Before we know it, we’ll be at the polls to decide who will govern Alberta for the next four years.

The signs are beginning to appear but there really isn’t a lot of time to

decide who you will support if you haven’t already decided.

The 2019 Provincial General Election will be held on Tuesday, April 16, 2019.

The Advance Poll Days are: Tuesday, April 9, Wednesday, April 10, Thursday, April 11, Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13.

You can vote in the Advance Polls at the El

Read more

After weeks of extreme cold we finally made it north of minus 10 Celsius. Along with warmer temperatures comes the possibility of more snow. I’ll take it. Not that I have much choice.

You will notice our Public Works crews are busy cleaning Saturday’s snow from our streets. Please take note of the “No Parking” signs that have been placed around town indicating when your street is to be cleared.

Please be patient as it takes time to clear the 24.9 km of streets within the

Read more

Valentine’s Day is upon us once again. Don’t be shy about spreading more than a little love around. How you do it is up to you.

Congratulations to Sandra Meding, of Three Hills. Sandra won The Capital’s “Famous Love Songs” Valentine’s Day Contest and in doing that she wins $200 in gift certificates from her choice of participating businesses. Thanks to all who entered. And special thanks to our many sponsors who make these contests possible.

Once we’ve a

Read more

Minus 33 Celsius equals minus 27.4 Fahrenheit. Well, it was minus 33 oC, Tuesday morning, and it made me wonder if any of our school buses were running. A quick check indicated “no buses operating”. When I was a kid that was music to my ears. Oh sure, the school was almost always open but regular classes usually took the form of classroom movies and extra time in the gym.

This kind of cold took me back to my “As The Years Go By” Three Hills history book.

On January 19, 19

Read more