Most of you remember the old red barn that stood, for so many years, on the east side of Three Hills, on the Anderson farm. Well, the barn, house and the rest of the outbuildings were demolished a few years back. In their place stands, Anderson Park.
To passers-by the beginnings of the present green space, of newly seeded grass along with new and mature trees, looks appealing amidst new and existing homes. Over the next year that green space will become a legacy to the community and its people a

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The children are back in school and it's time for all of us to pay extra care and attention when operating our motor vehicles in school and playground zones.
The long arm of the law will be watching your speed for you if you fail to do so yourself.
But this year, as of Thursday, September 1, they'll be watching more than your speed.
Distracted Driving Legislation (Bill 16) kicks in on the first day of September, 2011. The new law restricts drivers from using hand-held cell phones, texting or e-m

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A lot will change over the next few weeks in this neck of the woods. It's the time of year that young folks fear but parents hold dear. Staples calls it "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year".
My own grandson dragged his bottom lip across the living room floor this morning as that very topic was discussed.
It's "Back to School" on Wednesday, August 31. You know I've been out of school for 39 years and I still get butterflies in my stomach when I think about going back.
I'm the type of guy who exc

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