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Country music legends coming to Sundre

The Sundre Community Centre will be filled with the sounds of traditional country music April 3 as the Canadian County Music Legends concert series makes a stop in town.

Fishing derby lots of fun

The 4th annual Sundre Forest Products Family Day fish derby was once again a success. We had 94 brave participants tackle the cold weather and come out to enjoy a day of free fishing.
Petition filed to stop east side services project

Petition filed to stop east side services project

The town's multi-million dollar East Side Servicing Local Improvement Project is in serious jeopardy of being put on hold for at least a year after a petition was presented to the town on Friday afternoon.

Latest Jungle Jim Hunter proposal goes to committee

A proposed memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the Town of Sundre and Jungle Jim Hunter Management (JHM) has been forwarded to the town's facilities committee for review.

Palliative Care Association launches fundraiser

The Sundre Palliative Care Association has kicked off a new fundraising effort aimed at raising about $4,000 for the construction of a new cedar gazebo on the hospital grounds.

Town council briefs

New CAO hired The Town of Sundre has hired a new chief administrative officer. Ryan Leuzinger, formerly with the Town of Sterling, will officially take over the CAO position on March 21.

Organizers of a petition want better price

Organizers of a petition aimed at putting the east side water and waste water project on hold or even stopping it altogether say the project cost to commercial and industrial properties is simply unaffordable for many owners.
Jungle Jim Hunter makes modified facility proposal

Jungle Jim Hunter makes modified facility proposal

Jungle Jim Hunter has presented a modified proposal for a multi-million dollar Sundre recreation facility, including two ice arenas, to town council.
Fortis contributes to town, library

Fortis contributes to town, library

FortisAlberta representatives Kevin Haslbeck and Joelle Lamontagne present an energy efficiency monitor to Sundre Library representative Sandra Huchala. Fortis donated 60 of the monitors to libraries across Parkland.

New Metis display opens at museum

Dozens of people, including numerous Metis dignitaries, attended the official unveiling of a new Metis heritage display at the Sundre Pioneer Museum during Winterfest.