During the early morning hours of October 9, 2010, Three Hills RCMP responded to a hit and run that occurred on Main Street in Three Hills. The hit and run suspect vehicle ran over a street light on Main Street and 3rd Avenue, causing excessive damage to property. The male suspects had fled. Police caught up to them, and charged the suspects with flight from police and laid numerous provincial statutes charges on the subjects. Alcohol is believed to be a factor.

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Three Hills holds All Candidates Forum

Three Hills acclaimed Mayor Elect Timothy J. Shearlaw opened the All Candidates Forum on the evening of Tuesday, October 5th with an introduction to his mayoral platform. Within his speech, Tim referenced Horatio Thomas Howe (H.T. Howe), who was a member of the first council of Three Hills. H.T. Howe believed in Three Hills, and he once said, "As long as we continue to have good leadership, the Town will always progress."
On that note, Tim presented this years nine candidates, six of whom wil

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The Arboretum Society brought a delegation to Trochu Council for their September 27 meeting to discuss updating the sewer system at the Arboretum and extending the contract for the Cafe. "It is the duty of the Town to put in a proper sewage system." It was explained that the Arboretum has a holding tank/septic system which needs to be pumped frequently to prevent overflow and with the Cafe doing a strong business this past summer it was even more noticeable. The Society felt that the Arboretum w

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Acme History Book Committee donates funds to Acme Community

Acme History Book Committee gives funds from the sale of their History Book to the Acme Agricultural Society. At that same meeting the History Book Committee also thanked the local organizations who donated funds to help finance the publishing of the History Book and were happy to return the donations, back to: The Acme Elks, 1,500.00; Prairie Rose Rebekahs $1,000.00; Acme Seniors Association, $2,000.00 and the Acme Racquetball Club, $500.00.
The committee is thankful for the community's respo

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