Thrashers set to return this fall

After a year’s leave of absence to reorganize, the Three Hills Thrashers hockey team has been preparing to take to the ice once more. The Thrashers have been members of the Heritage Junior B Hockey League.

In January, former Thrashers coach and referee Reid Fenton was approached and asked if he’d like to once again get behind the Thrashers bench as their head coach. Fenton, who previously coached the team from their inception in 2002 until 2008, gave it some thought and decided he&r

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Jace Straub signs with Ambrose University

Acme School would like to congratulate Jace Straub as he has signed with Ambrose University to play basketball.

Jace had an exceptional three years playing both volleyball and basketball at Acme High School. Over those years, Jace learned to dominate teams with his strength, skill, and never quit attitude. Jace won two zone banners, three league titles, and a provincial bronze medal playing volleyball at Acme. He also won three league titles and a fifth place at provincials in basketball. Jace

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2020 Golf season in full swing

Golfers in Kneehill County are back on the links after a long winter leading into a pandemic.

Three Hills, Trochu and Acme Golf Courses are all operating following the lead of public health authorities and doing their part to limit the spread of COVID-19. Information is available on their web sites.

There are no walk-ups allowed at this time. Tee-times must be booked before your arrival.

The new clubhouse at the Three Hills Golf Club is open and can sit a 50% capacity inside and on the deck. Fo

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Acme Redmen’s Jovi Custodio signs with Ambrose University

Acme Redmen’s Jovi Custodio has signed with Ambrose University to play with the Lions Men’s Basketball team. Coaches Kurt Ratzlaff and Brent Moldrup had the following to say about Jovi:

“Jovi’s signing with Ambrose is really not a surprise to me. Jovi is not only a talented athlete, he also has an incredible work ethic. I gave Jovi keys to the school when he was in Grade 10, and he spent countless early morning hours working on his skills and conditioning.

Jovi matured s

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