Prairie hosts annual Global Connections Conference

Prairie College hosted its annual Global Connections Conference on March 13th and 14th from the Rick Down Athletic Centre.

This year’s theme was “Unseen” and sought to bring awareness to the plight of the Dalit caste in India–the lowest caste in the Hindu religion.

The main speaker for the event was Rev. Dr. Joseph D’Souza, Archbishop of the Good Shepherd Church of India. He is the founder of the Dalit Freedom Network, and the CEO of Operation Mobilization in India

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RCMP Musical Ride returns to Three Hills

Three Hills Legion and Three Hills Elks, in partnership with the Three Hills RCMP, are excited to be bringing the RCMP Musical Ride back again to Three Hills on Tuesday, July 23, 2019.

Representing a colourful tradition and ceremony through the horse and the scarlet uniform, the RCMP created a spectacle known around the world as the Musical Ride. Formed in 1873 by the North West Mounted Police, the Musical Ride provides Canadians, from coast to coast, with the opportunity to experience part of

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Chiefs to host Bantam D Provincial Hockey Championships

Bantam D Provincial Hockey Championships go March 14-17, 2019 at the Trochu and Three Hills Arenas.

Our own Kneehill Chiefs will be in action in round-robin play in Trochu on Friday at 11 am and 7:30 pm and Saturday at 5 pm in Three Hills.

The official opening ceremonies will be held Friday, March 15 at 6:30 pm in the Trochu Arena.

A full slate of round-robin games will be played Friday and Saturday in both arenas between teams from Valleyview, Fairview, Saddle Lake, Swan Hills, Ponoka, Okotoks

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Huxley Curling Club celebrates 70th Anniversary

This past winter marks the 70th Anniversary of the Huxley Curling Club. We credit the dedicated volunteers from past to present for keeping the curling going. Today, we have the fourth generations of curlers investing their time and energy into the club.

Curling was getting popular in our area after WWII. Some local guys had been curling in Elnora. Other people had seen the game played. Inspired by the enthusiasm of a small group, the community of Huxley had a two-sheet curling rink built, paid

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