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October 31, 2007
Native dancer Jocko McHugh was one of seven performers who entertained at Bodo on Saturday night, October 27 along with four drummers and singers. Some of the group, from Siksika, Alberta’s Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park have performed at world competitions and were guests of the Bodo Archaeological Society. Spokesman for the group, Ken Healy told a crowd present that they were promoting their new park and also are trying to “bridge the gap between the two cultures.” More photos in this week's paper. ©Provost News Photo.
Braidy Howes to Compete in Canadian Finals Rodeo
Braidy Howes, 22, of Metiskow has qualified for the second time for the Canadian Finals Rodeo (CFR) to be held in Edmonton on November 7 to 11 in barrel racing.

During 2007 she competed at 48 rodeos in Canada and the United States earning approximately $33,000 for charities.
The horses she rode were Chase, Red Neck, Pacman, Hawk and Nike.

She will ride Nike at the CFR and Mucho Man, her mom’s horse.

Howes has been barrel racing competitively since 2004 (when she first qualified for the CFR) and trains every day all year round. In the winter she trains in Arizona. Her mother Gayle has taught her the family sport and she also still competes. The horses are trained by the family.

Howes is “happy to be there (CFR) again” and it’s a “family event and when you win everyone wins”.

Howes also jockeys horses competitively and in her spare time she likes to play golf.

Her parents are Bob and Gayle Howes and they live near Metiskow.

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Medals For All Taekwondo Students at Sundre Meet
A group of taekwondo students from Provost and area went to Sundre, Alta. for a tournament on Saturday, October 27 and surprised everyone with their results.

Every student earned a medal and coach Marc Geestman “was very impressed with the progress all students have made.”

Results included Hailey McCrea: gold medal - sparring; Jesse Stupka: gold medal - sparring; Alana Stupka: gold medal - sparring; Tracy Mailer: gold medal - sparring; Bailey Mailer: gold medal - patterns; Logan Stupka: gold medal - patterns; Nathan McCrea: gold medal - sparring and patterns; Kyde McGinn: gold medal - sparring and patterns; Jennifer Fisher: gold medal - sparring and patterns.

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Success For Eliminating Wild Deer Disease ‘Zero’—Expert
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Street Spokesman
This week we ask : "Travel Inoculations Have Been Discontinued by East Central Health in Provost. Do You Want This Service Back Here?"
. . . and we heard opinions from Lianne Wirachowsky, Maurice O’Callaghan, Theresa Koch, Oscar Long, and Mel Lawes.
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