Smokies Sign 19-year-old Sniper from New Hampshire
The Trail Smoke Eaters have added a 19-year-old forward from New Hampshire for next season.
Jack DesRuisseaux split last season with the Tabor Academy in the USHS-Prep league and the Boston Jr. Bruins U-18 AAA program.
The right-shot front liner who totaled 32 goals and 38 assists for 70 points in 50 games, has already made an NCAA Division 1 commitment to Sacred Heart University.
Earlier this month the Smoke Eaters announced the addition of Toronto native Corson Macguire.
The 18-year-old right shot forward tallied 32 goals and 21 assists in 73 games last season with U-18 Bishop Kearney Selects.
Macguire was a standout at the Circle K Classic Tournament in Calgary, the Christmas time event formerly known as the Mac's Midget Tournament.
He had five goals and five assists in six games to lead his team to first place in their group.
Head Coach and GM Tim Fragle told Bounce News before last weekend’s spring camp that the team expected to announce a few signings after watching about 100 players at the annual evaluation camp.
The Castlegar man encroached onto the highway near the summit of the Kootenay Pass, resulting in an on-coming vehicle striking him.
The second degree murder trial for the 64-year-old Creston man accused of killing Julia Howe is set to begin July 2. Mitchell McIntyre was charged with second degree murder after a six week investigation into the discovery of the 56 year old woman in her home.
Summer's 100% reliability streak came to a close with five cancellations due to smoke and 84% overall reliability.
The permit is for land remediation of a 15-acre stretch between Donaldson Drive, Columbia Drive, Central and Coalshute to open the door for future residential development. It permits on-site rock crushing so that material doesn't need to be hauled elsewhere.
It would be very premature to describe the proposal as in its final stages. That's what the provincial Mine Development Review Committee is saying about the proposed open-pit magnesium mine near Rossland.
The 1st Rossland Scouts date back to 1921 according to the group’s records and the 2nd Rossland Scouts was founded on November 4th 1952 by the St. George’s Anglican Church. More groups started afterwards but all eventually folded into 2nd Rossland.
City Council is expected to provide staff direction on tax-rate limits and water usage for properties being brought in from rural to municipal.