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Fort Smith's Robyn Brown graduated with an Environment and Natural Resources Technology diploma from Aurora College on April 22. - photo courtesy of Aurora College
Hard work pays off for Aurora College grad
Fort Smith's Robyn Brown Aurora College valedictorian

Robyn Brown says she was excited to discover her classmates had chosen her to be this year's valedictorian during the convocation ceremony at Aurora College's Thebacha Campus in Fort Smith. next Read more

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A new spin on an old tradition

Residents in communities along the Mackenzie River are sharing videos, photos and information about this year’s ice breakup, thanks to a new Facebook page launched earlier this month.

Albert Bohnet celebrates 100 years

Perhaps because if he got to talking, it might be difficult for him to stop. After a century on the planet, he's seen a lot and has a lot to talk about. Bohnet, who lives in Avens, a Community for Seniors in Yellowknife, turns 100 years old today.

Commercial greenhouse in the works

Consumers are one step closer to fresh, local veggies all year round. Aurora College recently released the results of a study which examined the feasibility of commercial greenhouses in Norman Wells and Inuvik. "Hopefully something positive comes out of it," said research and communications assistant Kimberley Sellwood. "Like a commercial greenhouse."

Getting ready for the big show

The biggest single sporting event of the year in the territory is fast approaching and preparations are starting to begin. Youth across the Deh Cho are preparing for annual NWT Track and Field Championships in Hay River, which are scheduled to run from June 1 to 3.

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