In the next few weeks, The Capital will publish a new weekly column entitled "Our Town".
"Our Town" will provide the people of Three Hills with information on everything from street paving and sidewalk replacement to tree replacement and snow removal policies.
Three Hills Town Councillor Terry Lee will work with Town Administration to keep the information coming. It will be short, sweet and to the point but will hopefully provide Three Hills residents with a better understanding of what goes on

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We all look forward to the annual Three Hills Christmas Tree Burn and Winter Celebration. A roaring bonfire, tremendous fireworks, hot dogs, hot chocolate and hay rides. What a great evening. The event, originally set for this Saturday, has been postponed until Saturday, Jan. 29. This Saturday is forecast to be "just too cold to celebrate". Please take note of this date change and tell your friends.
In the meantime, Town staff will be collecting Christmas trees again this Friday. Please place yo

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I trust that everyone had a wonderful Christmas and New Year celebration. It's always nice to get a few days to sit back and enjoy family and friends.
2011 is the big one for the Town of Trochu. They are celebrating their 100th Anniversary. Check their "Trochu Cenennial Footprint" column in each issue of The Capital throughout this year. Each week will profile two of Trochu's personalities from the past 100 years.
Saturday, January 15 the Town of Three Hills and Three Hills and District Chamber

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Each Christmas, for over 30 years, The Capital turns the pages of our Christmas issue over to the Grades 4, 5 and 6 students of the Three Hills School and the Grade 5 and 6 students of the Prairie Christian Academy.
They are responsible for drawing What Christmas Means to each and every one of them. The Grade 6 students write stories about their most memorable Christmas.
What a wonderful experience it has been for me to work with the students, staff and administration of these great schools over

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