Dear Editor,

Re: “The power of a loving community” and “ No masks in sight”

I am glad that the contributor was able to survive his battle with COVID-19. Fortunately for him, he received great support from our health care workers, and moral support from family members and friends.

Sadly, over 2,600 Albertans died from this pandemic, and we may see more deaths coming from the Delta variant and the Lambda variant. We cannot let our guards down.

Unfortunately, there are those

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Dear Editor,

Writing this Sunday after church, the first maskless church service in a long time. At BEMC we had coffee and goodies pre and after church. Bonnie and I were greeters, I missed some of the initial flow as I was downstairs in a SS class, but when I got to the door almost everyone wanted to shake hands or even hug and not a mask in sight. People were so anxious to visit that the service was not about to start until ushers came down to the foyer to herd the attendees to the sanctuary.

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Dear Editor,

Last Wednesday was one of the hottest in Alberta history and as I was around town I noticed some things that made me glad to be living and working in Kneehill County and the town of Three Hills. I saw Terry from Shirley’s Flowers giving out glasses of ice water to anyone who needed one, and I also found the Chateau was handing out glasses of iced tea to residents and visitors. I am sure there were other businesses doing their best to help customers cope with the heat and not e

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Dear Editor,

My experience with COVID-19 started at the beginning of May when I was informed I had been in close contact with an infected worker while riding a bus. The symptoms of the virus began to hit me with a fever, body aches, weakness, and trouble breathing. I knew something was wrong and May 10th I received the news that I was positive. Staying home and attempting to tough it out was a bad idea as the virus was working hard to keep me down for the count. Around May 16th an ambulance was

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