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Place of honour at parade

Place of honour at parade

The Sundre Royal Canadian Legion float had a place of honour near the front of the 2011 Sundre Chamber of Commerce parade route.

Postmaster pleased things getting back to normal

Sundre postmaster Karin Roberts says she and her staff are pleased to be back at work this week after being caught in the middle of the Canada Post labour disruption. The Sundre post office started accepting mail again on Monday morning.
Aboriginal Day recognizes proud history

Aboriginal Day recognizes proud history

Many local and area residents, including several River Valley school classes, attended the 4th annual Sundre Museum festivities in recognition of National Aboriginal Day on June 21.

Best Western hotel coming to Sundre

After more than two years in the works, plans are now moving into high gear to construct ann 80-room Best Western Mountain View Inn and Suites hotel on Main Avenue in east Sundre, say officials.

Papers available at Round Up

Attention: Sundre Round Up subscribers Due to the postal strike, subscribers can pick up their newspapers at the Sundre Round Up office at 103 - 2nd Street N.W. after noon on Tuesday.

Sundre shop site remediation plan in the works

Sundre shop site cleanup plan in the works By Dan Singleton Round Up staff Work is underway to prepare a remediation plan for the former Mountain View County shop property off Centre Street S.W. near the museum grounds, town councillors heard.

Town employee helping in Slave Lake

Town council for 6-21 Town employee helping in Slave Lake By Dan Singleton Round Up staff During last week's regular council meeting, councillors approved sending Town of Sundre executive assistant Jacci Hager to the Town of Slave Lake for two weeks.
Child hearing health a must

Child hearing health a must

Parents with children up to the age of five years should be sure to take the time to make sure their youngsters are reaching important milestones when it comes to hearing and speech.

New treasurer needed at chamber of commerce

The Sundre and District Chamber of Commerce is looking for an interim treasurer after treasurer Amie Flowerday had to step down from the position due to health reasons, chamber members heard last week.

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.