UPDATE - Three Hills and Stettler RCMP Investigating Robbery and Break Ins

Three Hills, Alta. - RCMP are actively looking for an individual breaking into homes. On Feb. 6, 2023, at 8:09 a.m., RCMP received a report of a break-in and robbery at a home on Range Road 235 in Kneehill County. When the homeowner confronted the suspect, the suspect held a small knife to the homeowner and fled. The homeowner received a minor cut as a result of the confrontation.

On Feb. 6, 2023, at 9:50 a.m., Stettler RCMP received a report of a break and enter to a home on Highway 56 in Stet

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Three Hills RCMP Investigating Break and Enter

Delburne, Alta. – On Feb. 15, 2023, Three Hills RCMP responded to a break and enter at a residence in Delburne. One male suspect entered the residence and stole a black purse that was on the kitchen table. The purse contained the identification of the victim, along with a health care card and bank card. The victim was home at the time but asleep in another room.

Video surveillance obtained from the residence shows a male walking up to a basement door where he is seen knocking on the door.

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MP Kurek Hosts Town Hall

Damien Kurek, MP Battle River - Crowfoot, stopped in Three Hills on Tuesday, February 28 for one of three Community Town Hall meetings planned in the area.

The Three Hills gathering took place from 11 am to 12:30 pm in the Town of Three Hills Council Chambers.

About 16 interested persons attended the event. Following a brief update on his busy schedule, he would open the floor to questions from those in attendance.

But first, he commented on how incredibly productive and united the Federal Cons

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Trochu Town Council Report

Trochu Mayor Barry Kletke called the regular Council meeting to order at 5:59 pm, on February 27.

All Councillors were present.

There was one item added to the agenda to discuss in Closed Session.

Two residents sat in for the meeting. In their words “To be part of the town”.

The amended agenda, the minutes of the Feb. 13 Council meeting and the Feb. 21 “Council of the whole” and the Housekeeping schedule were accepted as presented with little discussion.

CAO Carl Peterso

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