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Wednesday, 01 November 2017 03:42

RCMP looking for missing woman from Tompkins

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RCMP are looking for assistance in locating a 71 year old female named Cheryl Suzuki of Tompkins.

The best kept secret of the breathtaking Rocky Mountains and one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in southern Alberta, Castle Mountain Resort and its tourism capabilities will be under review this November with two open houses to gather local input and create a better vision for tourism in the area.

Conner Jean (Oakland, MI) had two goals and an assist, as the Brooks Bandits (13-4-1) recorded their fifth consecutive win on Saturday night, beating the visiting Drumheller Dragons (10-7-1) by a 5-2 score in front of an announced crowd of 1,307 at the Centennial Regional Arena.

On a night in which the Broncos were coming off a 4-3 loss to Saskatoon just the night before, the Swift Current Broncos bounced back in a grand way. A four point effort from team captain Glenn Gawdin combined with an astonishing 38 save outing from Logan Flodell led the Broncos to a convincing 4-0 win on Saturday night.

Registration is now open for 4-H members and clubs and will remain open until the end of November.

The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan is cautiously optimistic that the province’s farmers have been heard on the proposed federal tax changes.

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.

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