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Commemorative Forest keeps growing memories
The fifth annual National Tree Day on Sept. 23 as well as the first day of fall marked the fourth annual Commemorative Forest event in Brooks. More than five years ago 33,000 square meters of land west of Lake Stafford was earmarked for a forest by Brooks Communities in Bloom and the city. Since then nearly 150 trees have been planted, many in memory of those who passed in the community and were sponsored by residents.
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Arts and Culture Days shine bright in Brooks
Alberta Arts and Culture Days 2015 brought out the best of Brooks and area. From food from around the world to plays, pottery and paintings created right here in Brooks, there was something for everyone.
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Crusaders cruise to convincing victory
It took some time but a battle between two undefeated teams didn’t turn out to be much of a battle at all. St. Joseph’s Collegiate Crusaders dominated offensively and rolled to a convincing 89-14 win over the visiting Hanna Hawks last Thursday. The victory leaves the Crusaders with a 3-0 record. Hanna had made defensive adjustments prior to the game to stop the outside running game of St. Joseph’s Crusaders quarterback Hugo Silva and forced the home team to turn over the ball on downs.
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County to prepare stop work order 

Brooks Cenovus field operators will be part of next layoff round 

County was the worst overall spender according to CFIB 

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