A trailer from a pick-up truck swiped the bridge about 1/2 mile south of Linden on Hwy #806, last Saturday afternoon, Dec 11. There were no injuries. The accident occurred around 2:30 p.m. Linden Fire Department volunteers arrived at the scene for traffic control and to clean up debris from the ice below.

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Standing Up for Canada's Aboriginals: Many of you will have seen the media reports of the outrageous chief and council pay data released by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.  For example, approximately 50 reserve politicians took home paycheques larger than the Prime Minister in 2008-09.
Approximately 160 reserve politicians were paid more than their respective provincial premiers in 2008-09. Over 600 received an income that is equivalent to over $100,000 off reserve; and one Atlantic Canada r

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On December 13, 2010 at 8:30 AM., a two vehicle collision occurred on Hwy #9 North approximately two miles passed the top of the North Hill leading into Drumheller. This collision occurred due to an icy road and extremely poor visibility. Two police vehicles responded to the scene.
While the initial collision was being investigated, the two police motor vehicles were stopped on approaches or shoulder of the highway with their emergency equipment flashing.  Oncoming drivers observed the police ve

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Oh Little Town of Bethlehem, how still we see thee lie...might be a favorite line from a carol but the Bethlehem that was presented to Three Hills these last two weekends was anything but still.
A census taker greeted you at the village gate to make sure you were counted. The town well was a busy place with water being drawn, beggars asking for alms, and a few Romans playing dice. The market started with the tax collectors who made sure everything was taxed, the basket sellers and brass selle

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