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Powerful winds damage town’s operations building

Powerful winds damage town’s operations building

Extent of damage caused by storm in Sundre was still being assessed
Spruce budworm boom not yet cause for concern, says entomologist

Spruce budworm boom not yet cause for concern, says entomologist

Provincial entomologist says insects natural part of forests and are monitored
Sundre tax arrear properties auction date set

Sundre tax arrear properties auction date set

Oct. 26 sale date set along with minimum reserve bids determined by market value
Photo gallery: Sundre High School 2021 graduation

Photo gallery: Sundre High School 2021 graduation

There were 75 students in the 2021 graduating class
Sundre Skatepark safety upgrade approved

Sundre Skatepark safety upgrade approved

Roughly $5,200 flat, concrete pad to improve safety
Environment minister responds to coal concerns from Sundre meeting

Environment minister responds to coal concerns from Sundre meeting

“There are not several mines that are being applied for,” Jason Nixon told Town of Sundre council
Celebrating the good, reflecting on past injustice

Celebrating the good, reflecting on past injustice

Reconciliation requires confronting prejudice and racism, mayor says
Patio encroachment in Sundre allowed for temporary period

Patio encroachment in Sundre allowed for temporary period

Owner responsible for cost to remove structure if town needs access
Sundre’s backyard hen proponent eager for progress

Sundre’s backyard hen proponent eager for progress

Owen Petersen encouraged by introduction of chicken bylaws in neighbouring towns
The curious case of Chicken Little

The curious case of Chicken Little

Sundre-area resident shares story of upland grouse who befriended him