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Bull & Wagon driver has decades of experience

Bull & Wagon driver has decades of experience

John McRae and his helper Glen Boland, prepared their pony chuckwagon only hours before the kick off of Bulls & Wagons 2011 on Friday afternoon.
Bridge work on schedule despite rain

Bridge work on schedule despite rain

Vehicles move slowly past construction workers on the Red Deer River Bridge on Thursday. Despite rainy afternoons last week, the bridge rehabilitation work is continuing on schedule, says Ron Baker, town director of operations.

Chamber will work with local doctors on new committee

The Sundre and District Chamber of Commerce has agreed to work with local doctors in an effort to bring new physicians and other health-care workers to town.

Bergen Rocks ready to roll in Red Deer

After three years of being held at the Bergen-area property of Morton Burke, the fourth annual, seven-artist Bergen Rocks International Sculpture Symposium is about to get underway in Red Deer.

Police news

Police news Tank and pump stolen Sundre RCMP are asking for public tips after a pump and tank were stolen On June 16, police receive a report that a 100 gallon Westell-Rosco slip tank and pump was taken from a property northwest of town.
Black bear on Snake Hill leads to warning

Black bear on Snake Hill leads to warning

Residents are being asked to keep their distance from a culvert trap set up after a black bear was spotted on Snake Hill on Sunday. A resident spotted the bear near a garbage can on the east side of the popular recreation area.

Bridge work won't go 24-hours a day until at least August 15

Work on the Main Avenue bridge will not be proceeding at 24 hours at day until at least August 15, town councillors decided Monday.
Twister time in Sundre area

Twister time in Sundre area

A funnel cloud hung over Harmattan during a violent and heavy hail and rainstorm that hammered the entire region Thursday afternoon.
RCMP warn about dangers of approaching suspicious rural properties

RCMP warn about dangers of approaching suspicious rural properties

Sundre RCMP are asking residents and visitors alike to exercise caution if and when they discover suspicious or illegal activities occurring on rural properties or Crown land in the district.

Health consultation gathers lots of useful information

Health consultation gathers lots of useful information By Dan Singleton MVG staff A recently held information-gathering session conducted by the David Thompson Health Advisory Council (DTAC) in Sundre uncovered some very useful and enlightening infor