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  On Saturday, June 11th, 2011, at approximately 1:30 a.m., members of the Redcliff RCMP detachment received a complaint from a female victim who advised that while at a house party in Redcliff, she was assaulted by two other female youths.

By Ryan Dahlman
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Hopes to help children who have been stricken with a life-threatening illness is on track.


(CNW) In response to Friday's request from Labour Minister Lisa Raitt, the Canadian Union of Postal Workers agreed to suspend strike activity. The union's only condition was that the terms of its collective agreement would be reinstated.  

Grassy Lake

The sixth annual Nutrition Innovation Awards recognized administrators of Chamberlain School in Grassy Lake for their commitment to improving the health of their school through helping educate students to make healthier eating choices. It was chosen as one of the five winners from over 30 schools that applied.

Courtesy City of Brooks
In response to a potential strike by the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, the City of Brooks would like to inform residents and rate payers of alternatives available for receiving bills and submitting payments. 

By Susan Quinlan
Grades 5 and 6 students from Hays School recently won the School at the Legislature Competition (SATL) and will soon take their Social Studies classroom to the provincial capital, to learn about government firsthand.
Sponsored by ACCESS Television and the Alberta government, Hays’ students made the trip May 23-28.

Thursday, 02 June 2011 11:51

New mural for skateboard park in Brooks

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The City of Brooks announced a new project which will help enhance the appearance of the skateboard park, engage local youths, and discourage graffiti.

Thursday, 02 June 2011 11:50

Man arrested on outstanding warrant


The Brooks RCMP have located and arrested David Mayol Pach on his outstanding warrant for trafficking cocaine.  

Courtesy CCNA

The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) has made a final offer to Canada Post in the hopes of negotiating a settlement.

Sixteen years ago, the Community Foundation of Medicine Hat and Southeastern Alberta proudly made its inaugural grant, one of assistance to the City of Medicine Hat after 1995’s devastating flooding. 

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