Unofficial 2017 Municipal Election results

The unofficial 2017 Municipal Election results are as follows.

TOWN OF THREE HILLS

Voter turnout 1065, which is approximately 46.41%.

Incumbent Timothy Shearlaw, acclaimed Mayor.

Elected to the six Councillor positions are: Raymond Wildeman 698, Incumbent Harold Leo 559, Marilyn Sept 518, Incumbent Vernon Wiebe 512, John Hamm 506, Incumbent Al Campbell elected 477.

Not elected: Corey Mottus 472, Incumbent Ronald Howe 397, Incumbent Terry Ann Diack 338, Incumbent David Nadeau 320, Robert Cuthill

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More robberies and arrests keep RCMP busy

While Linden and Acme people were voting at the polls, RCMP were tracking down and investigating stolen vehicles, suspicious persons and vehicles, and break and enters. The police activities began around 11:00 p.m., Monday, October 16 with an arrest made in Linden. However, more than one group was out during the night and more activity was reported between 4:30 a.m. and 5:00 a.m., Tuesday, going to about 7:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. The details of these occurrences are freshly underway, being exa

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Single vehicle rollover results in fatality

Both Carbon Fire and Linden Fire & Rescue were dispatched to an early morning rollover south of Carbon on Saturday, October 14.

At 12:30 a.m., the driver of a Chevrolet pickup, westbound on Twp. Rd. 28-4, approximately 1 km east of Hwy 836, appeared to have lost control and the vehicle entered the north ditch and rolled on its roof.

The male driver, estimated to be in his 30’s, was the lone occupant and was partially ejected from the vehicle. Upon arrival of Three Hills EMS, the male

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ATCO supports Village School Project

ATCO Power Line Technician Team Lead John Dorn presented Rosalie Lammle, President of the Kneehill Historical Society, with a cheque for $3420, in support of the 1st Village School Project at the Kneehill Historical Museum & Visitor Information Centre at Three Hills.

ATCO’s Team helped Society volunteers from start to finish and their assistance with the relocation of the Village School from downtown Three Hills to the Museum property has been outstanding. John and his team provided a

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