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Doug Collie

Doug Collie

Doug Collie joined the Olds Albertan in 2014 as editor. He covers municipal politics, news, community events, arts and entertainment and sports happening in and around Bowden and Olds.

Recent Work by Doug

Attempted theft at Bowden-area business causes fuel spill

Attempted theft at Bowden-area business causes fuel spill

Alberta Environment assessing expected 'substantial' damage to the environment
Olds pub defies orders, remains open for in-person dining

Olds pub defies orders, remains open for in-person dining

"If they’re willing to close down Walmart, I’m willing to close down," says pub owner
Olds RCMP seek witnesses to collision involving 11-year-old child

Olds RCMP seek witnesses to collision involving 11-year-old child

Emergency services were called to the scene at Vista Road at Vera Close on Monday, April 12
Olds Chamber of Commerce executive chosen

Olds Chamber of Commerce executive chosen

Officers will serve for the remainder of 2021 and into 2022
Update: Police name man arrested after walking in Olds with firearm

Update: Police name man arrested after walking in Olds with firearm

Suspect refused to drop gun when asked to by a peace officer and fled
OC men's v'ball team may be the best in years

OC men's v'ball team may be the best in years

Mix of vets, rookies and international players has head coach excited for upcoming season
Olds, Bowden firefighters, officers respond to chemicals left in three locations

Olds, Bowden firefighters, officers respond to chemicals left in three locations

Containers were found on two locations in Mountain View County and one in Red Deer County
Olds College volleyball player congratulated on move to next level

Olds College volleyball player congratulated on move to next level

Thundersky Walkingbear has received many awards for his play since he joined three years ago
Virtual reality glasses purchased for Olds hospice clients

Virtual reality glasses purchased for Olds hospice clients

Canmore's Danny Elliott Gariepy raised $1,300 by offering to have his long hair cut
Virtual reality glasses purchased for Olds hospice clients

Virtual reality glasses purchased for Olds hospice clients

Canmore's Danny Elliott Gariepy raised $1,300 by offering to have his long hair cut