There are a lot of “what ifs” related to projects like the proposed Three Hills Solar Farm. And you cannot blame people who are directly affected by such a proposal for wanting answers to questions. Lots and lots of questions.
After all, this is new to us.
For example: What if the company developing the project goes broke? Hey, it happens. If the Province does subsidize this type of project what happens if that government is voted out at the next Provincial election?
I recall a plan to

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It’s hard to beat a Farmer’s Market when garden produce is ripe for the picking.
How refreshing it is to see so many people gathered together to shop and visit, all under one roof.
Seasonal fruits, fresh baked goods, handcrafted items and so much more are available every Tuesday at your Three Hills Farmer’s Market, at the Three Hills Curling Rink, from 11 am to 1 pm. And don’t forget that lunch, dessert and beverages (hot and cold) are also available at the Three Hills Farm

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I look back at summer celebration activities in Kneehill County and realize how lucky we all were with the weather we enjoyed. Lots of sunshine, warm temperatures and little to no wind And then there was the Calgary Stampede.
My hat is off to the City of Calgary for keeping a positive outlook during their 10 days of thunder, lightning, torrential rain, hail and downright chilly temperatures. Alberta has experienced eight tornadoes this season with five of those confirmed over four days in souther

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For now it’s business as usual at Canada Post. Our new e-sub system is now up and running and if you’re a reader outside of the immediate area, and have a computer in your home, you might like to sign up. You’ll save 50% on your “outside 40” subscription price and get your paper even before our local readers do.
If and when Canada Post goes on strike we will offer the e-sub free throughout the duration of the strike. As it stands we have 14 able youths patiently wait

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