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During last week's council meeting, Sundre town councillors OK'd a request for a relaxation of the town's noise bylaw to allow 24 hour a day construction on the Red Deer River Bridge this summer.

Busy times for peace officer

The first six months on the job for Sundre's new peace officer were busy on several fronts, town councillors heard.

Workout time for Sundre students

Workout time for Sundre students Sundre Grade 10 students get in some exercise during gym class at the Sundre AquaPlex last week.

Attack ads signal bitter election battle ahead

With a federal election becoming more and more likely in 2011, the Harper Tories have launched a series of attack ads aimed at the leadership of the Liberals and NDP.
Sundre curlers credit local support, family for current success

Sundre curlers credit local support, family for current success

Sundre curlers Parker Konschuh and his sister Rebecca are both enjoying a great deal of success these days ñ and they both say the support of their parents and Sundre Curling Club members has been key to their winning ways.

Sundre seniors will be surveyed about housing needs

With the Town of Sundre calling for interested residents to sit on a new advisory committee looking at long-term seniors housing needs in the community, Mountain View Seniors' Housing is planning to have a survey conducted to further gauge local requ

Sundre fire chief happy with proposed cancer coverage

Sundre's fire chief Marty Butts says he is very pleased to hear that the province is proposing to give volunteer firefighters the same cancer coverage as full-time paid firefighters.