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Caution urged after recent wildlife encounters

Caution urged after recent wildlife encounters

Recent human encounters with wildlife venturing into populated areas in the Mountain View region have spurred District Fish and Wildlife to urge the public to exercise caution when encountering wildlife, specifically ungulates ñ hoofed mammals like d
Province should chip in more for Big Prairie Bridge: Munro

Province should chip in more for Big Prairie Bridge: Munro

Mountain View County should meet with Alberta government officials and try to renegotiate a bigger provincial share in the delayed Big Prairie Bridge reconstruction project, Reeve Paddy Munro said at last Wednesday's policies and priorities committee
Seniors' housing board endorses major change

Seniors' housing board endorses major change

Mountain View Seniors' Housing will undergo a major shift in governance if member municipalities sign off on a new corporate model endorsed by the board at its Sept. 22 meeting.
Province eyes assistance request for uninsured windstorm damage

Province eyes assistance request for uninsured windstorm damage

Alberta Municipal Affairs has agreed to look into requests coming from Red Deer County residents asking for disaster recovery assistance.

Chinook's Edge forms new committee for teachers

Chinook's Edge School Division has created a new committee for teachers that will be focused on making division classrooms the highest quality around.
Day named county rep on housing foundation

Day named county rep on housing foundation

Former Div. 1 councillor Gwen Day will represent Mountain View County on the Mountain View Housing Foundation as the volunteer fundraising group expands to a countywide focus.

Charged oil exec's wife says she still loves her husband, denies having affair

The estranged wife of an oil firm executive from Cremona, who allegedly committed a violent home invasion against his spouse, says she still loves her husband and wants to reunite with him once he gets out of jail and his alcoholism is under control.

Alberta Friesian Horse Association holds annual inspection

The Friesian Horse Association of Alberta held its annual inspection at the MegaDome in Olds on Thursday.A total of 30 horses from across B.C.

Gravel levy given first reading; Red Deer expected to follow suit

Mountain View County has given first reading to a bylaw that would charge 25 cents per tonne to sand and gravel operations in the county starting Jan.

Antler Hill decision on hold

The decision to subdivide and consolidate land in Antler Hill north of Innisfail was deferred last week, with council requesting more information about the intended use of some of the land.