Three Hills Library Board Chair, Beverley McIver, and Library Manager, Karen Nickel try out the newest collection item available at the library. Thanks to the generous support of the Alberta Blue Cross Covid Community Grant the library now has two e-Scooters and helmets that can be borrowed by local patrons aged 18 and over. There is still time to give them a try before the snow flies.

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Trochu Town Council Report

Town of Trochu Council meeting October 24.

The regular Council Meeting of the town of Trochu was called to order by Mayor Barry Kletke. All Councillors were present in person.

CAO Carl Peterson attended via zoom and gave his Administrator’s Report.

The usual procedures of accepting the agenda and approving minutes took place before Council moved into reviewing the “Housekeeping Report” and accepting it as presented.

This report covers the scheduled meetings for Council for the

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Trick or Treaters were out in full force on Monday to enjoy “Trick or Treat Street”. This has become an annual event hosted by the Three Hills and District Chamber of Commerce and participating businesses. The event ran from 3-5 pm.

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Lock it or lose it

Three Hill Detachment Commander Sgt. Jamie Day of the Three Hills RCMP wants to remind the public to always lock your vehicle and take your keys with you, even if you’re only leaving it for a moment. An unlocked vehicle with the keys inside is an open invitation for theft, which can happen in less than 20 seconds. Having your vehicle stolen is not only an inconvenience, it can be dangerous. Many stolen vehicles are driven dangerously, creating a safety risk for everyone on the road. They

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