The 52nd annual Rotary Dinner Dance took place on Feb. 9, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Cultural Hall in Raymond.
QuitCore, a free Alberta Health Services (AHS) tobacco-cessation program that provides tools and support to help individuals build a tobacco-free lifestyle, returns to Brooks in March.
The Peaks To Prairies EV Charging Network project was formally announced in Lethbridge. Feb. 4 and there are a lot of people excited.
On February 11 at 4:13 a.m., Coronation RCMP, Coronation EMS and the Coronation and Castor Fire Departments responded to a complaint involving a two vehicle collision at the intersection of Highway 12 and Range Road 110 near the town of Coronation.
The Brooks Bandits (49-3) became the first team in Alberta Junior Hockey League history to win 25 consecutive games, beating the visiting Fort McMurray Oil Barons at the Centennial Regional Arena on Saturday night.
In a Saturday afternoon press release, the Alberta NDP announced Peter Mueller is the Alberta NDP’s candidate in Cypress-Medicine Hat for the 2019 provincial election.
The Brooks Bandits (48-3) became just the second team in Alberta Junior Hockey League history to win 24 straight games, shutting out the visiting Lloydminster Bobcats 8-0 on Friday night at the Centennial Regional Arena.
Avalanche Canada is issuing a Special Public Avalanche Warning for recreational backcountry users, in effect immediately until the end of day Sunday, February 10. The warning applies to the following regions: North Rockies, Cariboos, North & South Columbia, Glacier National Park, Purcell…
Due to an issue with the water system in the Town of Oyen, Alberta Health Services (AHS), has issued a Boil Water Advisory for the town, as a precautionary measure.
Joe Hordos' life has changed greatly over the past 16 months. Hordos had been working steady for Volker Stevin and was a long-term active member of his local volunteer fire department.
The Brooks and District Health Foundation has committed to investing $750,000 with Alberta Health Services (AHS) to support what has been identified as the city’s greatest healthcare need.
A lack of new investment in the area, coupled with a duplication of services, are some of the reasons elected officials in the County of Newell communities and the City of Brooks are asking for public input into the possibility of amalgamating the communities into a single regional municipality.
Families looking for an activity to keep busy on Family Day can head to the Rec-Tangle in Redcliff for a few hours of skating and socializing, thanks to the Lions Club is hosting the event.
In an effort to provide transportation to residents seeking medical and other services in Medicine Hat, the municipalities in the Brooks Region have collaborated on a regional transportation pilot project.
On Jan. 17, at approximately 1:25 a.m., Hanna RCMP was advised of a truck that refused to stop for Brooks RCMP members and was last seen coming into Hanna Detachment's area near Pollockville, Atla.
Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in the community this month.
On Jan. 16, 2019, April Dawn Irving was arrested by Stonewall, Man., RCMP on her outstanding warrants for animal cruelty out of Milk River.
The Brooks Bandits (41-3) secured their second-longest winning streak in franchise history following a 5-1 triumph in Camrose on Saturday night.
Crowsnest RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating 58-year-old Stuart David Duff. Stuart was last seen on Jan. 6, 2019 in Crowsnest Pass and it is believed he maybe in the Lower Mainland area of British Columbia.
National Non-Smoking Week runs Jan. 20 to 26, and Alberta Health Services (AHS) is partnering with communities to raise awareness of tobacco cessation services.
Alberta Health Services (AHS) is recruiting new volunteer members to Health Advisory Councils across Alberta, and to the Cancer Provincial Advisory Council and the Addiction and Mental Health Provincial Advisory Council.
Producers looking to learn more about the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) and its grant funding will have the opportunity on Feb. 12 when a workshop targeted at CAP programs and programs under the Climate Leadership Plan will be held in Brooks.
On January 14 at around 5:30 a.m. the Coaldale RCMP received a complaint of a man passed out in the drivers seat of a white Dodge Ram 1500. This truck was parked in a farmers yard located along Highway 512 within Lethbridge County, AB. The Coaldale RCMP have received numerous complaints of …
It was a full agenda at the Prairie Rose School Division trustee meeting on Jan. 8, with reports and presentations being shared with the board over the course of the meeting. Below are highlights from the meeting:
With the addition of a twin-engine medical rescue helicopter, Alberta Health Services has finally made somewhat of a commitment to the HALO organization. In an announcement last week, HALO said AHS has awarded them a $1-million one-time grant to assist with the budget for the new BK-117 (HAL…
Residents are invited to share their thoughts onsouthwest Alberta healthcare delivery and services at a meeting of the Oldman River Health Advisory Council.
Redcliff RCMP are investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision which occurred at around 2:15 p.m. on Monday, January 7. A northbound semi-truck and a south bound sedan collided just north of Township Road 132 on Highway 41 North. Traffic was diverted for several hours following the collision.
On January 4, at approximately 1 a.m. Coaldale RCMP members responded to a 911 complaint of a female in distress at a three storey apartment on 19th street and 23rd avenue in Coaldale.
Wind warning in southwest Alberta: A wind and heavy snow warning is in place for southwest Alberta which is experiencing gusts of up to 160 kilometres per hour. In addition, 10 to 20 centimetres of snow is expected in the mountain parks.
On December 20, Raymond High School had their 2017-2018 school awards ceremony where four Grade 12 students were presented with Rotary Club Humanitarian Awards, awards that are presented to those who make contributions to the community or humanitarian efforts in the form of service.
Open and area residents who are looking to burn off some steam and perhaps, a bit of Christmas dinner, will be able to do just that at the first annual beach volleyball tournament, being held at the Crossroads Centre on Dec. 28 and Dec. 29.
Municipalities in the region are evaluating how to work more efficiently together including the opportunities and challenges of regionalization under a single governance structure. This consists of assessing efficiencies, reductions in service duplication and ensuring each community remains …
The holidays are here and, for many of us, this is a special time to relax and celebrate with loved ones. The Alberta RCMP encourages Albertans to enjoy the season to the fullest while keeping in mind additional safety risks associated with the holidays, particularly when it comes to impaire…
On Dec. 17 at approximately 12 p.m. the Cardston RCMP responded to a robbery in Cardston, Alberta where an elderly female was threatened with a weapon, assaulted and robbed of her vehicle and wallet at her residence.