Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Coyote control underway across the county

SANDRA M STANWAY Brooks Bulletin There were 262 coyotes harvested in the county in December bringing the 2018 total to 1,742. The annual program, which runs between...

Grasslands, college hope to offer dual credit program

BRUCE PARKER Brooks Bulletin Grasslands Public Schools and the Brooks Campus of the Medicine Hat College hope to offer an on-line dual credit health care aide...

Second mental health conference with or without AHS

SANDRA M STANWAY Brooks Bulletin City mayor Barry Morishita wants to see a second rural mental health conference in Brooks with or without representation from Alberta...

Stormwater drainage continues to stall Headgates project

SANDRA M STANWAY Brooks Bulletin The North Headgates Area Restructure Plan is still on hold as talks between the county and the Eastern Irrigation District (EID)...

Bandits remain perfect in AJHL home play

BRUCE PARKER Brooks Bulletin There appears to be no stopping the Brooks Bandits. Goaltender Pierce Charleson picked up his league leading fourth shutout of the season Saturday...

Lady Buffalos place third at home basketball tournament

BRUCE PARKER Brooks Bulletin Brooks Composite High senior girls basketball team came away with a third place finish this past weekend at their home tournament. The Lady...

Lady Roadrunners win third straight tournament

SUBMITTED Brooks Junior High Lady Roadrunners travelled to Rundle College in Calgary for their annual Cobra Cup Basketball tournament this past weekend. Action started on Friday...

Buffalos place second at weekend tournament

BRUCE PARKER Brooks Bulletin Brooks Composite High Buffalos senior boys basketball team came away with a second place finish this past weekend at the Lester B....

Matt Johnson, magician and entertainer, appearing in Brooks this Thursday

SUBMITTED Brooks Bulletin The Newell Concert Association is happy to announce that their fifth show of the season is this Thursday, January 17 and features Matt...

Things from outer space and earth

Scientists have said that about a billion meteorites strike the earth every day. Most of them are very small and burn up when they...

Follow Our Instagram