Assistant Managing Editor
Prairie Rose School Division trustees had a good taste of the hands-on learning that is taking place at Seven Persons School.
No one likes “big brother” looking out for our every whim and need, but one area where some additional government regulation could be good is around radon.
Prairie Rose School Division board trustees approved a couple of field trips for students in the division at the May 9 regular meeting.
With a board motion, New Brigden School officially got back its Grade 4 programming for the 2017/18 school year, and will see the Kindergarten students become more integrated into the school in the coming year.
When something works as well as it does in Dinosaur Provincial Park, then it doesn’t take much tweaking to make it even better.
A pilot project launching this tourist season in the Newell Tourism Region will see the use of volunteer tourism ambassadors using social media to tell others about their own experiences enjoying the activities available to them in their own region.
Anyone with an interest in local history — especially the archeological kind — won’t want to miss the May presentation at the monthly stargazing event held at the Trek Centre in Vulcan.
More than 30 rural school boards in Alberta have joined forces as the Rural School Board Caucus as a way to lobby the provincial government as a group.
For the most part the City of Brook’s Leisure Centre is complete and in use, but a grand opening celebration for the newly-renovated and expanded facility will take place May 13.
Planning is coming along nicely for the 47th Annual Southern Alberta Summer Games (SASG) which this summer is being hosted by the City of Brooks and County of Newell.