Rose Sanchez

Rose Sanchez

Assistant Managing Editor

Anyone who wants to learn more about the Alberta Ombudsman and how his office can help people with complaints about fair dealings with government departments can find out more during a tour of Southern Alberta.

Southern Albertans can gain a better understanding of the effects of alcohol or distractions behind the wheel with a new tool that is the first of its kind in the province.

The Alberta government is moving to make a number of changes to the province’s high-school education system in the coming years.

Wednesday, 15 May 2013 11:55

Alberta PAT testing will be changed

The Alberta government will work to replace Provincial Achievement Tests with new Student Learning Assessments starting in September 2014.

City of Brooks residents may have noticed a lot of changes at their public library the past year.

One hundred and fifteen high school students spent the day Tuesday at Medicine Hat College taking part in the annual Southeast Alberta Regional SKILLS Canada competition.

The Brooks and District Chamber of Commerce is holding its 31st Annual Trade Show this weekend and it will be a full house with more than 150 vendors displaying and selling their wares.

For almost a decade volunteers have been diligently working on restoring the Empress train station with a goal of completion by the village’s centennial celebrations in 2014.

In 2010, the cenotaph in Veterans Centennial Park in Brooks received a much-needed makeover. Now, the whole park will be made over this year.

The folk and indie/pop music group Lauren Mann and the Fairly Odd Folk kicked off their tour for the new album Over Land and Sea at a concert in Brooks April 4.

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