Taking Care of Business

Trochu Valley School & Junior Achievement (JA) joined forces this February to offer 30 Grade 10 students the opportunity to operate 2 business ventures.  Vice-principal Debbie Barkman took the challenge of splitting the students into two separate business ventures.  Tuff Enuff sold custom first aid kits and Fat Jay's offered a full concession at the school.  Both business ventures were a success due to the hard work of the students and the support of the communities at large.

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Dry Island Buffalo Jump eyed as Eco-Tourist destination

Birds, animals, and twisty trails winding through the deep river valley. Just the way we like it.

But a tourist hotel, interpretive signs, and marked walking paths at Dry Island Buffalo Jump? Might not be the way we like it.
If an expensive steering committee, dreams and plans, politicians, and other special-interest groups see their influence bear fruit, the new face of Dry Island Buffalo Jump Provincial Park (DIBJ) will not only differ from "just the way we like it", but could evolve into wha

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The Three Hills RCMP has received a report of a cat being shot with a pellet. This incident occurred in The Town of Three Hills sometime in the month of May. Vet bills to have this animal treated was expensive. Furthermore, this act is a criminal offence Section 446 of the Criminal Code of Canada with a possible punishment of six months in custody and a fine of a $2000. If anyone has any information about this crime or any other crime please notify the Three Hills RCMP at 403-443-5539.
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It was graduation time at Three Hills Playschool on Thursday, June 10. Parents, grandparents and friends gathered to support their little ones. Winners of the Annual Playschool Raffle were Cam Russell ($500), June Perreault ($250), Larry Gall and Shirley Harms ($100) and $50 winners were Shelby Cinnamon, Rob Harms, Blake Reid, Harold King and Janet Cook.

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