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John Parker's passion for community economic development during a 29-year career with Community Futures has been recognized with a lifetime achievement award.

The new head coach of the Swift Current Broncos is looking forward to the challenge of leading the defending WHL champions.

The Chinook School Division will purchase 400 refurbished desktop computers for teachers to use in their classrooms at a cost of about $200,000.

Thursday, 05 July 2018 08:47

Sniffer dogs keeping invasive mussels at bay

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Hilo, Seuss, and Diesel have certainly been doing their part in keeping zebra and quagga mussels out of Alberta's waterways.

Aquatic invasive species, such as zebra or quagga mussels, can be spread from one waterbody to another via the standing water in boats and other watercraft that have not been properly cleaned, drained and dried between uses.

The following is a synopsis of calls for service for the Swift Current RCMP detachment:

Alberta Health Services (AHS) has hand-delivered notification letters July 4 to 55 individuals potentially exposed to a confirmed case of tuberculosis (TB) in the South Zone.The letters include information on arrangements for standard TB assessment and screening and treatment, if required.
 

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