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Regional water business plan receives Bowden town council's approval

Bowden town council passed the Mountain View Regional Water Services Commission business plan as well as the rates that accompanied the plan on March 14 at its regular council meeting.

Curbside recyclingclose to implementation

Innisfail council gave first reading to Bylaw 1508 or the Solid Waste Collection and Disposal System bylaw that will soon include the service of curbside recycling pick-up.

Trust fund set up for former Spruce View students

A trust fund has been established for five former Spruce View School students whose mother passed away unexpectedly last Wednesday.

Town takes over fitness centre

The door of the fitness centre at the Penhold Regional Multiplex was locked on Tuesday 8, after the town was forced to take over the facility when the renters defaulted on their lease.


Fire Hall Committee formed With plans for a new fire hall outlined in the 2011 budget, council has approved the formation of a fire hall committee to begin planning the new facility.

Seatbelt campaign enlists family

Law officials are asking friends, family and aquaintences of non-seatbelt users to try their hand at persuading them to buckle up.

CESD announces talks of Red Deer College partnership for Penhold school

Plans for a new high school in Penhold may be expanding to include a partnership with Red Deer College pending further discussion between the college, the Town of Penhold, and Chinook's Edge School Division (CESD).

Penhold utility rates increase

Penhold residents will soon see an increase of at least $4.75 per month onto their utility bill after council recently approved an increase in the base rate for water, sewer, and garbage collection.
Air Cadets land first in drill competition

Air Cadets land first in drill competition

A dedicated team of 14 Penhold air cadets was given the final salute from judges during the regional drill competition in Red Deer in early March. The No.