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Police urge drivers to use Gun Club Road not Hwy. 1
Brooks Constable Wade Oliver can’t understand why JBS Food employees who drive to work aren’t using Gun Club Road. “The shift change is the biggest part. That’s when we have the collisions. I’m really surprised nobody’s died there recently. They’re all big, big collisions,” he said. Oliver was responding to a collision shortly after 6 a.m. on Dec. 9 when a northbound car was struck by a westbound pick up truck.
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Bantam Longhorns earn big victories
The Badlands Longhorns were at home this weekend for two games. Contests Saturday against Taber and Sunday against Airdrie both ended in wins for the AA Longhorns. On Saturday the Horns would face off against rivals, the Taber Golden Suns. The Horns scored in the first 46 seconds of the game when Becker made a beautiful cross ice pass to Cunningham who buried the puck in the net.
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Bessie Jacowishen retires after 21-years
Bessie Jacowishen doesn’t like much attention but last Friday she was the centre of attention during a come and go tea to mark her retirement from the Brooks Public Library. “It was very nice. I don’t like a lot of attention and I didn’t want a bunch of people but it was very touching,” she said. Helping to make the event even more special the library staff hired Will Reeb, an Elvis Presley impersonator to attend the event. “I’ve always loved Elvis,” she said.
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Bandits inch closer to Camrose Kodiaks 

Interest in basketball at BJHS is at all time high 

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