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RVS says 'welcome back'

Parents were once again offered the opportunity to peruse the vast majority of Sundre's sports, clubs and recreation groups under one roof last week at the Welcome Back Barbeque information and registration night in the River Valley School gym.

Status quo to remain in place for unregistered road

Wary of future liability, Sundre will not pursue the idea of buying the unregistered road on school property that runs along the south side of Snake Hill and just west of the high school. However, the town will continue to maintain the road.

More than half of town's ad hoc committees get axed

In order to increase staff efficiency and decrease council and staff time commitments, Sundre administration is moving to cease operations of more than half of its internal ad hoc committees. At the Sept.
Water, wastewater's historic extension to east side

Water, wastewater's historic extension to east side

Sundre's east side is on the cusp of finally realizing prosperity and growth with the recent multi-million dollar approval of two water and wastewater servicing projects and the resurrection of collapsed plans to construct a $10 million Best Western

Travellers told to be on lookout for suspect in missing child case

Anyone travelling in Alberta or going to recreational areas, visiting cabins or remote areas were being encouraged over the weekend to check for a missing B.C. boy and a man police suspect was involved in his disappearance.

ArtWalk wraps up fifth year

The annual ArtWalk has concluded its fifth consecutive year in five area towns as of Sept. 6, and organizers from Wellspring Visual ArtNetwork Association say they are pleased with the summer's turnout of interest.

Town council news

Arena report expected soon Town councillors can expect to see a report being prepared by administration into the options available for the town when it comes to a new arena, said Leuzinger.
High school will 'showcase' student and teacher excellence in 2011 - 2012

High school will 'showcase' student and teacher excellence in 2011 - 2012

The new principal and vice-principal of Sundre High School say they want to showcase student and teacher excellence during the 2011 - 2012 school year.

Accused in dog attack case pleads not guilty

Accused in dog attack pleads not guilty By Dan Singleton Round Up The woman charged after two Akita dogs attacked a man and a woman on a Didsbury-area acreage in July will go to trial in November.

Town council news

Sundre town council has deferred a scheduled vote on a motion calling for the municipality to stop maintaining an unregistered road on school property that runs along the south side of Snake Hill and just west of the high school.