Acme History Book Committee donates funds to Acme Community

Acme History Book Committee gives funds from the sale of their History Book to the Acme Agricultural Society. At that same meeting the History Book Committee also thanked the local organizations who donated funds to help finance the publishing of the History Book and were happy to return the donations, back to: The Acme Elks, 1,500.00; Prairie Rose Rebekahs $1,000.00; Acme Seniors Association, $2,000.00 and the Acme Racquetball Club, $500.00.
The committee is thankful for the community's respo

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During the early morning hours of October 9, 2010, Three Hills RCMP responded to a hit and run that occurred on Main Street in Three Hills. The hit and run suspect vehicle ran over a street light on Main Street and 3rd Avenue, causing excessive damage to property. The male suspects had fled. Police caught up to them, and charged the suspects with flight from police and laid numerous provincial statutes charges on the subjects. Alcohol is believed to be a factor.

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Aidan MIller wins Alberta Farm Safety contest

Aidan Miller, an elementary student at Acme School coloured his way to a new bike as part of an Alberta Farm Safety contest. Lori Blank, instructor for the southeastern portion of the province, made the presentation to the very surprised youngster on October 6 at the school, also gifting him with a 'fitted' helmet.
The Minister of Agriculture was involved in picking the winners and Aidan's entry took the February spot in a soon-to-be released 2011 'safety' calendar that highlighted the efforts

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Standing Up for Public Safety: Along with the reconvening of Parliament in Ottawa, my duties at the House of Commons have again changed slightly. I have been named to the Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security and during the first meeting I was elected to chair the Committee.
I am looking forward to assuming my new responsibilities and hope to preside over a more harmonious atmosphere at that committee, following its acrimonious hearings last Spring on Bill C-391, the private

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