Postponing any activity is a difficult decision but the weather makes it easier sometimes.

Saturday’s Three Hills Winter Celebration was a huge success with over 700 people coming out to enjoy the annual event. One week before, the cold snap had us at minus 32 with the windchill, at 6:30 pm. That would not have worked well.

You know January and February often seem like the longest, coldest, hum-drum months. The annual Winter Celebration provides our residents with a little excitement follo

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Congratulations to the Prairie Tabernacle Congregation on the official Grand Opening of the new Prairie Tabernacle. It is an amazing facility and it is a wonderful addition to the Town of Three Hills.

So here we are in the minus 30’s with wind chills in the minus 40’s. The school buses do not run in temperatures like these for the safety of the students. However, the schools are open.

I realize that it’s hard to think about standing outside right now but hopefully, by Saturday,

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I want to take this opportunity to wish one and all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.

This year’s Christmas issue of The Capital features Christmas greetings and wonderful Christmas stories, from 167 students from Grades 4, 5 and 6 of the Three Hills School and Grades 5 & 6 of Prairie Christian Academy. This year marks the 40th Anniversary of our student program. It’s hard for me to believe I launched this program 40 years ago because I’m

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It was great to see so many folks out enjoying the Annual Moonlight Madness activities on Friday night.

I remember walking into Gus Hamilton’s Men’s and Boy’s Store one day in the fall of 1985. My long-time friend Ruth Wright was working that day and she suggested Three Hills would be a good fit for a Midnight Madness campaign.

On December 20, 1985, the first Midnight Madness, in Three HiIls, packed the town. Stores stayed open until midnight, like the name would suggest.

So, h

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