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Ski club Christmas hours

The North Bay Nordic Ski Club will be closing at 4 p.m. on Dec. 24 and will be closed on Christmas Day. The clubhouse will be open regular hours on Boxing Day. Regular hours of operation are Sunday and Monday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Grey Cup Frenzy <b>Adds photo of billboard</b>

Grey Cup Frenzy Adds photo of billboard

This billboard went up Wednesday on Fisher Street near Princess. Photo by Phil Novak. North Bay honoured one of its finest athletes Monday afternoon at City Hall. Toronto Argonaut Linebacker Mike O'Shea stood proudly in front of his fans.

O'Shea sign unveiling cancelled

A ceremony to unveil a sign paying tribute to Grey Cup Champion and North Bay native, Mike O'Shea has been postponed due to the frigid temperatures. The unveiling the billboard was to take place at the corner of Fisher and Princess at 2 p.m. Monday.

Nighbor Claims Nordic Bronze

Mont-Saint-Anne, Que. - North Bay's Dave Nighbor, who has won numerous nationalmedals as a junior in nordic skiing, climbed onto the metal podium in his first year of senior competition.

Trappers tied one on with Kirkland Lake

The Trappers celebrate a second period goal by Joel Fortin. The call up from Noelville scored 3 goals for the Trappers. Photo by Chris Dawson.

Skyhawks get Wild Revenge

The Skyhawks bounced back after their 7-3 loss Friday night with an impressive 6-1 victory over the Manitoulin Wild Saturday night in Little Current. Head Coach Randy Edmonds was satisfied with the weekend split with the Wild.

Big road win for Trappers in the Valley

Marc Senecal had three goals and goaltender Andre Laperriere made 33 stops, many of the spectactular fashion, as the North Bay Trappers slipped by the Valley East Consbec Cobras 5-3 Friday night in Great North Midget League action.

Manitoulin goes Wild on Skyhawks

The Manitoulin Wild scored 3 goals in the first six and a half minutes of the first period en route to a convincing 7-3 victory over the North Bay Skyhawks on Manitoulin Island Friday night.

No guarantees, but NLPH likes North Bay

Unlike other fledging hockey leagues, Cary Kaplan is not making any promises to North Bay hockey fans. He’s heard all the stories about other leagues like the WHA2 and the Federal Hockey League attempting to set up franchises in North Bay.

NDA Hockey

Wednesday action: West Ferris 4 Chippewa 1