Sure, February 14 is Valentine’s Day but did you realize it is also Ferris Wheel Day and Library Lovers Day?

If that’s not enough, Olds/Didsbury/Three Hills MLA Nathan Cooper will be in Three Hills, February 14, at the Three Hills Centennial Arena - Encana Room B from 7 pm to 9 pm. Nathan invites all of us to come out and talk about the future of our region.

And even though we don’t have a ferris wheel check your local libraries to see if they’ve planned anything special.

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Congratulations to the staff of the Three Hills Municipal Library on their new facility. This move was made possible when Kneehill County built their new Administrative Building and Kneehill Regional Medical Clinic. This enabled the Town of Three Hills to purchase and renovate the former Kneehill headquarters. This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity provided the town with much-needed space and it was completed without incurring any debt to the Town of Three Hills. The library move was also completed

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Now that Christmas is behind us and the New Year is well underway, I thought it would be a good idea to give everyone a few tips on responding to letters and/or cartoons on the editorial page. These tips also apply to those who wish to offer their opinions.

(1) The Capital does not publish cards of thanks as a Letter to the Editor. We have a paid section in the classifieds for that.

(2) Please write your letters on current issues and of general interest.

(3) Please be brief. A letter that is too

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I know it’s not healthy to shake my head like this so early in the New Year but I just cannot help it.
First, the Federal Government urges people to order a free pass to Banff National Park over the Internet. About two million orders have already been received. My concern is this, why did they do that? Entry to National Parks is free in 2017 in recognition of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation. No pass is required to enter. No tickets are written and placed on vehicles found

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