Prairie College welcomes back students

Prairie College is back in the classroom for the year, grateful to be teaching both on-campus and online.

New and returning students have now been on campus for two weeks, with no cases of COVID-19 at the time of writing. Students, staff, and faculty have been required to wear masks when in close proximity to others, and together, with sanitation efforts, the campus has been kept safe and healthy. The first two weeks after students’ arrival was likely the most risky period, and now studen

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Waffles on Main serving the community a fresh, new idea

Add community support to a fresh, new idea and you get “Waffles on Main”, in Three Hills.

Owner/operator Lisa Dau says, “I wanted something for the community that filled evenings and weekends. The idea for waffles with different toppings comes from that.”

Waffles on Main opened its doors at 910 Main Street (directly north of Anderson Park) on March 13, 2020. One week later the COVID-19 pandemic kicked in. But support from the community and family have allowed this new bu

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Three Hills Recycling Depot receives Collection Site Award of Excellence

The Alberta Recycling Management Authority has recognized the Town of Three Hills, population of under 5000, with this citation:

“Three Hills Recycling Depot/Town of Three Hills- Recognized for exceptional dedication to providing Electronics, Paint and Tire Collection Sites that are organized, convenient and safe for residents and businesses to use.”

Mark Collier, the sole attendant at the Three Hills Recycling Depot for the past eight years, has done much to contribute to the Depot

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County holds Public Hearing for Land Use Bylaw 1808

Kneehill County held a Regular Meeting of Council on Tuesday, September 8, 2020, which was called to order at 8:31am by Reeve Jerry Wittstock.

The first item on Council’s agenda was Request For Decision (RFD) 5.1 “Municipal Stimulus Program Funding” presented by Director of Transportation Brad Buchert. The County just received funding from the Provincial Government for the replacement of the Hesketh Bridge, therefore Buchert needed Council’s authorization to re-allocate

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