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Nurses say elder abuse must be brought out into the open

Nurses say elder abuse must be brought out into the open A growing number of Canadian seniors are rapidly becoming vulnerable to elder abuse.

Profit captures Medidine Hat Derby

Cochrane chuckwagon driver, Grant Profit captured his first event on the current 2011 World Professional Chuckwagon Racing Association schedule as he won the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede Derby held over the weekend.
Residents advised to be bear smart

Residents advised to be bear smart

Sundre Fish and Wildlife officers are advising residents to be on the lookout for signs of bears after a black bear had to be tranquilized in town last week and a second report of bear tracks was phoned in Friday.

Seniors committee moving ahead with plans

With Alberta recognizing Seniors' Week 2011 this week, a multi-stakeholder committee recently formed to identify and address seniors needs in the community is moving forward, says town councillor Myron Thompson.

Elder abuse fight must include public help, say police

The general public can play an important role in identifying and combating senior abuse, with every public tip to police giving officers a helping hand in stopping or even preventing such crime.

U-16 boys finish first

The Sundre U-16 boys took on Carstairs at the Bergen Field last week. The Sundre team won 4 - 0 setting up the regular season final against Olds at Olds College last Thursday.

Sundre rodeo 2001 promises to be one of best ever

Sundre rodeo 2001 promises to be one of best ever By Linda Burrell, President Sundre Rodeo and Race Association Years ago the Sundre Rodeo and Race Association was established by a group of dedicated volunteers to promote professional rodeo in Sundre
Latest flooding a dire warning, say SOS member

Latest flooding a dire warning, say SOS member

The recent flooding of the Little Red Deer River and high water in other area rivers and creeks should serve as a clear warning of the need to do something about Red Deer River bank erosion in town, according to the Chamber of Commerce's Save Our Sun

Back in the wagon box

Another exciting season of professional chuckwagon racing commenced this past weekend in Grande Prairie, AB as the running of the Grande Prairie Stompede Championship attracted 36 of the best wagoners on the World Professional Chuckwagon Association
U-12 A team beats Bowden

U-12 A team beats Bowden

The Sundre U-12 A soccer team played Bowden at the High School Field last week. The local team won 2 -1, getting goals from Matthew Seidle and Jacob Tetreault.