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EDITORIAL: Data will help make their case for better medical response

EDITORIAL: Data will help make their case for better medical response

It’s never a bad idea to come armed with numbers if you’re bracing for a fight, and getting improved EMS service could prove to be a challenge.
COLUMN: Pressure is sure to intensify

COLUMN: Pressure is sure to intensify

With water no longer an issue, Town leaders are going to face weighty decisions when it comes to development.
EDITORIAL: Water woes finally coming to an end

EDITORIAL: Water woes finally coming to an end

A $16-million grant from Province is great news because it means Okotoks and Foothills County will get long-awaited supplemental water source.
COLUMN: Big prize requires moderation

COLUMN: Big prize requires moderation

Winning the UCP leadership is one thing, but it takes broad appeal to be victorious in a general election.
EDITORIAL: Everyone must step up to make Summer Games successful

EDITORIAL: Everyone must step up to make Summer Games successful

Thousands will need to pitch in so Okotoks and Black Diamond can stage the 2023 Alberta Summer Games.
OPINION: Dollars in those facilities

OPINION: Dollars in those facilities

Okotoks council would be wise to see the economic benefits of improving the Town's sports and arts facilities.
COLUMN: Increased water brings new worry

COLUMN: Increased water brings new worry

The Foothills Okotoks Regional Water Project will provide a long-term water solution, but will also bring development pressures.
EDITORIAL: Chargers must pay their way

EDITORIAL: Chargers must pay their way

The free ride for electric vehicle owners should come to an end if the Town is going to expand its network.
COLUMN: At least deer can’t reach roof

COLUMN: At least deer can’t reach roof

A deer eating your flowers pales in comparison to a raccoon ripping shingles off your roof.
EDITORIAL: Parents must rein in vandals

EDITORIAL: Parents must rein in vandals

The Town of Okotoks, which has had to clean up more than 200 tags a week throughout June, needs help from parents to curb this spate of vandalism.