Ford trucks stolen

The burnt out remnants of one of several Ford trucks stolen in the region sits in a wrecker's yard. This truck was stolen between )ct. 8-9 and recovered on Oct. ...

Learning about science

Mindy Kolosetti and Mara Steiner looked at egg-salted buoyancy and the aspect of sink or float at their work ...

Getting in a few rounds

Glen Campbell (left) and Dale Hansen, get in some golf on Saturday while Hansen was in town from Calgary for the ...

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Ford trucks stolen

The burnt out remnants of one of several Ford trucks stolen in the region sits in a wrecker's yard. This truck was stolen between )ct. 8-9 and recover...

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Learning about science

Mindy Kolosetti and Mara Steiner looked at egg-salted buoyancy and the aspect of sink or float at their work station....

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Getting in a few rounds

Glen Campbell (left) and Dale Hansen, get in some golf on Saturday while Hansen was in town from Calgary for the weekend....

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Dual credit opportunity for PRSD students PDF Print
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Tuesday, 21 October 2014 19:20

By Carlie Connolly
Lakeland College is providing the opportunity for students at Prairie Rose School Division to take part in a dual credit program. If they want to attend Lakeland, they would receive college credit for it.

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Flu immunizations start this week PDF Print
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Tuesday, 21 October 2014 19:14

By Jamie Rieger
Alberta Health Services is encouraging people across the province to arm themselves against influenza by getting their flu shot as their annual immunization campaign kicks off in southeast Alberta this week.

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Enactus MHC prepares for Ethiopia PDF Print
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Tuesday, 14 October 2014 16:54

By Carlie Connolly
The third year running at Medicine Hat College, Enactus does multiple projects in the community and around the world. Chelsie Jeal, president of Enactus MHC said this project that they are working on is brand new, with the students in Enactus traveling to Ethiopia.

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Vital Signs 2014 focuses on poverty PDF Print
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Tuesday, 14 October 2014 16:52

By Carlie Connolly
Every year since 2007, the Community Foundation of Southeastern Alberta has produced an annual report called Vital Signs. It’s a quality of life report based mainly in the city of Medicine Hat, but this year it also includes data from Redcliff and Cypress County. The statistics primarily come from Stats Can.

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Lots of improvements needed in multiple ministries: Auditor General's report PDF Print
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Tuesday, 14 October 2014 16:49

By Jamie Rieger

Some government branches were slapped harder than others in the Alberta Auditor General October 2014 report, which was released last week, but most if not all have room for improvement, and the report outlines the recommendations it has set out for each one.

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