To the Editor;

Last week we attended the funeral of our friend Otto Hoff. It was held at the Badlands Community Facility in Drumheller as it was the only nearby venue large enough to hold the crowd that attended and what a wonderful facility it is. Otto was well known in Drum even though never lived there. Otto seemed to be known everywhere as he served as Kneehill County councillor and Reeve as well as many boards and organizations, was involved in rodeos throughout Western Canada, sold trailer

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To the Editor;

Recently I heard a talk show where the host was trying to interview a spokesperson for Blue Earth Renewables which had recently built a 29.2 megawatt wind farm in the Provost area called the Bull Creek Wind Project which began operating Dec. 2015. The power produced is sold to the Alberta Schools Commodities Purchasing Consortium to supply several rural school boards. The interviewer tried to glean some information about Blue Earth’s arrangement with the consortium as it is

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To the Editor;

Having received the Capital for 15 years, I have never written a letter in, but a couple of things have come to my attention at this time that cause me to do so.

The first is the two letters in the past two weeks suggesting the suppression of certain submissions to the Editor. Thank you for clarifying, Mr. Editor, Aug. 24, that you are standing with freedom of speech. I appreciate reading others opinions, though admittedly sometimes I may skim through their arguments. Not knowing

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To the Editor;

God gave man breath and gave him dominion over every living thing that moved on the earth. We are to “replenish” the earth. Genesis 1: 26-29.

He gave every plant bearing seed for food (Vs. 29) passed down through generations from the first seed from the very beginning. All that life springs from is seed - nothing else. But the seed which produced so bountifully, is being tampered with by genetically modifying and is affecting it, mainly the gluten, affecting people&rsq

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