Trochu Motors celebrates 70th Anniversary

Bill Hurley (right), AGCO Vice President of Operations & Sales for North America congratulates Jack Stankievech and Rich Meding of Trochu Motors.

Established in 1947 by brothers John and Aaron Stankievech, Trochu Motors has reached its 70 year milestone by serving the agricultural community like no other, and that community came out in large numbers to support Jack Stankievech, Rich Meding and the Trochu Motors team at their anniversary celebration on Wednesday evening, April 12 at the Troc

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Three Hills Ministerial hosts Good Friday Service

The Three Hills Ministerial annual Good Friday Service filled the gymnasium of the Three Hills School with congregants from the following plus other visitors: Bethel Evangelical Missionary Church, Bethel Fellowship Church, Knox United Church, Manor Gospel, Mount Olive Evangelical Free Church, Prairie Bible Institute, Prairie Tabernacle Congregation, St. Barnabas Anglican Church, St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church and Victory Church. Impactful because of its simplicity, the service consist

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New hall to serve Carbon Fire Department

The Village of Carbon and its Fire Department witnessed the construction of their new fire hall in just under one month, beginning February 10.

“It’s a shell, a bare bones building at the moment with 6500 sq. ft of usable space, including the upstairs mezzanine floor,” said Marty Morgan, Fire Chief. He explains that the walls are 20 feet in height to allow for the mezzanine, a height which the members can utilize for second-storey ladder training. “It’s basically a

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The Linden Fire Department was able to perform their annual Linden Coulee burn off on Tuesday evening, April 11. This year it was the northern section of the coulee dam that received the treatment. The controlled burn is to help prevent the quick spread of burning, tall, dry grasses in the event of an accidental fire. The department uses the event as a practice night and it takes about two hours.

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