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Coach proud of players
A tremendous season for the Brooks Bandits came to an end Saturday night after they lost the RBC Cup semi-final match to the West Kelowna Warriors by a 4-1 score. The Warriors went on to defeat the Lloydminster Bobcats 4-0 Sunday afternoon to win their first national RBC Cup championship. The tournament was held in Lloydminster, Sask.
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Long-time teacher ready to enjoy retirement
A familiar face at Brooks Composite High School has decided to retire after 29 years of teaching but said he will remain in the city. “I started later than most. I went back to school when I was 28-years-old and I didn’t start teaching until I was 28,” said shop teacher Bill Watson. After high school, Watson went to university for two years but things did not work out for him. He did a variety of jobs and eventually got into carpentry. Watson pursued the trade and received his red seal journeyman’s certificate.
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Roadrunners perfect at football jamboree
Brooks Roadrunners wrapped up their spring football camp by going undefeated at a Spring Thing jamboree in Medicine Hat this past weekend. The 47 grade seven and eight players used a speed game to their advantage. Brooks began play against the host Medicine Hat Hawks. They were a little beat up after playing a couple of games before meeting up with the Roadrunners, said co-head coach Jaret Hofer.
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Organizer wanted for Terry Fox Run 

Multiple thefts in Patricia area 

Kinsmen change parade route 

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