ArchivesContact UsSite Map  Search 
 
  View this Week’s Poll Question and Voting Results
 
 
 
Home > News > Lifestyles
Skeleton champ needs community support
Former Brooks resident Madison Charney recently won the Canadian women’s skeleton championship.
The 20-year-old, competing in her fifth season in the sport, guided her way through heavy snow on the Calgary track to win her first national title. She finished with a two-run time of 2:07.42.
She sat fourth after her opening run down the 1,430 metre track in Calgary but got off to a great start of 5.60 seconds in her second run that helped move her up three spots onto the top of the podium.
She edged out first-run leader Lanette Prediger of Calgary who finished with a time of 2:07.46.   Full Story >
No turkey in bins please 

Collaboration and cooperation helps DVIT team be successful 

Bassano water to increase 20-cents per cubic meter 

AWNACCNA
SubscribeContact UsSite MapLogin