There is an old song by The Beatles called “Come Together”. Matthew Ironside and his band “Old Man Marley” played their rendition at Anderson Park on Saturday, July 7.

As busy as I was, that song got my attention and it really hit home. I smiled from ear to ear.

You see, great things happen when your communities “Come Together”.

On July 1, in Three Hills, we came together for a massive outdoor community church service and 6K Walk for Water. Wow! What a great d

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Congratulations to the Three Hills Street Freaks and the Three Hills Cruise Weekend Committee for yet another outstanding Cruise Weekend event.

Thousands of people roll into our community to take this event in. Many worthy causes benefit each and every year from the dedication of those who make it happen. We owe all of those individuals our sincere thanks. These events don’t just happen.

It’s all about volunteerism. Volunteers are what makes this town tick. I stole that line from for

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It’s really hard to believe that Three Hills Cruise Weekend is upon us.

It all started in 1981 with a handful of vehicle enthusiasts cruising up and down Main Street. I mean, that’s what most of us did most of the time on a Friday and/or Saturday night. Heaven forbid if it was actually an organized event.

Well, brothers and sisters, the right people took that seedling and grew it to what it is today. Oh sure, the weather has to be good to make any outdoor show great. I mean, we&rsquo

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May 20 to 26, 2018 is Public Works Week.

I have a great amount of admiration and respect for our Public Works employees. These are the men and women who keep our Town ticking.

When it snows, our Public Works crew cleans our streets. When water mains break, whatever the weather, our crew goes into action and fixes the problem. Without Public Works, our communities would come to a standstill.

In Three Hills, look for a vehicle with the Town logo on the door. That’s Pubic Works, working for t

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