Rose Sanchez

Rose Sanchez

Assistant Managing Editor

For the second year in a row, trustees with the Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) were surprised to see their books turn from red to black.

Thursday, 29 November 2012 08:02

SEAWA’s IWMP strategic plan discussed

A general meeting for those with an interest in the work of the South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) was a chance to see the strategic plan for the organizations Integrated Watershed Management Plan (IWMP).

There were no major revisions done to the 2012-13 budget at a special meeting of the Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) Nov. 27, but concern again was raised about how officials will balance the books in 2013-14.

Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) board trustees agreed to commit to signing a 25-year contract to be supplied electricity through a potential wind power project.

Eight Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) students will receive $1,000 Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) scholarships from the Alberta government.

The Christmas story is retold for modern times in Rosebud’s latest offering, its Christmas musical May and Joe.

Tuesday, 06 November 2012 07:57

Scandia newcomer offering dressage lessons

New to Canada, accomplished rider Pascalle Van Der Kraan hopes to share some of her knowledge of dressage with others.

For the first time, individuals in the City of Brooks and surrounding area are able to learn more about heart failure and feel better equipped to manage their conditions thanks to a monthly class.

Thursday, 01 November 2012 10:20

Vital Signs report features section on Brooks

This year’s Vital Signs report, created by the Community Foundation of South East Alberta (CFSEA), includes for the first time, a special section on statistics about the City of Brooks.

Wednesday, 31 October 2012 10:56

Foundation continues to monitor bird migration

The Rocky Mountain Eagle Research Foundation (RMERF) is in its 21st year of operation and is a non-profit entity studying migrant and resident eagles and other birds of prey in Western Canada’s mountains.

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