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Road work, not flood work gets city go-ahead
Only one of the two major infrastructure projects in the city discussed by committee last week will go ahead this year. The city agreed to put money into the 10 year capital plan for a storm water project and study but will move forward on the continuation of Cassils Road. The Cassils road upgrade will take place near 1 Street West to Alberta Street while general street improvements will take place on 1st Street West between 2nd Ave and 4th Ave and Cassils Road and Garrow Ave.
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Red hot Bandits cruise past Olds
Brooks Bandits held a 2-0 Alberta Junior Hockey League South Division semi-final series lead going into play Monday evening. Weekend games at the Centennial Regional Arena were both a case of too much firepower by the Bandits and little response by the Olds Grizzlys. Dennis Cesana led the offensive attack Friday night with a two-goal performance as the Bandits blanked the visiting Grizzlys 9-0 in game one of the series.
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Red Roof Studios takes home tourism award
Collin and Rita Wildschut were selected for a Canadian Badlands Tourism Award Thursday in recognition of their love for the arts, a passion they share with everyone who walks through the doors of their Red Roof Studio. During the Canadian Badlands Tourism Development Conference Dinner and Gala last Thursday in Brooks, the couple was presented the 2017 Cindy Amos Tourism Champion Individual Award. “It means the world,” said Collin Wildschut following the presentation.
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New school for Tilley is top priority 

Economy moving in the right direction; CRC will meet less often 

Duchess Storm teams competing provincially 

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