Wind helped fuel grass fire (PHOTO COURTESY OF CYPRESS COUNTY)

A huge grass fire, that covered about 3,200 acres, started near the intersection of Highways 41 and 501 last ...

Keepin their cool

Mildred Thurston, along with her children, Sam and Dyllan, stayed cool despite the 35C temps last week by enjoying the cool water at the Bow Island swimming ...

...With a cherry on top

Quinn Wright puts the cherries on top of a few banana splits at an annual fundraiser tea at Pleasant View Lodge last Thursday ...

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Wind helped fuel grass fire (PHOTO COURT

A huge grass fire, that covered about 3,200 acres, started near the intersection of Highways 41 and 501 last week....

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Keepin their cool

Mildred Thurston, along with her children, Sam and Dyllan, stayed cool despite the 35C temps last week by enjoying the cool water at the Bow Island sw...

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...With a cherry on top

Quinn Wright puts the cherries on top of a few banana splits at an annual fundraiser tea at Pleasant View Lodge last Thursday afternoon....

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Centennial for St. Ambrose Anglican church PDF Print
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Tuesday, 19 August 2014 16:09

By Carlie Connolly
One hundred years ago, the St. Ambrose Anglican Church was created with its first service held in December of 1914.
The church was declared a historic resource through the Alberta Historic Resources Foundation. Its construction material used is unique as not many other buildings are made from this type of klinker brick.

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AHS warns of bat encounters PDF Print
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Tuesday, 19 August 2014 16:05

By Jamie Rieger
Early this month, Alberta Health Services advised the public about an increase in bat encounters in the south zone.
An Alberta Fish and Wildlife biologist said she has not received an increase in the number of calls about bats.

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Grass fire chars close to 6,000 acres west of Redcliff PDF Print
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Tuesday, 19 August 2014 16:04

By Jamie Rieger
Mother Nature played at least a partial role in sparking numerous grass fires around Cypress County last week, with a fast-moving, unpredictable one burning approximately 6,000 acres last Thursday.

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Fire bans in place for counties PDF Print
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Thursday, 14 August 2014 16:13

Fire bans for both Cypress County and the County of Forty Mile are being put in place on Aug. 14 because of the extreme dry conditions.

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Redcliff museum commemmorates 100th anniversary of WWI PDF Print
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Tuesday, 12 August 2014 19:44

By Carlie Connolly
On Aug. 5., the Redcliff museum opened its doors to a World War one exhibit that they have been working on since May.

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