Arlene Morton, with the Royal Bank of Canada presents Jacqui and Ernie Goddard with a cheque for $598.00. The couple are Ambassadors and volunteers for STARS Air Ambulance. The money was raised at RBC's annual community barbecue. In 2009, STARS flew seven missions from Three Hills. Since started in Calgary in 1985, STARS has flown over 19,500 missions.

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The Little Train that could, and always has
Ken Sanderman has played a key role in making the annual Three Hills Kid's Carnival such a memorable event. Ken built his own scale model train, complete with cars that enables him to provide rides, at special events, to kids of all ages. Capital Publisher Tim Shearlaw snapped a photo of Ken and two of his grandsons at last years Kid's Carnival. A framed enlargement created the perfect gift of thanks to Ken, as presented by Three Hills and District Chamber of Commerce President Mark Hosking, at

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These are The Champions My Friends

The always colourful Bishop Grandin Marching Ghosts, of Calgary, were a highlight at the 2010 Three Hills Summer Celebration Grand Parade. Freelance Photographer, Tim Arnold, was the Capital's Eye-In-The-Sky courtesy of a bucket truck supplied by Byrne's Electric. The 100 plus Bishop Grandin Marching Ghosts put on a spectacular performance having just been awarded Best Senior Competition Band, Best Overall Band and Best Canadian Band at the 2010 Calgary Stampede Marching Band Competition and St

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Rob Mayhew's operations report, at the Kneehill County Council meeting July 6, indicated that building materials were stolen from the Selkirk WSA Reservoir site on the evening of June 24. Cement was slated to be poured on Friday, July 2. Chinook Pipelines started work on the Selkirk distribution line June 24 and should be going full tilt by mid July. They will start east of Linden, head south and circle back. Council is toying with the idea of changing the name of this 'Linden' phase of the Selk

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