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Recycle This ceases residential pickup in Okotoks

Recycle This ceases residential pickup in Okotoks

The Town of Okotoks’s Curb It recycling program recently gained a lot more subscribers. As of Nov. 30, Recycle This, a private curbside recycling pickup company based out of High River, stopped their residential operations in Okotoks.

MD council wants 32nd Street traffic circle

The MD of Foothills will get its first traffic circle on Okotoks’ borders if the municipality’s new reeve has his way.
Foothills superintendent named to national school board

Foothills superintendent named to national school board

The superintendent who takes her direction from the Foothills School Division board of trustees, is now helping set the direction on a national scale.

Ice and snow removal slowgoing

Every morning on school days, Okotoks resident Catina Despotopoulos, a single mother, walks her daughter and two other children along Woodhaven Drive to Big Rock School.

Town looking for E coli sources in Sheep River

Town officials want to take a closer look at the Sheep River to find out what is causing occasional elevated levels of E coli in the water.

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Local movie makers to attend film festival

Local movie makers to attend film festival

An Airdrie film company has earned a spot at the sixth annual San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival, to take place Oct. 25-30.
Second Division 5 candidate steps forward in Rocky View

Second Division 5 candidate steps forward in Rocky View

A second candidate has announced his intention to run in Rocky View’s Division 5 in this fall’s municipal election to take place, Oct. 18.
New meadery helps keep family connected to the farm

New meadery helps keep family connected to the farm

Oct. 2 was an exciting day for the Ryan brothers. That was the official opening of their new business, Fallentimber Meadery, located on their family farm near Water Valley.
Irricana resident announces candidacy

Irricana resident announces candidacy

“I don’t have all the answers, but I am sure going to be looking into it and trying to come up solutions.” That is the key message that Irricana council candidate Larry Martin, 49, wants to get out during his election campaign.