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Olds council calls for report into traffic safety

Olds council calls for report into traffic safety

Uptowne Olds officials want a 30-kilometre-per-hour speed limit in their area
One charge dropped, others proceed in Bowden-area anti-lockdown rodeo case

One charge dropped, others proceed in Bowden-area anti-lockdown rodeo case

Public Health Act charge against Gail Northcott dropped while charges against Ty Northcott and Northcott Rodeo Inc remain
Dominant records for Olds minor football teams

Dominant records for Olds minor football teams

Olds Bantam Bulldogs finished their regular season with a perfect 4-0 record while the peewee Huskies lost 28-6 to Stettler on Saturday, dropping their record to 5-1
Tough task tomorrow for Olds Grizzlys

Tough task tomorrow for Olds Grizzlys

The Olds Grizzlys are hoping to get back above .500 when they hit the ice again Wednesday, Oct. 19 when they take on the Bandits in Brooks
Majority against dropping residential speed limits in Olds

Majority against dropping residential speed limits in Olds

Nearly 65 per cent of respondents don’t want to see Olds' residential speed limits lowered from 50 to 40 km/h; almost 55 per cent opposed to greater traffic enforcement by municipal “resources”
Bull market for steer calves in Olds

Bull market for steer calves in Olds

Olds Auction Mart had an extra busy day on Oct. 7 as nearly 5,000 calves came up for auction
Senior girls volleyball team in Olds has good mix of experience, youth, plus height

Senior girls volleyball team in Olds has good mix of experience, youth, plus height

Coach Shelley Smith says the Olds team has half Grade 12s and half Grade 11s, so there's a mix of veterans and new players
Town of Olds sponsors concerts for school children

Town of Olds sponsors concerts for school children

Olds town council has voted to provide a $1,000 sponsorship to help cover costs for school children to attend the Olds Kiwanis 2022-23 concert series
Olds youth attends human rights program in Winnipeg

Olds youth attends human rights program in Winnipeg

Grade 12 Olds student Davina Merritt attended the Rotary Adventures in Human Rights program in Winnipeg this summer
Olds council to be updated on possible police service change

Olds council to be updated on possible police service change

Olds chief administrative officer Brent Williams says staff are attending information sessions on a possible provincial or regional police service being set up in Alberta