A little retrospection can be a good thing

Earlier this month, Alberta marked the second anniversary of the most recent provincial election.
I am eternally grateful to the people of Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills for entrusting me to represent our region. I vowed that day, and continue to this day, that I will put the interests of our families and our communities first.
As our Official Opposition’s House Leader, I have also been blessed with the opportunity to put our voice at the centre of the debate in our Legislature. It is a demandin

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Writing workshop offered at Three Hills Library

Born in Derbyshire, England, author Simon Rose now makes his home in Calgary. Growing up near the Peak District National Park and the town of Chesterfield, famous for its medieval church with the crooked spire, his younger years lent much to his writer’s soul and imagination.
His first novel, The Alchemist’s Portrait, was published in 2003, followed by many more books, both fiction and non-fiction, for young adults, middle grade, and younger readers. He has a degree in history and is

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Garden gets the Royal treatment

Three Hills and District Palliative Care Society member Debby McLetchie has coordinated some work this spring on flowering gardens at the Three Hills Health Centre (THHC). Linda Kreiger, the Volunteer coordinator for THHC, has been more than supportive in this project as well and plans to help in the planting on May 18th. Pictured above is Lori Webb and her daughter, members of a team of volunteers from the Royal Bank of Three Hills, working hard doing spring cleanup on the lawns and flower gar

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The Three Hills Farmers Market opened for the 2017 season on Tuesday, May 16. The Three Hills Curling Rink saw 30 vendors utilize about 45 tables for product sales. The market will operate every Tuesday, throughout the season, from 10 am to 1:30 pm.

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