Remembering the glass plant

PHOTO COURTESY OF REDCLIFF MUSEUM- A Redcliff Domglas worker feed the bottles onto the single line to keep them from spilling in this photo taken sometime in the 1980s....

fresh produce

Karilyn Thiebaud, proprietor of Karilyn's Pantry sells her fresh produce at the Main Street Market in Bow Island on ...

young learning

Kay Bartlett-Young reads to her daughter, Neive, in the COW (Classroom on Wheels) bus when it visited the area ...

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Remembering the glass plant

PHOTO COURTESY OF REDCLIFF MUSEUM- A Redcliff Domglas worker feed the bottles onto the single line to keep them from spilling in this photo taken some...

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fresh produce

Karilyn Thiebaud, proprietor of Karilyn's Pantry sells her fresh produce at the Main Street Market in Bow Island on Saturday....

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young learning

Kay Bartlett-Young reads to her daughter, Neive, in the COW (Classroom on Wheels) bus when it visited the area recently....

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Sixth annual Alberta Wish Ride PDF Print
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Tuesday, 16 September 2014 16:15

By Carlie Connolly
The Alberta Wish Ride is back and riders from around Alberta have been collecting pledges to go towards the Children’s Wish Foundation. Children’s Wish grants wishes to children with life threatening illnesses. The wishes range from trips, horses, horse trailers, computers or whatever their wish is. There is never a wish turned down.

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Hail, rain, and now frost putting damper on harvest PDF Print
Written by production   
Tuesday, 16 September 2014 16:13

By Jamie Rieger

The weather certainly has not been cooperative for southern Alberta farmers who have been toiling to get their crops off.

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Learning about elder abuse PDF Print
Written by production   
Tuesday, 16 September 2014 16:12

By Jamie Rieger

With Family Violence Awareness month coming up in November in Alberta, now is the time to be learning more and becoming more active in responding to and perhaps, preventing family violence from occuring in our communities.

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Local optimism of election with Prentice at PC helm PDF Print
Written by production   
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 18:59

By Charles Lefebvre
Southern Alberta Newspapers
Local Progressive Conservatives are applauding the election of Jim Prentice as leader of the province’s ruling party.

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Safety bin upgrades in Cypress County PDF Print
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Tuesday, 02 September 2014 19:07

By Carlie Connolly
A couple weeks ago, Cpress County agreed to move the safety gates closer to the bins, as they were too far away before for people to throw their garbage in.

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