So much Summer Fun, so little time

 

     Whitney Ramsden is the organizer and supervisor for Summer Fun 2010 in Three Hills. The name is obviously appropriate for this program. The "campers"as Whitney calls them, have been thoroughly enjoying themselves.
     Week one of Summer Fun was July 5-9th and the theme was "Super Heros." The children had the opportunity to ride on the fire trucks with the firefighters. Whitney's sister, Ms. Ramsden, is a teacher, and she came in to talk with the children ab

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There are times during a Community's lifetime when there is a risk of it losing its identity and cohesiveness. Residents in smaller Communities have to be prepared to pitch in and work for the good of their Community. Inevitably, more of the work is taken on by some than others. However it is critical to have a core of people who are prepared to take on that mantle.
That was never more evident than the way the people of Acme and Linden have worked to make their Community schools successful. Here

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Standing Up For Farmers: Last week at the conclusion of the annual meeting of Agriculture Ministers, federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Ministers from Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta together announced vital help for hard-hit Prairie farmers and producers affected by recent flooding.  Affected producers will share $450 million in extra payments under the federal Agri-Recovery program.  The assistance package will amount to $30 per acre and will be cost-shared by the Prairie Provinces

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The Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) has released its July 2010 Pool Return Outlook (PRO) for the 2009-10 crop year. Wheat values are up $1 per tonne for all grades and classes from the last 2009-10 wheat PRO, released in May. Durum is up between $1 and $4 per tonne over May's outlook, depending on grade and protein level. Malting barley is down $1 per tonne from the previous PRO, while feed barley is unchanged from its last outlook in June.
Wheat
As the marketing year comes to an end, the world wheat

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