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Man pleads guilty to assaulting senior

A 25-year-old man who pushed a 70-year-old man to the floor during a confrontation in June has been ordered to complete community service hours.The accused pleaded guilty before Judge Peter Barley in Didsbury provincial court on Nov.
Gowns for Grads helps fill important need in community

Gowns for Grads helps fill important need in community

Students without means to buy a grad dress or rent a tuxedo can count on Gowns for Grads for help.The organization was started by Karen Grudesky in 2009.
Draft MDP would limit development to 1st parcel out on 'productive' land

Draft MDP would limit development to 1st parcel out on 'productive' land

Residential development on ìproductive agricultural landî in Mountain View County will be generally restricted to first parcel out under a draft Municipal Development Plan made public last week.
Mountain View a leader in salvaging ancient history

Mountain View a leader in salvaging ancient history

There are sacred places in Mountain View County.These are ancient burial grounds, buffalo kill sites, and forgotten communities where evidence of existence is measured only by remnants of rock teepee rings.

Land assembly act amendments give more options to landowners

Property owners in Alberta will have more options open to them if their land is required for major infrastructure projects, and they will have access to full compensation and the courts under recent amendments announced in the Land Assembly Project A

Cremona Fire Dept. secures funding for water, ice rescue

The southwestern part of Mountain View County will soon have improved water and ice rescue capability after the Cremona Fire Department secured $10,000 in funding from county council for equipment purchases.
Cats, cats, and more cats: Founder of animal shelter has huge heart

Cats, cats, and more cats: Founder of animal shelter has huge heart

Once a day, the founder of Tails to Tell Animal Rescue in Crossfield witnesses a kitty stampede.

'Netook is dead' under proposed MDP densities

ìIf this goes through, Netook is dead,î developer Herb Styles said last Wednesday in response to Mountain View County's draft Municipal Development Plan, posted the previous day on the county website.

No major changes expected for Red Deer County MDP

No major changes are expected for the Red Deer County Municipal Development Plan currently under review, said Cynthia Cvik, director of planning and development services.

Fish and Wildlife officers encounter 'illegal activity going on everywhere'

The November 2011 general hunting season in the Sundre-Olds district has been more or less typical when it comes to violators and violations, says Fish and Wildlife officer Adam Mirus.ìAre we having good compliance? No,î said Mirus.