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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

Passing combo ignites HTA in Okotoks rivalry game

Passing combo ignites HTA in Okotoks rivalry game

Holy Trinity Academy blanks Foothills Falcons 38-0 at the Comp
Knights, Falcons back on pitch in Okotoks after two years

Knights, Falcons back on pitch in Okotoks after two years

"It's brilliant to back on the field having them play. There was a big interest. We had a large turnout for tryouts. With a squad of 20, I had to turn eight players away. That was tough." -- Peter Mundy, Holy Trinity Academy Knights girls soccer coach.
Women curlers summit at Okotoks clinic

Women curlers summit at Okotoks clinic

“We are empowering young women to stay in sport. I am grateful for this opportunity.” - Lori Olson-Johns, Team Leader for Curling Canada at the Women in Curling Summit in Okotoks.
Breaking: Cap of 200 fans on HTA-Foothills game in Okotoks

Breaking: Cap of 200 fans on HTA-Foothills game in Okotoks

“If unfortunately, a number of people were to get sick, we don’t want that impacting on our schools the following week. We want kids in the building, we want schools to remain open and keep athletics going." Vince Hunter, Foothills Composite High School, principal
Okotoks splits in Rose City on AJHL opening weekend

Okotoks splits in Rose City on AJHL opening weekend

Junior A squad has its home opener on Sept. 24 at Pason
Respiratory outbreak at school

Respiratory outbreak at school

“We are not informed like we were last year. We are 100 per cent reliant on parents to tell us the status of their kids." Westmount School principal Jordan Rhodes, concerning keeeping track of COVID cases at schools.
Okotoks LDS church fills food bank's shelves

Okotoks LDS church fills food bank's shelves

“Thirty-one thousand, 220 pounds of food  - it is such an outstanding number, certainly the biggest in my watch." Pamela McLean, Okotoks Food Bank executive director.
Visually-impaired runner wins her division at Sheep River Road

Visually-impaired runner wins her division at Sheep River Road

More than 170 runners at annual Sheep River Road 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