Flea markets are a wonderful thing and you can help grow the Saturday Flea Markets in Three Hills.
Simply set up at the Catholic Church parking lot from 10 am to 3 pm. People love to shop and browse so it's up to you to "give them a reason", to come downtown.
The weekly Farmer's Market is a prime example of what can happen when vendors gather in one spot, on a regular basis. Sure, the Farmer's Market wasn't always the success it is now. It has to take root. It has to become a destination. It has

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When I was born my dad called my grandparents and announced "Butcher Boy". Dad rushed Mom up to the Three Hills Municipal Hospital in the old truck that was used for hauling meat and making deliveries to and from Shearlaw  Brother's Locker Storage. My dad Ron and Uncle Norman owned and operated that store from 1948 o 1980, right here in Three Hills.
Norman and Marie and their children Fred and Linda (Torpy), lived upstairs. The brothers operated a custom butcher shop with a fresh meat counter. T

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My wife and I have been almost weekly travellers on Highway 21 for the last 20-plus years. We have lived a "back and forth" lifestyle enjoying our time spent at Buffalo Lake and our work-week here in Three Hills.
The traffic has increased on Highway 21 due to congestion on the QEII. It's not the lazy trail that it used to be.
The August long weekend is upon us. Alberta highways record the heaviest traffic of the year at this time. Along with that comes all sorts of problems.
Drivers come in all

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The past few months have been a little hectic at The Capital.
Most of you are aware that we took on the Sears agency back in April of 2009. There was a lot of renovating, drywall dust, compromise, and learning curves but The Capital and Sears seemed to get along fairly well.
We had a visit one day, this spring, by some Sears Higher-ups. It seems we were doing fairly well and we were identified as a "potential growth community".
I started dreaming about expansion and, to make a long story short,

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