Dear Editor,

We attended the Kneehill County Land Use Amendment Hearing on April 23 along with many others. I attended not because I am directly affected but because of a desire to learn. I commend the County council and staff for their conduct and professionalism, particularly Reeve King. This meeting could have devolved easily into unpleasantness but Reeve King did an excellent job under difficult circumstances as did the staff explaining the proposal and managing the time clock and the microp

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Dear Editor,

Re: Different Packaging Used Today

Is there anything new under the sun, moon and stars in our modernistic world that we live in today?

Climate change has been around since the beginning of time. As a small boy, I remember being taught about it, way back in elementary school. In Science class, it was called the four seasons of the year. Today, climate change is a multi-billion dollar business, where individuals, businesses and governments are hopping on the bandwagon, just to take ad

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Dear Editor,

Recently there has been a lot of interest in Kneehill County regarding industrial power plants (wind and solar) as well as waste disposal. What a shame to see our beautiful prairie countryside being considered for these projects.

Kneehill County citizens need to stand up and be heard! If we don’t, we have no one to blame but ourselves. Learn about the projects, come to the meetings (see ad in this week’s issue of The Capital), support your friends and neighbors!

We live

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Dear Residents of Three Hills,

On, Monday, April 22, I had the privilege of attending the Three Hills Public Council meeting, and I must say, I left both encouraged and disappointed. Allow me to share my thoughts and observations.

Firstly, I was surprised to see such a low turnout, with only three community members, including myself, present. Having recently relocated here just before our last election, my wife and I relied on the recommendations of long-time residents when casting our votes. Ho

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