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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Linden residents hear from Candidates

The Village of Linden held their candidate forum on the evening of October 5 with an audience of about 70 residents. The evening was well managed with the entire panel pleasantly surprised by the good turnout and hoping that meant a good turnout at the poles. Each of the seven candidates gave a little history on themselves before answering a series of audience questions.
Incumbents Annon Hovde and Darwyn Moon, have the most years experience on Council, helping to forge the direction of the Vil

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RCMP WARN PUBLIC OF HIGH RISK SEX OFFENDER

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, in the interest of public safety, is issuing the following information and warning in regard to John Francis Dionne. John Dionne has a history of violence and sexual offences against females between the ages of 10 and 42 years within the province of Alberta. This individual represents a significant risk to violently or sexually offend against females and has recently been diagnosed HIV positive. John Dionne poses a considerable threat to the community.

 

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An Alberta Agriculture specialist says that producers need to be wary of an early frost and the effect it can have on green feed.
"Nitrates accumulate over time in a frost damaged crop," says Barry Yaremcio, beef/forage specialist, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development. "Typically, the highest accumulations occur four to five days after frost. It is best to cut or harvest the crop within one day of a light or injuring frost."
Nitrate is the form of nitrogen that plant roots take up from the

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