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Unwilling east side seniors pay $7,000 deposit

Unwilling east side seniors pay $7,000 deposit

Although most north side property owners on Sundre's east side have paid the $7,000 service fee before the controversial Nov. 14 deadline, it has been a struggle for some to come up with the cash, especially seniors and retirees.

Departing Dr. Irvine retiring with gratitude

Locals are encouraged to celebrate the dedication of their family doctors during Family Doctor Appreciation Week in Canada, Nov. 12 to 17. And the soon to be departing Dr.

Inconvenient truths to save the world

Well hello citizens of Sundre. I should probably introduce myself to those I haven't hassled with those pesky reporter's questions already. They call me Patricia Riley (Trish for short), and I have been living on this beautiful Earth for 19 years.

Open house dates set to discuss parks' future

The town has set two open house dates this month for the public to give its input into the long-term use of public lands, including Sundre's parks system. The open houses will be held Wednesday, Nov. 28 from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Sundre Community Choir brings seasonal joy

Sundre Community Choir brings seasonal joy

For the fourth consecutive year members of the Sundre Community Choir are hard at work preparing for the Christmas season.
Mayor apologizes to east side residents

Mayor apologizes to east side residents

Mayor Annette Clews has apologized to east side residents on behalf of town council for the breakdown in communications on its policy for citizens to pay its share for the new multi-million dollar water and waste waster service.

Museum facing critical budget request

The Sundre & District Historical Society is hoping the town meets its budget request of $17,600 to help with escalating utility costs that are putting a serious strain on finances for the local volunteer-based organization.
Path clears for Country Road RV plan

Path clears for Country Road RV plan

Country Road RV is one step closer to realizing its ambitious million dollar expansion plan.

Province reinstates Agriflu influenza vaccine

The town's flu vaccination clinic at the Sundre Community Centre will be open this month following the province's decision last week to reinstate the use of the Agriflu influenza vaccine.
Banks set to rescue east side residents

Banks set to rescue east side residents

Sundre's financial institutions are rallying to help east side residents who are under pressure to meet a town imposed deadline to pay a $7,000 fee to connect to the new multi-million dollar water and waste water service lines.