Man apprehended by police

Three Hills RCMP responded to 44 calls to service over the last week.

At about 3:30 pm on Thursday, September 24 an off-duty police officer was in the Circle K Convenience Store, in Three Hills. There was a caucasian male with a late model GMC Sierra pickup. The man was wearing a face mask. The truck was being refueled.

The off-duty officer ran the plate and it turned out that the truck had been stolen in Rimbey that morning.

Two police vehicles arrived and blocked the truck from exiting. Membe

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Three Hills Council meets new Commanding Officer

Three Hills Town Council Meeting, September 28, 2020

Mayor Shearlaw called the regular meeting of the Three Hills Town Council to order at 5:30 PM September 28.

The agenda was approved as presented as were the minutes of the September 14, regular Council Meeting.

Mayor Shearlaw and Council members were glad to welcome RCMP Corporal Resus Organ, Interim Commanding Officer, and Sgt. Jamie Day, newly arrived for his posting in Three Hills. Sgt. Day and his family are anxious to get settled into Th

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Acme Flooding Disaster Recovery Program Application-Approved

The Village of Acme received notice on September 28 that their application for the “Flooding Disaster Recovery Program has been approved. The Acme website has this notification:

FLOODING DISASTER RECOVERY PROGRAM APPLICATION - APPROVED!

The Village of Acme’s DRP Application for the overland flooding we experienced in May has been approved!

To read more about the next steps for residents and to begin your application process,

please go to: https://www.alberta.ca/disaster-recovery-pro

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Fire Engines delivered to Communities through Collaboration

On September 28, 2020, Kneehill County’s regional fire services were further enhanced with the delivery of four brand new fire trucks to the fire halls in the Town of Trochu, Village of Carbon, Village of Acme, and Hamlet of Torrington. The engines will be fully operational and in service within the next couple of weeks.

Prior to 2020, Kneehill County owned 100% of these engines through a Master Fire Agreement between all municipalities. The fire engines were previously funded solely thro

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