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Didsbury department has already been responding to grass fires

Didsbury department has already been responding to grass fires

Didfsbury firefighters responded to a total of 66 calls in the quarter
Arson suspected in Friday's Olds structure fire

Arson suspected in Friday's Olds structure fire

A fire was contained to the attached garage at the back of Olds Association for Community Living's building
Sundre peace officer wants to build proverbial bridges

Sundre peace officer wants to build proverbial bridges

Robert Plews, who served 34 years in the British military before becoming a peace officer in Sundre, says communication is crucial part of path toward improving trust
Commentary: Ag industry must have support

Commentary: Ag industry must have support

Government plans to address the possible drought include spending $50 million on the Water Management Program to complete vital projects like the Dickson Dam Capacity Enhancement Project
ROAD REPORT: Commute road conditions, Highway 2 traffic cameras

ROAD REPORT: Commute road conditions, Highway 2 traffic cameras

Get a look at your commute - click for up-to-date conditions map and road cameras
Innisfail Eagles drop first game of Allan Cup Challenge

Innisfail Eagles drop first game of Allan Cup Challenge

Innisfail Eagles get behind 5-1 deep into the third period but storm back to make the game a nailbiter, a heartbreaking loss as it was
Sundre Aquaplex hot tub reopens after four-year hiatus

Sundre Aquaplex hot tub reopens after four-year hiatus

Sundre indoor pool and fitness centre’s hot tub had not been operational since the pandemic and now meets newer Alberta Health standards
Broken neck isn't stopping ski cross racer

Broken neck isn't stopping ski cross racer

Kristofor O’Brien Mahler is recovering from a broken neck suffered during a night race in Switzerland in December
Town of Sundre logs quarter-million-dollar surplus

Town of Sundre logs quarter-million-dollar surplus

Sundre council hears excess of roughly $265,000 materializes despite “unpredictable situations in various areas that escalated our costs”
Letter: Questioning the use of water in fracking during a potential drought

Letter: Questioning the use of water in fracking during a potential drought

Fracking takes good, usable water permanently out of the system when farmers in particular are facing possibility of critical shortage, says letter writer
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