To the Editor;
Every choice we make is a bargain with the devil. Every choice we make is obscured by a smokescreen. We, the consumer, have been blindsided by information that is never assuring. It seems we have "scientific reports" that these products will cause you no harm. Trust the companies that manufacture and distribute these "harmless chemicals". The companies have been around for hundreds of years. People are not dying from using our products. Whatever ingredients that are toxic is so mi

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To the Editor;
Don and I have lived in Seattle, Washington, and Tokyo, Japan. But we love living in small town Three Hills where I can care for seven items of business in one morning (it can take all day to care for one in Tokyo!), where IGA let me charge my bill when I forgot my wallet, where KAL Tire cheerfully checks my tires, and since Don is hospitalized, I can count on our friend Cecil Cowie at Home Hardware to give me a man's advice.
Then, last week, I was driving south on Railroad or Fir

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Dear Editor;
I would like to express my gratitude to the Town of Three Hills employees who worked so efficiently during the early hours of the morning of March 5, 2012, when there was a water main break on Main Street.
Their quick response and tireless efforts to re-route the rushing water prevented my office building from flooding and their continued efforts throughout the day to clear away the slush and ice that built up on the streets and sidewalks on Main Street was appreciated.
There have b

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To the Editor;
Every Albertan should be aware of the legislation our government has recently passed and how it affects us.
Bills 19, 24, 36 (Bill 10) and 50 all take away landowner's rights and withhold compensation. "The Bills give Cabinet Members powers that they have never had before, in a way that is without precedent in western democracies." (albertalandownerscouncil.com) Unless repealed, these bills will seriously harm Alberta's economy and freedoms.
Bill 19 allowed Cabinet to freeze any l

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