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Saturday, 17 February 2018 06:45

Snowmobile safety should be paramount

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It was an opportunity for business leaders with an interest in renewable energy to connect with organizations focused on assisting businesses and entrepreneurs with innovations and projects related to the renewable energy industry.

Jaime Cobler, a 39-year old mother of three, was bitten by a tick on June 10, 2017 and has suffered from the devastating effects of Lyme Disease ever since.

Central School choir held a Valentine's Day bake sale at the Swift Current Mall on Feb. 10 to raise funds for Telemiracle.

Thursday, 15 February 2018 06:28

Fort Macleod sells its electrical system

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After one year and seven months of discussions,  Fort Macleod’s town council made the decision to approve the sale of the electricity system to FortisAlberta Inc. this January.

With Taber’s Pride in the Park Celebration fast approaching, the decision to fly the flag on the community flagpole has been repealed.

Organizations that are planning a new (or existing) event for the Newell region may be able to tap into some funding to help with the costs, but have to get their applications in before Feb. 28 to be eligible.

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