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Thursday, 25 March 2010 14:26

Keith’s Patch extremely popular

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By Elizabeth Huber
The patch in Swift Current is well on its way to meeting, if not beating, what has held distinction for being the best curling party in Canada.

Thursday, 25 March 2010 11:37

The first of many for Team Latvia

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By Allison Werbowetsky
Swift Current
It's the first time ever a Latvian curling team of any kind — women's, men's or junior's — has qualified to compete at a world curling championship. Having only curled for eight years, skip Iveta Stasa-Sarsune is beyond excited to have the opportunity to compete at this level so soon in her career.

Wednesday, 24 March 2010 08:39

China makes second home in Canada

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By Allison Werbowetsky
For Chinese skip Bingyu Wang, competing for a title at the 2010 Ford World Women’s Curling Championship in small-town Swift Current is nothing out of the ordinary.

By Susan Quinlan
Taber’s Atom Chiefs scored big when they were selected from among 3,400 hockey associations, to announce the NHL game during Scotiabank Hockey Tonight on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada.

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Albertans are again being given the opportunity to voice their opinions to members of government about concerns over property rights, when a task force tours the province in December and January.

Thursday, 27 October 2011 08:20

Roof repair complete on Nanton rec centre

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By Susan Quinlan
Following the unfortunate discovery of damage to the roof of Nanton’s recreation centre in November 2010, the arena was immediately closed and the community began raising funds for repairs to be completed before the fall of 2011.
That renovation is now complete and the Tom Hornecker Recreation Centre this fall hosted the first event of the season.

By Susan Quinlan
Fort Macleod
Although most are familiar with the sport of competitive swimming, a number of these athletes have turned their attention to lifesaving sport, the number one sport in Australia and one gaining significant popularity throughout Europe.
In Canada, lifesaving sport is also catching on, with athletes including Fort Macleod’s Gordon Heine, 22, taking part and proving his mettle. He was recently selected for Canada’s national team to compete in South Africa this September.

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