All Decked Out

On one end of Acme's Main Street, the damage of a weekend ATM bank robbery was in plain view, but at the other end of the street it was beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Volunteers with the Community Angels and the Acme MSP (Municipal Sustainability) Committee had out their shaky ladders, and were attempting to cover a fairly tall tree extra-large sized Christmas balls. It is all part of Acme's First Annual Lighting of the Christmas Tree celebration, slated for Friday, December 10, from 6

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Members of the Three Hills Thrashers pose with Angie Stewart, of Kneehill Regional FCSS, and 104 stuffed animals. The Teddies are from the Teddy Bear Toss that took place at November 20th's Thrashers game. These toys are to be distributed through the following services: Christmas Hampers, Healthy Families, Family Resource Workers, and Three Hills Victim Services.

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Pete McRae gave Kneehill Council an update on its water service projects at their regular Council meeting of Nov. 23. For the Selkirk WSA, plowing is 100% complete, drilling was 92%, service connections 51% (119 of 231) and valves 60% complete. Pressure testing and chlorinating will tentatively be completed by Dec. 20, 2010. At Kirkpatrick WSA the pumps have (finally) been installed and tested. The tentative date for systems to be operational were for the last week of November. "There are curren

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Residents of areas around Sunnyslope and Torrington came out in droves for the Kneehill County Water open house information meeting for Phase 4 of its water project.
Roughly 120 people converged on Sunnyslope Hall on Monday evening (Nov. 29) to receive clarification on the specifics of signing up for water, or to protest this final chapter in the County's Water Service project. Angry voices dominated the first half of the meeting, finding ridicule with any answer or explanation given by the Reev

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