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Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell

Bruce Campbell is the editor for Okotokstoday.ca and the Western Wheel newspaper. He is a graduate of Mount Royal College journalism program, 1991. For story tips contact bcampbell@okotoks.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Bruce

Visually-impaired runner wins her division at Okotoks race

Visually-impaired runner wins her division at Okotoks race

Knights dodge Lightning with game-saving tackle in Okotoks

Knights dodge Lightning with game-saving tackle in Okotoks

Bragging rights Sept. 24 when Foothills Falcons host Holy Trinity Academy
Foothills Falcons coach adds Finnish touch

Foothills Falcons coach adds Finnish touch

Senior boys volleyball coach Jeremy Davies played libero in Finland
Sweetgrass offers fresh start to the day

Sweetgrass offers fresh start to the day

“Nobody should ever leave hungry. If we didn’t have the generous portion size, it wouldn’t be the same anymore.” -- Roland Griesser, Sweetgrass Deli and Eatery, chef and co-owner
Running again not part of Foothills chair's downsize

Running again not part of Foothills chair's downsize

Okotoks trustee Larry Albrecht, the Foothills School Division chair, is not running for re-election on Oct. 18.
Oilers finally get to play for real

Oilers finally get to play for real

Okotoks Oilers start regular season on Sept. 17 in Camrose
Foothills candidates anticipate minority government

Foothills candidates anticipate minority government

Canada goes to the polls on Sept. 20
Okotoks runner has the soul of a record-breaker

Okotoks runner has the soul of a record-breaker

David Proctor preparing for Big's Backyard last person standing run in Tennessee
Okotoks school celebrates its great outdoors program

Okotoks school celebrates its great outdoors program

Any chance we can we are interacting with nature... Talking about the planet we live in – reading stories about animals, talking about pollution and how it matters, just incorporating nature in everything we do.” -- Tammy Jespersen, Percy Pegler kindergarten teacher about the Nature-Based Learning program
Foothills Falcons fall prey to Cougars

Foothills Falcons fall prey to Cougars

Foothills next host its cross-town rival the Holy Trinity Academy Knights