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Redcliff holds celebration for new water treatment plant

Photo by Tim Kalinowski- Redcliff mayor, Ernie Reimer cuts the ribbon to formally dedicate the new water treatment plant last Friday. Pictured, from left: Municipal manager, Arlos Crofts, Coun. Chere Brown, Coun. Jim Steinke, MLA Drew Barnes, Reimer, MLA Bob Wanner, Coun. Larry Leipert, and Public Services director, Jamie Garland.

By Tim Kalinowski Redcliff held a very special ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the official dedication of its new water treatment plant last Friday afternoon. The dedication included not only the ribbon cutting ceremony, but also an extensive tour of the treatment plant itself followed by a barbecue supper. A number of VIPs were on hand to hear about all the work that went into… Read More »

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Photo by Tim Kalinowski- Lauren Boychuk shows off her trophy, ribbon, buckle, and other items she won as AQHA Boxing World Champion at her Medicine Hat home last week. Boychuk was also the overall cattle horse points leader in the AQHA last year.

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Canada's Sage Watson, left, competes in a women's 400-meter hurdles semifinal during the athletics competitions of the 2016 Summer Olympics at the Olympic stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

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