Clarification needed in Cannabis Retail Sales Bylaw

The regular Three Hills Town Council meeting was called to order at 5:35 pm on September 24.
Councillors considered two By-Laws, six items under “New Business”, gave their Councillor’s reports and Mayor’s Report, and reviewed the Management Reports. One item of correspondence was received to be filed.
The financial statements for the month ending August 31 were presented and received as presented.
The regular (public) meeting ended at 6:45 and a closed session had two items

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Mother Nature marked the coming of fall with a big dump of snow. A heavy blanket of wet snow covered most of South Central Alberta the night of Friday, September 21 and into Saturday, September 22. Warmer daytime temperatures have since returned and the snow has disappeared. Harvest has been put on hold indefinitely.

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ATCO and Samsung C & T host Kneehill 2 Solar Open House

Approximately 35 people attended an open house on Thursday, September 20, 2018 hosted by ATCO and Samsung C & T who sought to answer questions from the public regarding the proposed Kneehill 2 Solar Generation Facility Project anticipated to be built 2 km northwest of the town of Three Hills. Residents may remember the Kneehill 1 solar field which was proposed one year ago, has since been approved, and is awaiting construction. Solar energy is a hot commodity, especially in the sun rich are

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Another great start for Prairie College

A brand new school year is underway at Prairie College. After a busy summer of recruiting and planning, the school’s 96th year has begun with a total of 265 students, 125 of those being new students. Al Mertes, Director of Enrollment and Marketing at the College said that new students enjoyed the annual Freshman Retreat which ran in early September, noting “everyone had a great time at Freshman Retreat, out at Camp Harmattan” that this new group of students “is an inclus

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