Linden Fire Department volunteers held their Annual Fundraising Breakfast on Saturday, July 8 serving around 460 and raising $8200 in cash and donations. This was followed by a demonstration to show the explosive danger of trying to use water to put out a kitchen fire from cooking oil.

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Sun shines on Three Hills Canada 150 Summer Celebration

The Three Hills Canada 150 Summer Celebration was a big success from start to finish.

The Three Hills Ball ‘n’ Bash saw 16 Mixed Slo-pitch teams battle it out from Friday evening to Sunday’s final. The “A” event went to the Swalwell Mud Hens, “B” went to the Bulldogs, “C” went to Kapapach and the “D” event was claimed by the Bench Warmers. Action wrapped up at about 6 pm Sunday.

Saturday’s Pancake Breakfast served about 350

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Anderson Park packed for Canada 150 Community Church Service

An estimated crowd of 600 attended the Canada 150 Community Church Service at Anderson Park, in Three Hills, on Sunday, July 2, 2017, at 10:30 am.

The crowd stood as our Canadian National Anthem played and the flag bearers were led by Cst. John McLachlin of the Three Hills RCMP.

Congregational members of all Three Hills Ministerial Churches, and interested members of the community, attended the sun-drenched service. Member churches include Bethel Evangelical Missionary Church, Bethel Fellowship

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Gray reunion to reconnect families, in Three Hills, this Canada Day

The Gray Family (some spell it Grey), trace their Canadian beginnings to Scottish brothers Robert and William Gray who settled in Canada in 1882 (Robert) and 1888 (William) and were employed by the Hudson Bay Company.

Although both brothers began families, they lost touch with each other and seemed to have gone their separate ways.

In a story that sounds as if it should be taken up as a novel, the two streams have been reconnected in a most surprising way. The Gray Reunion being held in Three H

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