NEPEAN – In sports the difference between winning and losing is often very slight and in the case of the Pembroke Lumber Kings Wednesday night the difference was a short 17 seconds.The Kings had come back, scoring two goals in the final five minutes of the game to force overtime, only to have Liam Staff of the Nepean Raiders bring the game to a sud
Ice-fishing enthusiasts are busy gathering their tip-ups and ice-augers for perhaps the most exciting weekend of the season.This weekend, Feb. 17-19, residents of Ontario will be out (on the ice) in full force, enjoying the merits of Family Fishing Weekend - a province-wide initiative celebrating the sport of winter angling, and without the otherwi
Fellowes, Bishop Smith and Opeongo will be battling for the Renfrew County boys basketball titles.
Local high schools took the sheets last Wednesday to compete for the Renfrew County curling championship title.
It was a real barnburner at the Pembroke Memorial Centre Sunday night, slow to cook but set to explode late in the game.
COBDEN - The Whitewater Kings keep on rolling as the Junior B team works on wrapping up its first regular season.
BROCKVILLE – The Pembroke Lumber Kings lost a game and failed to gain two important points Friday night.
Bishop Smith and Fellowes defeated their adversaries in the quarter finals to secure top spots in high school boys basketball playoffs.
After suffering a disappointing shutout loss, the Whitewater Kings bounced back Sunday to edge out the Winchester Hawks 5-4.
High school basketball heated up courts across the county on Feb. 6.
Retired NHL-er Jim Kyte will be leading Team Kyte, including Thomas and Sean Kyte of Pembroke, at the 2018 Canada Deaf Games hockey tournament this February.
Jacob Kamps was the overtime winner Sunday as the Lumber Kings capped SnoSpree weekend bagging two critical points in their chase for a coveted playoff berth.
Exceptionally gifted athletes gathered Saturday at the Fellowes Alumni Field to compete in the Pembroke Snowshoeing Meet for Special Olympics.
CARLETON PLACE – It was a bad open to Downtown HockeySpree weekend for the Pembroke Lumber Kings as they were shutout by the Carleton Place Canadians 4-0 Friday night.
When you ask a Montreal Canadiens fan how long they've been cheering for the bleu, blanc et rouge, the answer is usually the same – forever.
After a long hiatus, Pembroke is having an ice fishing derby again.
The Muskrat Voyageurs Novice C earned silver glory at this year’s International Silver Stick tournament in Pelham, Ontario.
For the first time ever, a provincial men’s high school basketball tournament will be taking place in Pembroke.
The Lumber Kings continued their winning ways on Sunday night as they beat the Nepean Raiders 4-1.