Ribbon cut to officially open the newly renovated Carbon Skating Rink

The Village of Carbon enjoyed a wonderful community celebration on Saturday, December 7. The day got started with a Christmas Market at the Carbon Community Centre hosted by the Carbon Library from noon to 4 pm. There were 34 tables featuring a wide assortment of Christmas gift ideas. Everything from bird houses to jewelery, crafts and even dog treats were available. There was a silent auction held with all proceeds going to the Carbon Library.

When the sun went down everyone headed for the Car

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Historic investment in rural policing

Alberta is adding more than 500 RCMP positions in rural communities across the province and fostering new public safety partnership with municipalities.

The Government of Alberta’s new police funding model will inject more than $286 million over five years into frontline law enforcement for these additional RCMP officer and civilian positions. This new cost-sharing partnership will see small and rural communities begin to pay a portion of frontline policing costs, bringing them into line

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Ground-breaking held for Water Treatment Plant Upgrades

Town of Three Hills Administration and Council gathered on Monday, Dec. 2, 2019, with Chandos Construction and ISL Engineering to break ground on the Water Treatment Plant Upgrade Project. This $16.7 million project is the largest that the Town has undertaken since the original Plant was built in 1981.

In 2018, Town of Three Hills Council started the process of planning upgrades to the Town of Three Hills Water Treatments Plant. After successful receiving $8.9 million in grant funding through A

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Jasper Lorentzen receives Grammy Award Nomination as member of Po’ Ramblin’ Boys

The U.S. bluegrass band Po’ Ramblin’ Boys is one of five bands being nominated for a Best Bluegrass Album at the 2020 Grammy Awards.

Jasper Lorentzen, second son of Tim and Vanessa, and grandson to Lorentz and Mary Lou of Three Hills, joined the band at its formation in 2014.

Jasper says that he started learning classical guitar when he was 8 or 9. When he was about 15 he switched to the upright bass and has been focused only on the that since then.

The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys

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