ArchivesContact UsSite Map  Search 
  View this Week’s Poll Question and Voting Results

Thefts from vehicles increases
Thefts associated with vehicles appear to be on the increase so motorists may want to take time to ensure valuables are removed. Police report sometime overnight, likely after 9:30 p.m. on Aug. 24, a truck was stolen from Patricia and items were taken from several vehicles in the community. With the use of technology the stolen white 2008 Ford F350 was recovered near Brooks. “At around 8:30 a.m. the dealership was able to locate it using GPS,” said Cst. Mathieu Quimper of the Brooks detachment.
Read Full Story> 

Hunters and artists form natural team in pronghorn fencing project
Pronghorn antelope moving through the Antelope Creek Ranch south of Cassils will have an easier time of crawling under fences thanks to a 100 miles of additional smooth fence line installed by a group of hunters and artists. “Artists and hunters. Who would have thought but that’s the interesting part: learning about each other and what we do,” said Doug Haslam, a pronghorn fencing veteran. Haslam has been volunteering with the project for about six years and was one of five Calgary artists from the Aeolian Recreational Boundary Institute (ARBI).
Read Full Story> 

Bandits 2-1 in pre-season play
With 17 goals in three games the Brooks Bandits Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) team is off to a terrific start in the season. The team went 2-1 during their three game road trip to the Okotoks Oilers annual preseason tournament. AJHL rivals Okotoks Oilers, Drumheller Dragons and Calgary Mustangs participated. “It’s good to see some of the old guys and their habits. With the new guys there’s a long way to go with their habits so it’s good but it’s preseason hockey so it’s pretty scrappy yet,” said Bandits head coach Ryan Papaioannou.
Read Full Story> 
No paving entire front of your yard, says city 

Sensational summer for Maddy Marshall 

Lights at Cassils and Third St. East a no go for now 

SubscribeContact UsSite MapLogin