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City revises logo clothing policy adding COB onto apparel
Get ready to spot a lot of COB on Brooks streets.
With the hopes of retaining more summer and seasonal employees, the City of Brooks is cutting them in on their clothing policy.
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Coats for Kids warms up
The Brooks Kinettes have begun collecting coats this fall for children and families in need.
Once again the service club has partnered with Brooks and County Immigration Services who will be continuing to collect coats, mittens, gloves and hats at their office at 500 Cassils Rd.
Kinette Lynda Langille said while the endeavour doesn’t track amount of donations in and out, the racks will be getting full soon.
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Elk hunt no cure for problem
A Jenner rancher fears the ballooning CFB Suffield elk situation will lead to more destruction as well as disease and death if the situation continues to be ignored and the herd isn’t thinned out faster.
Jeff Lewandoski said the provincial and federal governments are “turning a blind eye” to the situation which is not improving.
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Landfill soil removal must stop unless testing ensures it’s clean
Removing soil from an inactive landfill site just southeast of Brooks must stop until there are assurances that it is not contaminated.
The site is an old City of Brooks landfill.
Since 1976 a trucking firm has been removing dirt from the ‘Timko Fill Dirt Pit’ for use in construction projects.
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Medieval Faire can stay at Ye Olde Rodeo Grounds for 2015
The Brooks Medieval Faire can remain at the Ye Olde Rodeo Grounds for another year.
Brooks mayor Martin Shields said all the committee has to do is ask.
“Council has agreed, if they need to stay another year they can stay there,” he said.
“If they’re still working on the future of being in another location and they need more time to get that done, then yes, we’ll extend it another year,” he said.
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