The Cruise Weekend Committee donated $2,000 to the Three Hills Library to purchase a new printer. Library Director Melissa Molendyk was presented with a cheque by BethAnne Ironside, Cruise Weekend Committee Member.

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Sunrise Estate Lot Prices Reduced By 30%

Deputy Mayor Byrne Lammle called the regular meeting of Three Hills Town Council for February 13, 2024, to order at 5:30 pm.
Mayor Ray Wildeman was on vacation.
Clr Miriam Kirk joined the meeting via teleconference.
Kate Forest was welcomed as the new Executive Assistant to the CAO.
Council accepted the agenda of the meeting of February 12, 2024, as amended. The amendment was the removal of the Mayor’s report.
Minutes of the regular meeting of January 24, 2024, were accepted as presented.

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Public Assist RCMP Following Pedestrian Hit And Run

On Feb. 7, 2024, at approximately 8:57 p.m., Three Hills RCMP responded to a hit and run collision involving a pedestrian on 6 Avenue N in Three Hills, near the Prairie College campus.

The pedestrian was transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

On February 9, 2024, Three Hills RCMP advised the suspect vehicle is believed to be a 2012-2022 Black Dodge Ram, which will have front-end damage.

During the course of the investigation, Three Hills RCMP received a tip from the public

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Acme Welcomes OTI Foods

Key stakeholders were introduced to OTI Foods at a gathering in Acme on Wednesday, January 24th. In attendance were Consul General of Ukraine Oleksandr Danyleiko, MLA for Drayton Valley-Devon Andrew Boitchenko (on behalf of MLA Nathan Cooper who was unable to attend), members of Nathan Cooper’s staff, Mayor of the Village of Acme Bruce McLeod, CAO of the Village of Acme Gary Sawatzky, Village of Acme Councillors, local farmers, and OTI Foods CEO and Founder Ibrahim Ibrahimli. Attendees me

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