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Little Red flooding hits Westward Ho

Little Red flooding hits Westward Ho

Sundre Round Up photographer Noel West, left, and camper Scott Skjerdal make their way along a roadway at the Westward Ho campground Friday.

Code Adam program works as planned

An emergency program in place at Sundre Sobeys designed to protect youngsters from possible abduction worked as planned during a recent incident – much to the delight of management, staff and especially one very happy and relieved mom.

Music maker gets people thinking

Sundre High School Grade 11 music composer Sydney Reimer says she writes songs she hopes will give listeners a chance to make his or her own interpretation, to find their own meaning in her music and words.

Sundre composer loves sharing experiences

Sundre High School Grade 11 music composer Sydney Reimer says she writes songs she hopes will give listeners a chance to make his or her own interpretation, to find their own meaning in her music and words.

Fire bans in effect for entire province

The Stelmach government has imposed a fire ban for the entire province in an effort to take pressure off hard-pressed firefighters battles dozens of blazes across Alberta.

Youth curfew being considered

A new nighttime curfew for Sundre could go a long way towards reducing instances of petty mischief such as vandalism in town, councillors heard during last week's governance committee meeting. Sundre RCMP Const.
Helping hands for Slave Lake relief

Helping hands for Slave Lake relief

Caption: Kay Packer (right) hands a package of bedding to Moe Fahey during a Slave Lake Fire Victim relief effort on Wednesday.
Chamber News

Chamber News

The Sundre and District Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the Town of Sundre's Economic Development Committee to undertake a survey of local business owners. Committee member Monica St.
U-16s Girls battle Carstairs at home

U-16s Girls battle Carstairs at home

The Sundre U-16 Girls team takes on Carstairs at the Bergen Field last week. The teams finished up with a rare nil-nil tie. Sundre netminder Merody Maiklem got the shutout. Meanwhile, the U-16 boys played in Three Hills last week, tying 3 - 3.

Mayor's Corner Column

P3 Projects, how do they work and are they a benefit to municipalities? Since the inception of the proposed replacement of our aging arena through a public/private partnership, the community has had many conversations on the topic.