Dear Editor;

It’s easy for Albertans to be negative about both solar and wind energy when they have all that fossil fuel at their disposal. But it has been pointed out beyond a doubt by European scientists that both solar and wind are a much more benign source of power than gas and oil. As I recall from having lived in Three Hills for my first 18 years, there was always a lot of wind and more than an average amount of sunshine.

Germany’s belief in solar power is so strong that they d

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Dear Editor;

Half truths are more powerful than truth. To see proof of that, we need look no further than the current rage of green energy, be it solar or wind.

According to documentation, wind energy is a mighty force for our power grids, with the potential of the proposed Torrington/Hwy 27 project of 350 plus MW capacity exciting. Imagine the wind generating that much power to the grid. Add the possible extension of another 116 MW, and we have a bonanza!

The positives of employment, green ener

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Dear Editor,

I would like to warmly welcome the new Des Panjaab Restaurant, a family-owned and run business, to the Three Hills Community, located on the south side of 2nd Street on the way into town. Because of my appreciation for Indian cooking, I am hoping to encourage the community’s patronage so that this restaurant doesn’t go extinct, as has happened to some other restaurants in our town. It not only serves typical Indian dishes, but it also serves Western breakfast. I have not

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Dear Editor,

Browsing through my digital news world there is no shortage of material. President Biden continues to embarrass himself, at least he has the same excuse as me: (old age). His successor Kamala: (?). In Canada we have the middle-aged prince (Justin) whose glow has dimmed according to the polls. The Liberals have for the last eight years pitted the ROC against Alberta. Some whose brain cells have not atrophied due to constant exposure to CNN, MNSBC, CBC, CTV, Toronto Star, Globe and Ma

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