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Festival puts focus on businesses

Festival puts focus on businesses

High Country communities are putting the spotlight on their businesses to attract crowds of people to their streets for a day of shopping.
Tight quarters still an issue

Tight quarters still an issue

Turner Valley administration expects no relief from its tight quarters at the town hall since its staff increased the last two years.
Towns rallying for family

Towns rallying for family

Foothills residents will stop at nothing to help one of their own. After residents across the region spent the last six months offering assistance to Turner Valley RCMP Const.
Residents give to firefighters'     cause

Residents give to firefighters' cause

Residents in three communities peered out their windows searching for the flashing lights of fire trucks driving down their street early last week.
Upgrade offers added security

Upgrade offers added security

Oilfields General Hospital staff are resting easy knowing their patients’ needs will be met following the completion of a much-needed $400,000 upgrade.
Longview councillor nominated to mayor position

Longview councillor nominated to mayor position

A fan of small communities and motorcycles is taking control of the gavel in Longview for the next year in a practice unheard of in Alberta cities and towns. Motorcycle enthusiast Coun.
Woman killed in Highway 22 collision

Woman killed in Highway 22 collision

A woman was killed and a man is in serious condition following a two-vehicle collision on Highway 22 just north of Plummers Road the morning of Nov. 16.

Market to help family

Two High Country women are getting into the Christmas spirit in more ways than one this month.
Rising Sun considered tops in Calgary region

Rising Sun considered tops in Calgary region

Muriel Rogers misses the comfort of having her husband of 65 years with her when she goes to bed each night, but she knows he’s in good hands.
Support overwhelms family

Support overwhelms family

A Turner Valley mom is amazed at how her community banded together to help her through the most difficult time of her life. Kira Perdue’s life was turned upside down when her husband, Turner Valley RCMP Const.