Since the first day of summer holidays we’ve been bombarded with Back to School advertising on television.

Hopefully there are still a few of you out there who have yet to purchase your children’s school supplies.

It’s not a big deal to many of you to lay out whatever it takes to get your kids back to school but to others it’s a very stressful time trying to scrape up enough money to house, feed, dress and provide all of the tools listed as “must have” when th

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I used to be a sun seeker but it seems that those days are behind me now. The heat of this summer of 2022 would have been welcomed during our Buffalo Lake days, but now my wife and I seek shade and a cool, gentle breeze.

It used to be interesting to watch Rochon Sands Provincial Park empty and fill every two weeks through the summer months. I used to feel sorry for the tenters who managed to pick the rainy, cold weeks to enjoy the great outdoors.

We traveled to Drumheller last week and actually

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I know it’s hard to believe but there will be no issues of The Capital on July 27 and August 3, 2022. My wife brought it to my attention that, simply put, we’re taking a summer holiday. Your next issue will be in your mailbox on Wednesday, August 10.

The office of Capital Printers Ltd., will be closed from Wednesday, July 20 to Sunday, August 7, inclusively. Breaking News will be posted on our Website daily.

Last evening, after returning home from Calgary, I was out walking when I wa

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It’s going to be a big time in the old town, not just this weekend but this week. Three Hills will see more than a few extra people pull into town as Prairie College celebrates its 100th Anniversary.

In addition to that the entire community will join together as we “Celebrate Our Heritage”.

Prairie’s Centennial has about 850 pre-registered guests to date. Activities begin on campus this Wednesday, July 13. Come and enjoy great speakers, concerts, games, sports and special

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