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Year ahead will pose challenges for SPOG

Year ahead will pose challenges for SPOG

With the price of oil remaining low — it hit its lowest point in 11 years last week — the year ahead is not going to be an easy one for the Sundre Petroleum Operators Group (SPOG), said its executive director.

The travelling trunk has long history

The trunk is not overly large, being only 29 inches at its highest point. The exterior is tin-covered, although the metal has darkened to a mottled brown. There are two rows of wooden slats around the sides, five on the rounded top.
Agricultural shop construction "on track" committee told

Agricultural shop construction "on track" committee told

Construction on Mountain View County's new $2.

County calls for service down in 2015

Calls for service to the Mountain View County operational services department were down markedly in 2015 compared with 2014, the policies and priorities committee heard during its recent regularly scheduled meeting.
Lots on the plate for Mountain View County

Lots on the plate for Mountain View County

The new year is stacking up to be a busy time for Mountain View County, with numerous projects started in 2015 continuing in 2016, and other new projects getting underway, says Reeve Bruce Beattie.

Councillor on committee

Mountain View County councillor Duncan Milne has been appointed as the municipality's representative on the Didsbury Municipal Library Expansion Project committee. The move came during the recent regularly scheduled council meeting.

The making of lists a life-long pursuit

I was a writer of lists most of my life, even as a teen. To remind myself of what I felt I needed to accomplish on my time off, to keep assignments organized, to keep on track with my duties at home.

County offers to finance

Mountain View County will extend an offer to its urban municipal partners to finance the $425,636.
Chinook's Edge chairperson looks ahead at 2106

Chinook's Edge chairperson looks ahead at 2106

Half way into the school year, the Chinook's Edge School Board is looking ahead to a busy 2016. “We have some capital projects that are coming to fruition,” said Colleen Butler, chair of the Chinook's Edge School Board.

Striving for smoke-free students

A new year sparks many resolutions and for some people that includes quitting smoking. Alberta Health Services officials say quitting tobacco provides many immediate and long-term benefits.