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Riverbank stabilization project still awaiting key approvals

Riverbank stabilization project still awaiting key approvals

With about half of the 15,000 tonnes of rock for the riverbank stabilization project now piled and ready for use, the town is still awaiting approval from a number of provincial and federal departments, said Ron Baker, town director of operational se
Dangerous dog hearing underway following Olds attack

Dangerous dog hearing underway following Olds attack

A dangerous dog hearing called after an Olds woman had a large chunk of flesh ripped from her arm during a dog attack last summer is underway in Didsbury provincial court.
Sundre curler's team doing very well at Nationals

Sundre curler's team doing very well at Nationals

Sundre curler's team doing very well at Nationals By Bev Konschuh, For the Round Up Pull quote: The team seemed to have a bit of trouble with their weight in the first couple of ends but continued to play well ending up with their 4th win with a 9-6

New SPOG chairman has big job ahead

Longtime Sundre Petroleum Operators Group volunteer Dave Brown has been appointed interim chairman of the organization after chairman Harold Gold resigned for work reasons.

Sexually transmitted infection fight a long-term battle

For the first time in almost a decade, the rate of new sexually transmitted infection (STI) cases has fallen in Alberta – a welcome development that points to the success of education programs and the need for the fight to continue.

Resident has given longtime volunteer service to Sundre

For the past forty years Sundre's Doris McNaughton has been a tireless volunteer for the community's young people, seniors and the less fortunate. And all the countless hours and all the effort have certainly been well worthwhile, she says.

Budget about balancing growth and keeping expenses down

Budget about balancing growth and keeping expenses down By Mayor Annette Clews for the Round Up Budget 2012 has proven to be a challenge for Council; balancing the growth of our community while keeping expenses down.

MLA Lund wants to see tourism opportunities expanded in region

MLA Lund wants to see tourism opportunities expanded in region By Dan Singleton Round Up staff Pull quote: ìThat wildlife museum and the museum in Sundre is one of the better kept secrets in the province.î MLA Ty Lund.

Sundre curler excited to compete at national level

Sundre's Becca Konschuh says she is very excited about heading to Ontario this week for the National Junior Curling Championships. Becca's Red Deer Junior Ladies team qualified for nationals with a win at provincials in Medicine Hat.
LEGION EXECUTIVE SWORN IN -

LEGION EXECUTIVE SWORN IN -

The 2012 Legion executive is president Doug McMow, past presidetn Hilda Gamble, 1st VP Marvin Hopkins, 2nd VP Tom Jones, secretary Barbara Schrader, treasurer Lute Holshof, Sergeant-At-Arms Peter Skobleniuk, chaplain Rev.