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Aquatic society advanced $80,000 to help with cash shortfall

Aquaplex officials have been given a bit of a reprieve from the short-term cash flow problems currently plaguing the facility. Council approved advancing $80,000 in recreational grant money to the Sundre Aquatic Society last Monday.

Four candidates in Wild Rose race

Campaigning in the Wild Rose constituency ramps up this week in the run-up to a May 2 federal election called Saturday after a non-confidence vote brought down the government a day earlier.

Sundre Tim's location merely a rumour

While rumours of a Sundre Tim Hortons location have perked the collective ears of locals, the area franchise owner says nothing is set in stone.

Leuzinger begins interim CAO job

A new interim chief administrative officer has taken the helm of the Town of Sundre effective last Monday. Ryan Leuzinger has been contracted until the end of December.

Trust fund established for deCoverley children

A trust fund has been established for the five children of the late Trish deCoverley who ran Divine Dance in Olds for the last 20 years and recently established a dance school in Sundre.

New vice-president and directors for chamber of commerce

After the recent annual general meeting, the Sundre and District Chamber of Commerce acquired Wendy Morton as its new vice-president.
A century of Jack Morgan

A century of Jack Morgan

Write your Story Here Round Up Staff “What I look like and what I feel like are two different things,” said Sundre land magnate and lifetime resident Jack Morgan.

East side servicing bylaws defeated

East side residents burst into applause at the packed special council meeting last Monday night after the motion for a second reading of the East Side Services Local Improvement Tax Bylaw was defeated.

Local man warns of scam letter in mail

Dennis Kushnerek has lots of unanswered questions and at least one warning for area residents after receiving in the mail an unexpected letter promising him millions of dollars. “Don't fall for this one,” said Kushnerek. The 9th Ave.
No harm to Sundre vacationers in Hawaii

No harm to Sundre vacationers in Hawaii

There were some tense moments last Friday as Central Albertans waited to connect with friends and family in earthquake ravaged Japan and other tsunami threatened countries.