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Youngster’s finger stuck in playground equipment
The mother of a three-year-old is upset after her child’s finger got stuck in playground equipment on the weekend. For the last two to three years Tammy Ranch has told people she is concerned about the danger presented by the holes that are the “size of a three -year-old’s finger” in the playground equipment at Roselea Park in Sunnylea.
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Hockey teams rally behind player’s mother
Every day, six Albertans are diagnosed with breast cancer. One in nine Canadian women is expected to develop breast cancer in her lifetime and one in four (26%) cancers diagnosed in women will be breast cancer. These are staggering statistics so Brooks Midget Bulldogs hockey team wanted to raise awareness for breast cancer as so many family members and friends had been touched by this terrible disease in the past. On Oct. 28 they took the opportunity to give back at a home game played in the Sparrow arena by having a Breast Cancer Awareness hockey game. The players taped their sticks, pads and socks with pink hockey tape and donated all proceeds from the sale of 50/50 tickets.
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Mentors honoured for making a difference
There were some tears and deep gulps along with lots of hugs at the 16th annual resiliency celebration in Brooks last Tuesday. The event highlights some of the community’s resilient youths as selected by the Brooks and District Resiliency Committee. The youth finish the sentence on a card, “An adult in my life who made a difference...”
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CNRL to shut in 170 wells on EID land 

Lab services moves to hospital 

Graham, George not seeking re-election to EID board 

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