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Dan Singleton

Dan Singleton

Dan Singleton is the editor of the Mountain View Gazette who joined the newspaper in 2012 after serving as Sundre Round Up editor since 1994. He covers news, courts, municipal politics and community events. He is also a longtime columnist.

Email
dsingleton@olds.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Dan

UCP candidates outline plans at Olds forum

UCP candidates outline plans at Olds forum

Between 350-400 people attended a forum in Olds on June 27 which attracted five of eight United Conservative Party leadership candidates
Province providing more support for Ukrainians

Province providing more support for Ukrainians

New social supports are being provided to Ukrainian nationals arriving in Alberta from their war-torn homeland, the province said Monday.
Cremona School Class of 2022 showed great “effort and dedication”

Cremona School Class of 2022 showed great “effort and dedication”

Cremona grads celebrate first indoor ceremony since 2019
Forty-two Carstairs graduates celebrated

Forty-two Carstairs graduates celebrated

Forty-two 2022 grads celebrate graduation at Hugh Sutherland School in Carstairs
Commentary: Clare’s Law updates needed and welcome

Commentary: Clare’s Law updates needed and welcome

Updates to legislation will provide more information.
Didsbury High School graduates showed “resilience and determination”

Didsbury High School graduates showed “resilience and determination”

Didsbury High School class of 2022 congratulated overcoming pandemic challenges to graduate
Mountain View County council updated on site monitoring, cleanup

Mountain View County council updated on site monitoring, cleanup

Presentation on county-owned contaminated sites as required by provincial legislation took place during recent meeting
McDougal Flats gravel pit permit approved

McDougal Flats gravel pit permit approved

Mountain View County's municipal planning commission has approved a development permit for an aggregate extraction/processing and beaming project in the McDougal Flats rural neighbourhood west of Sundre
Time-delayed safes in pharmacies now mandatory

Time-delayed safes in pharmacies now mandatory

New, province-wide regulations will come into effect today (July 1) and should help protect staff and customers, says Didsbury's Brad Blatz
Chinook’s Edge pleased with new fuel funding, superintendent says

Chinook’s Edge pleased with new fuel funding, superintendent says

Extra diesel fuel dollars allocated by the province could provide school division with $100,000 that won't have to come from other division budgets, says Kurt Sacher