A landmark aboriginal film has come to southern Alberta to share its remarkably emotional story, and audiences are loving it. After a week in Lethbridge this phenomenal story moved southeast to Medicine Hat’s Monarch Theatre to start on Oct. 27 to share its message and leave viewers feeling moved.

Oct.18 marked the day that the University of Lethbridge heard the important story behind the Blackfoot Community and the influence that their way of life had on American psychologist Abraham Maslow.

Elders from within the Blackfoot Confederacy assembled at the Head Smashed in Buffalo Jump on October 19 for the site’s annual gathering and feast.

Friday, 27 October 2017 04:59

Nothing corny about Brooks maze at Halloween

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When the Ron and Michelle Gietz family moved to a farm just on the outskirts of the City of Brooks about seven to eight years ago, it soon became apparent they were going to have to find a way for those 92 acres to make money other than with the 64 ewes and 25 head of cattle.

On Nov. 1 in Bassano “The Legend of George Jones” concert starts at 7:30 p.m. 

Sunday, 29 October 2017 04:56

Socchia energized by different arts in Brooks

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Cassandra Socchia feels fortunate to be able to go to work everyday loving what she does.

It’s that time of year again! Sniffling noses, coughs, sore throats, watery eyes, aches and pains and lots of tissue is the theme of the season. Boxes of tissue may be the most sought-after product on store shelves with the onslaught of cold and flu season. So, what can we do about it?

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