If you were to turn back time one year, you would find yourself in a time of uncertainty concerning health care in our communities. Here we were with an aging population and doctors were moving on. It was a crisis, a crisis felt by numerous rural communities throughout Alberta.
We thanked the doctors who served us well for so many years. We wished them well. We prayed that their practices would be filled but still we lived in uncertainty.
The future of our communities weighed heavily on our Regi

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Three Hills welcomes Immaculata High School Band, of Ottawa, Ontario. The band members and chaperones arrived in Three Hills on Sunday and will perform, with the Three Hills School Band, in concert on Thursday, March 3, 7 pm in the Three Hills School Main Auditorium. This event is free of charge to attend and everyone is invited to experience these two very talented bands. The 28-member Three Hills Band will travel to Ottawa in May to enjoy the hospitality of our Nation's Capital and perform wit

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As the 100th Anniversary of Three Hills quickly approaches, so does the launch of the newest Three Hills History book.
Committee member June Kanderka has been working with our newspaper archives, collecting information on Three Hills businesses. She's done a wonderful job.
The other day I got a call from former Prairie President and friend Paul Maxwell. He asked about Prairie Annexation and the Red Deer River Water System. He was working on his story for the upcoming book. Off to the "morgue" I

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Family Day is Monday, Feb. 21 and this would usually mean that your copy of The Capital would arrive in your mailbox one day late.
Alas, this is not to be. Our printer has complained that our late arrival on the press, over the last 10 years, has created quite a problem with their press scheduling. Therefore, our devoted staff will buckle down, push family aside and go to press Tuesday evening, as usual. No problem. Sorry about last week's paper being late but our printer had press problems and

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