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County seeks berm funding after Red Deer River changes channels

County seeks berm funding after Red Deer River changes channels

Mountain View County is looking for some serious money from the province after the Red Deer River southwest of Sundre changed course earlier this year.

Akitas in Didsbury attack to be destroyed

Two Akita dogs that attacked a man and woman on a Didsbury-area property last month will be destroyed, Crown prosecutor Dave Burroughs said in Didsbury provincial court Friday.

County approves $150K safety net for Rebels 2013 Memorial Cup bid

Red Deer County councillors have stepped into the crease for the Red Deer Rebels' 2013 Memorial Cup bid, approving a financial contribution of $150,000.

Man had woman in headlock

A 54-year-old man charged after he put a woman in a headlock during an argument in Cremona almost a year ago has been jailed.

VIDEO: Mountain View Music Fest

Ben Sures performs "Everybody Matters" at the Mountain View Music Fest

Single desk wheat, barley marketing to get axe

Alberta farmers will get to sell their grain on the open market next year, say the Conservatives.

Annual bench fair packs Lone Pine Hall

Exhibitioners from around the county submitted their hobby-crafts, baking, flowers, and a variety of other items for judging at the 27th Annual Lone Pine Bench Fair this past Wednesday, which was party to more than 50 entrants this year, said fair or

Canadian Wheat Board plebiscite vote nearing deadline

Eligible wheat and barley growers have until the middle of next week to cast their vote in a producer plebiscite on the future of the Canadian Wheat Board.

Fest deemed a success

Despite a small dip in attendance, organizers behind the Mountain View Music Fest (MVMF) are calling its 2011 edition a success.
Passion remains for life-giving prairie sentinels

Passion remains for life-giving prairie sentinels

On April 16, 1947 Innisfail Mayor W.H. Jackson officiated the grand opening of the town's magnificent water tower, which rose more than 100 feet, stored more than 71,000 gallons of water and was the life-giving pride of the community.