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Pioneers'     stories shared at event

Pioneers' stories shared at event

The descendents of foothills homesteaders shared stories of survival and bravery in High River last weekend.
Road construction angers residents

Road construction angers residents

Homeowners in a Turner Valley subdivision are saying they should have had input before construction began on a road leading to their subdivision.
Closure possible for waste transfer station

Closure possible for waste transfer station

Public input could play a large role in deciding whether or not a waste transfer station in Black Diamond is closed.
Flood protection may be done in 2015

Flood protection may be done in 2015

The Province’s recent commitment of $10 million for flood mitigation and recovery in Black Diamond may be the end of river-related work in the community.

Black Diamond council sets priorities for 2015

Growth, pathways and beautification will play a large role in this year’s vision to further develop Black Diamond.
Community remembers former mayor

Community remembers former mayor

Integrity and honesty are among the words used to describe a man who breathed new life into Turner Valley more than a decade ago.
Input sought for sports fields

Input sought for sports fields

Residents living in the MD of Foothills’ west end will get a chance to speak out on what recreation opportunities they would like available in their region.

Albertans connect through education

Library patrons can spend this winter exploring their communities and the land through an award-winning series this winter.
Dates set for appeal hearings over water plans

Dates set for appeal hearings over water plans

Two residents’ concerns about the safety of their drinking water will be brought out into the open in three months.
Library has newcomers connecting

Library has newcomers connecting

Moving to a new community can be a challenge, especially when it comes to making friends and getting involved. The Sheep River Library Board wants to make it easier for new residents in the High Country area.