Linden Firefighters and EMS collect donations for Food Bank

It was an early Christmas moment to see the flashing lights of the Linden Firemen and EMS out in full force with fire trucks going door to door in Linden on Friday evening, December 1 collecting for the local food bank and Christmas baskets. What made the sight even more fantastic were all the lighted trees along the coulee, along with the gazebo, and the display in the coulee campground. It is a phenomenal sight and really helped set the Christmas mood for the gift of giving to the less fortun

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Arts Academy presents ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas is this year’s Children’s Theatre production under the Three Hills Arts Academy. Tiffany Dietz, well known to most theatre patrons for her various roles on stage, is taking on her first Directorship.

The “promo” blurb that supposedly hints at the theme or direction of the play doesn’t really tell us much, but it may add to some sense of mystery.

We read:

“The wild holiday adventures of a mouse, an elf, and a spunky littl

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Rosebud Theatre’s Cariboo Magi takes the stage

Rosebud Theatre’s Christmas Production of Cariboo Magi is on now. It can be said that Three Hills actor Zach Running Coyote, as Joe Mackey is, the “star” that leads the Magi to Barkerville, BC, where they will be thoroughly taxed to tell the Christmas story… like you have never heard it before.

It is the genius and script of the playwright Lucia Frangione that put the convoluted story together that needs to be recognized first. We read of her that “she is an inter

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Linden Fall Fair filled with Christmas gifting ideas

There were so many tantalizing aromas to greet you when you walked into Dr. Elliott School gymnasium and the Linden Cultural Centre for the annual Fall Fair, hosted by Linden and District Agricultural Society. It was held this past Saturday, Nov. 4, with 80 tables and 62 separate vendors and the first ‘demonstration’ in memory.

A novel vegetable peeler was showing off its sharp attributes by peeling even a fresh tomato and shredding cabbage. The little gadget was something to root f

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