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Wednesday, 06 July 2011 16:04

Tilley remembers old-timer Joe Anderson

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By Scott Schmidt
Pretty much anyone in Newell County old enough has at least heard of ‘Old Joe’ Anderson and most could probably even tell a story or two of an encounter they once had.

Wednesday, 20 July 2011 12:08

Severe thunderstorm warning issued

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A severe thunderstorm warning for the County of Newell near Tilley, Rolling Hills and Patricia is in effect.

Contributed by Alberta Integrated Traffic Unit


The Alberta Sheriff’s Acting Deputy Chief Rick Gardner and the Officer In Charge, RCMP, “K” Division Traffic

Services, Superintendent Gary Brine, voiced their support for enhanced officer presence on Alberta’s roadways leading up to the Canada Day long weekend and throughout the entire month of July.  

As a result of a 2 ½ year investigation, the RCMP Integrated Market Enforcement Team ( IMET) charged three Alberta residents for allegedly illegally diverting money from a British Columbia resident between April 1, 2009 and October 31, 2010. 

By Amanda Stephenson

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The provincial government has begun work on a design for Medicine Hat’s much-longed-for Dunmore Road/Trans-Canada Highway interchange — although there is still no hint of when, or even if, construction might take place.
Martin Dupuis, a spokesperson for Alberta Transportation, told the News a consultant has been hired and design work is expected to be complete by March of 2012.

Courtesy Medicine Hat News
For the second straight year a soggy spring has spelled the cancellation of the Elkwater Canada Day Rodeo.

(CNW) First they were locked out. Then they were legislated back again. Now postal workers in some parts of the country are being handed a new delivery policy telling them they can't deliver the mail even though they are back on the job.

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