind, and enhances the service being offered by the local conservation... Read more
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Creston Valley Advance
Harvey Hut burnt down for the third timelast year, has been burned down again. “It was nearly ready for the upcoming w
Creston Valley Advance / Posted 14 days ago
last year, has been burned down again. “It was nearly ready for the upcoming winter season,” said Ryland Nelson, with the Fernie Trails and Ski Touring Club. “This was the fourth hut at that site.” Over the past 30 years, the Harvey Hut, on the... Read more
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BC Local News
Ghostriders victorious in season openerIn their first home game of the season, the Fernie Ghostriders were looking to
BC Local News / Posted 15 days ago
In their first home game of the season, the Fernie Ghostriders were looking to impress, and did not disappoint. Six-hundred-and-eighty fans enjoyed a high-intensity game in which the Ghostriders rose victorious over the Golden Rockets, 4-3. Six... Read more
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