Oh my gosh by golly I admit that I do get nostalgic at Christmas, it seems to happen every year. I think it’s the music.

Now, since we moved our newspaper production to our home I thought to myself, why don’t I have a look at an issue of the Three Hills Capital from 80 years ago? In the blink of an eye, I was sitting down with the December 23, 1943 issue.

My family owned Three Hills Locker Storage from 1948 to 1980 but there it was on the front page of this Christmas issue offering y

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Congratulations to the Three Hills Health Initiative Charity Gala committee for an amazing event. This fundraiser was completely sold out about one month in advance. It’s so wonderful to see community events, like this, come back to life after the Covid shutdown.

Next week we will publish our Annual Christmas issue featuring special Christmas greetings from many businesses throughout Kneehill County. If you would like your business included but have yet to be contacted, please call or 403-

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As we approach Christmas many of us realize the true gratification we receive by giving to others. Not everyone is lucky enough to be financially comfortable and unfortunately, that’s something that seems to be on the rise.

In this issue, you will find Christmas Hamper Applications for Three Hills, Linden, Acme and Swalwell. Check for application deadlines as they vary.

In Carbon, you can “Adopt a Family” by calling Mary Proctor for more information, at 1-403-821-1288.

In Troch

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How about a big round of applause for the Moonlight Madness crew of Laura-Lee and Ken Cunningham. If you were downtown Friday night you had to come away in the Christmas Spirit.

Those beautiful Belgian horses and wagon from Hammer Hill Stables were a magical touch to a perfect evening. The Moonlight Christmas Farmer’s Market was packed to the rafters with sales tables and shoppers alike. The Knox Church Ladies’ Cookie Sale was sold out by 7 p.m.

There was great excitement over at the

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