Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Somewhere, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has to be smiling, at least a little bit.

A program which allows southeast Alberta high school students to oversee the allocation of a combined total of more than $10,000 in funding will be released June 7.

When Bow Island Grade 5 student Ayden Rooks heard that the the Astronomy Road show with the AstroDome from Calgary was going to be in Medicine Hat at the Esplanade May 31, but not coming to his school, he was disappointed.

Edge Camps at Millar College of the Bible in Pambrun will definitely be interesting.

Aqua Zumba anyone? Well apparently, it is for a lot of women in Swift Current.

Brooks has been devastated by the oil prices nosedive and subsequent downturn in petroleum exploration in the region.

Did you know macroinvertebrates are the bugs that live at the bottom of the creek in the mud and they are the best indicator to assess creek health?

For those who have even done any post secondary education, they will understand the amount of stress students, not the party lifestyle/atmosphere often stereotyped.

Forget the Bandits hockey team and their national championship run being the feel good story for the small Alberta city of Brooks so far for 2016.

The Alberta economy is currently in a fragile state. With employment sometimes being hard to come by, there are people who are trying to make their own breaks.

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