In recognition of the UN’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the City of Brooks will host a Wheelchair Basketball Tournament Dec. 1 at the Cenovus Flex Hall.
Heavy rains on Sunday had forced the final day of the Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede to be postponed until Monday night, but unsafe conditions in the infield have now cancelled the event with no alternate date set. Those people with Sunday ticket stubs will be refunded their money.
After one weekend off, the WPCA GMC Pro Tour resumed on Thursday night with the running of the Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede in Medicine Hat, Alberta. Track conditions were perfect and the races were run under sunny skies and a very warm 24°C. Grant Profit came into this year's event as the defending Medicine Hat champion, but it was Evan Salmond who opened up the show with the top time of 1:00.48.
By Susan Quinlan
Those people who enjoy music festivals may be lucky enough to have a country music festival in their own backyard, so to speak, that is, if they vote for the Crowsnest Pass to win the Small Town Saturday Night contest sponsored by Big Valley Jamboree and Alberta Tourism.
By Rose Sanchez
While most southern Albertans had some difficulty adjusting to colder temperatures last week there was one positive — it made for some exciting powder skiing at hills including Castle Mountain west of Pincher Creek.
The City of Brooks is going to be acting as the host community to Team Latvia, who will be competing in the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship. Team Latvia arrived in the community Dec. 18 and will stay until Dec. 23.
Brooks to Host Pre-Tournament Game
The City of Brooks, on behalf of the Brooks Bandits, are proud to announce a 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship pre-tournament game between Latvia and Denmark will be held in Brooks on Dec. 22.
Tickets for the event are set to go on sale to Brooks Bandits season ticket holders starting today.
Here are the results following Thursday's action at the Southern Alberta Summer Games:
The 2011 Southern Alberta Summer Games in Medicine Hat begin Wednesday morning at 9 a.m.