Three Hills RCMP report that GTI Petroleum in Trochu fell victim to a break and enter Friday, November 12, at about 5:45 AM.
According to police, three males, wearing masks and gloves gained entry by prying open a door.
Upon gaining entry, the thieves made off with approximately $4,000 in tobacco products. They were caught on video surveillance. The trio left the scene in a dark colored F350 pickup.
RCMP in the Fort McLeod region reported trying to stop a stolen, dark colored F350.
The truck tri

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Acme-Linden Foodgrains harvest breaks records

The Acme-Linden Foodgrains Project has now completed its 7th year and this crop of canola combined with donations has garnered this project as the best ever contribution.
Earl Jeninga, committee coordinator, was extremely pleased with the harvest in spite of summer weather conditions, some hail, and later than average crops throughout the area. "In spite of 17% hail we got 300 tonnes from this canola crop, which is about 54 bushels an acre. An average canola crop is between 40 to 60 bushels an

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Linden Fall Fair and Trade Show

The best way for a small business to prosper and grow is to have exposure. The Linden Fall Fair and Trade Show is a perfect opportunity for vendors of all types to offer their unique product to the community.
At last Saturday's show, over 80 tables filled Dr. Elliot School Gym, overflowed into the hallway, and down into the Linden Cultural Center, anxious to attract the attention of the patrons.
Samples of coffee, enriched with the 100% certified organic herb, Ganoderma Lucidum, was being pass

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Debbie Barkman, Principal of Trochu Valley School, along with Marlene Frere, Graduation 2010 Coordinator, present Paula Kowalchuk, Treasurer of Trochu Hall Society, with a cheque in the amount of $2,010. The funds were donated by the 2010 Graduating Class, along with an additional $500 donated by Safe Grad 2010, which will be put towards a new projection screen for the hall.

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