To the Editor;

I had not heard the term “Etch a Sketch” for years until last week when I was informed that is my last name, the first being Mr.

I recalled that I had an app on my phone with that name, I had installed it for my grandchildren to use. The concept is great as you can doodle away to your hearts content and then shake your errors away, but they are still there lurking in the cloud, it never really disappears. I would like the “Old Days” of Etch a Sketch where I

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To the Editor:

Re: “We have the habit of electing governments that are beyond incompetent”

As usual, the author is again on his anti-Liberal, anti-Trudeau, and anti-NDP rants. Consequently, he sounds, more and more, like a “broken record”.

He reminds me of an individual with “silo thinking” (Someone who hasn’t traveled very much, hasn’t interacted with people of different backgrounds, nor has a background in history).

If living in Alberta is such a

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To the Editor;

The debate over public versus private education has bubbled up again recently, with lobby groups, unions and even the Edmonton Public School Board supporting Mr. Eggen’s bid to cut off all provincial government funding for private education. The same view was proposed in a recent letter to the editor. The argument put forward is that shutting down all private schools would somehow save the government money. It has been a few years, but having served a term on the Parkland Co

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To the Editor;

What an amazing weekend my sister and I enjoyed of rich musical performances - all with past and present Three Hills connections.

Friday evening we were invited to hear the oratorio, ELIJAH, performed in the beautiful Jack Singer Concert Hall by the Calgary Philharmonic Chorus and Orchestra. During intermission we were delighted to meet Three Hills born and raised Ian Charter and his wife, Colleen. The couple was not only thrilled with the musical excellence of Friday’s pres

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