To the Editor;
I learned a lot from the article by Glenn Flewelling, "What Is A Museum?" that appeared in the May 24, 2012 issue of The Capital. First, how very wrong I have been, thinking that interest in history was a waste of time, and that keeping up with the present was enough to keep me busy.  But Glenn is right, Museums are great teachers, agreeing with the person who said, "Those who do not learn from history cannot change the future!"
In 2011 our son, Les, rolled Don, his Dad, from the

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Dear Editor:
The school year is fast approaching and I would like to take one more opportunity to update you and your readers about the happenings at Trochu Valley School.
Staff is busy packing preparing for our move out of the current building. Renovations are well underway in the Curling Rink facility where grades 7 through 12 will be housed for the next two years. We refer to this as Campus 2. Two portables are already placed at that location and undergoing renovations as well. Three portable

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To the Editor;
A few weeks ago during seeding, the main rural water line going past our place ruptured a fitting and water came to the surface and ran down the ditch and across the yard.
We notified Kneehill County and they promptly came out. We had visions of our lane being ripped up and no access to our yard.
The crew was very accommodating and not only stayed in the ditch but hauled in new topsoil and seeded the ditch and delivered a load of gravel to our lane.
We appreciated the good service

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To the Editor:
We would like to express appreciation to Linden Librarian Debbie Martin, the members of the Board and numerous volunteers for hosting the annual Linden Library Plant Exchange and Open House, held last week. This special event featured a free marigold plant for all attendees, a great display of gardening books and magazines, coffee and delicious home-made goodies, and was topped off by an extensive array of generous door prizes.
Hats off to all who made it happen. We feel that our

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