Wednesday, 20 May 2015 08:00

Brooks hosts seniors’ breakfast May 29

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The City of Brooks would like to appreciate seniors and celebrate Senior’s Week (June 1 – 7) by holding a free cold breakfast for seniors on Friday, May 29.

Westwind homeschooler Justus Hunter found what appears to be a Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth at St. Mary’s reservoir during a class field trip.

A local Vulcan initiative received $334,024 in funding from the Alberta Rural Development Network (ARDN). There are 11 projects in the province that received some funding from the ARDN.

A group that formed in 2011 called the South Country Trappers Association deals with wildlife management in the Pincher Creek area.

Raised primarily in Ottawa, Leigh McAdam has published her first book. Discover Canada: 100 Inspiring Outdoor Adventures showcases photographs and the best that Canada has to offer.

It took students years of work to create a legacy of play at Noble Central School.

Mark Iwaasa does his best to turn Stirling School students on to science and while the Westwind teacher doesn’t lack the passion, he certainly can’t attract their attention with a science lab featuring all the bells and whistles.

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