Remember when you took your driver’s license road test? That’s one of those times in life that you usually don’t forget.

My question is, do you think your driving habits today would result in a pass or a fail? My guess is, a fail. And from my vantage point, the habits of local drivers are getting increasingly worse.

I’m afraid a lot of people have an “anything goes” attitude because we live in a rural community. You might say, “Who cares what side of the

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Lock your homes, lock your vehicles and take every precaution you can to deter crime in our communities.
I’m told that thefts are on the rise throughout the area. We need to be more proactive or we become sitting ducks. I’m sure the suffering economy has something to do with it but sometimes we just make it so easy for them. You’ve heard it before, lock it or lose it.
Hey kids, you’ve got a solid two weeks of summer holidays left until it’s time for school. But don&rs

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If you’re looking for some weekend fun, as a family, a couple or as a single, how about planning to take in Alberta Open Farm Days.
If it’s a culinary experience you want, you’re in luck right here in Kneehill County.
The Trochu Ag Society has put together a great day on Saturday, August 20th starting with a bus tour to the Huxley Hutterite Colony from 10 am to 1 pm. There is a Cowboy Challenge Horse Event along with Stick Horse Racing for the kids at the Trochu Ag Society Events

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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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