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Olds now under enhanced status, COVID restrictions in force

Olds now under enhanced status, COVID restrictions in force

Mandatory restrictions lifted in Mountain View County, Cremona, Carstairs, Didsbury and Sundre
Review finds almost 20 per cent of COVID-19 patients only show gastrointestinal symptoms

Review finds almost 20 per cent of COVID-19 patients only show gastrointestinal symptoms

Radiologists encouraged to remain watchful for signs of the virus.
Updates given on Sundre infrastructure projects

Updates given on Sundre infrastructure projects

'Bergen Road is simply being upgraded, it is not a ring road,' says town's CAO
Commentary: Sides on gun debate remain deeply divided

Commentary: Sides on gun debate remain deeply divided

Survey asks for Albertans' views on provincial firearms policy
Bottling up anger can lead to depression, says former farmer

Bottling up anger can lead to depression, says former farmer

Lutheran pastor lost everything due to depression; now he has a life again
Hundreds of Chinook’s Edge students ordered to self-isolate from COVID

Hundreds of Chinook’s Edge students ordered to self-isolate from COVID

Virus strikes schools in Bowden, Didsbury and Sylvan Lake
Olds chamber cancels awards this year but still recognizes businesses

Olds chamber cancels awards this year but still recognizes businesses

Certificates, plaques to be given to long-serving members
Alberta government risks public buy-in on COVID-19 by withholding info: Opposition

Alberta government risks public buy-in on COVID-19 by withholding info: Opposition

EDMONTON — Alberta’s Opposition says Premier Jason Kenney’s government needs to start showing its hand if it wants to ensure public buy-in on targeted COVID-19 health restrictions.
Chinook's Edge teachers, staff feeling COVID pressures

Chinook's Edge teachers, staff feeling COVID pressures

'There is stress in trying to make sure everybody is safe,' says area Alberta Teachers' Association rep
COVID-19 situation in Alberta “grim”: Hinshaw

COVID-19 situation in Alberta “grim”: Hinshaw

In the past week the province has confirmed more new cases than any other week to date, Hinshaw said.