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Physician calls for support of rural medicine

Edward Schwartzenberger grew up on a beef farm just outside Sundre. Today, he is a third-year medical student at the University of Calgary, and although he is fairly new to the medical profession he has already been honoured by his colleagues.
Nimble Fingers provide helping hands

Nimble Fingers provide helping hands

The Nimble Fingers crafting group based at the Sundre Legion Hall is looking for more members to help the needy of Sundre and beyond. The group meets every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dressing up for good cause

Dressing up for good cause

Sundre's Jack Nichol shows off his pink bra as he stands at the Pinkest Town display at Sundre Museum last week.

Accused in Olds College student's death goes to trial November 28

The jury trial for a man charged after an 18-year-old Olds College student was run down and killed outside an Olds bar in October 2010 will begin on November 28, officials said Friday.

Fish and Wildlife going to Solicitor General

Fish and Wildlife officers now operating in Sundre and elsewhere in the province will soon be moving from Sustainable Resource Development to the Solicitor General Department.

Accused in student's death goes to trial Nov. 28

The jury trial for a man charged after an 18-year-old Olds College student was run down and killed outside an Olds bar in October 2010 will begin on Nov. 28, officials said Friday.

Could Sundre host Special Olympics Provincial Games in 2013?

Residents are being asked to let the Town of Sundre know whether they would be in support of having the community host the 2013 Special Olympics Provincial Games.
Paving things over

Paving things over

Crews work on the Museum improvement project, which is nearing completion after a couple weeks of work.
Shot in Sundre

Shot in Sundre

Resident George Burns gets his flu shot at the clinic on Friday. He says getting the shot is a good way to stay healthy.
Water treatment plant all about safety

Water treatment plant all about safety

Sundre's new $6.6 million water treatment plant on Snake Hill will provide the community with a safe supply of drinking water for decades to come, a grand opening ceremony heard last week.