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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.

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dsingleton@olds.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Dan

Mountain View County council could decide on tree removal project today

Mountain View County council could decide on tree removal project today

During its Nov. 16 meeting, Mountain View County decided to defer tree clearing request decision to Nov. 30
Whitecap Resource's $187,532 Mountain View County tax penalty cancelled

Whitecap Resource's $187,532 Mountain View County tax penalty cancelled

Mountain View County administration recommended tax penalty cancellation not be granted for oil and gas company but council voted in favour of it
STARS interested in three-year pledge from Town of Didsbury

STARS interested in three-year pledge from Town of Didsbury

Air ambulance has flown an average of 14.5 missions to Didsbury annually
Commentary: Health crisis needs committed response

Commentary: Health crisis needs committed response

The official Opposition health critic says Premier Smith is more focused on reforming the health system than providing concrete solutions
Grant to help tornado-impacted landowners in Mountain View County

Grant to help tornado-impacted landowners in Mountain View County

Mountain View County entering grant project with province to assist after Bergen-area tornado caused widespread damage south of Sundre in July
Emergency response planning for events in Carstairs expands

Emergency response planning for events in Carstairs expands

Carstairs council approves emergency response plan information organizers must provide when hosting events
Commission approves new use for historic school in Mountain View County

Commission approves new use for historic school in Mountain View County

School first opened in 1905 in Mountain View County is slated to be used as a dwelling
Mountain View County council meeting videos to be kept for four years

Mountain View County council meeting videos to be kept for four years

Video recording of Mountain View County council meetings set to begin in coming weeks
Fracking waterlines will require Mountain View County resident notification

Fracking waterlines will require Mountain View County resident notification

Mountain View County's new road use agreements will now apply to above-ground waterlines in road allowances for oilfield operations
Carstairs council votes against proposed library budget

Carstairs council votes against proposed library budget

Council has concerns about how Parkland Regional Library System requisition determined