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Location change for public hearing

The location has changed for a public hearing next month in response to two Turner Valley residents’ concerns about the quality of their tap water.
Council supports warning system

Council supports warning system

Emergency managers across the foothills are asking municipalities to hop on board with a warning system that taps into today’s technology.
Longview residents plan new pathway

Longview residents plan new pathway

A group of volunteers aim to get their friends and neighbours into the outdoors by offering a new recreational opportunity in Longview this year.
Spring completion expected for Turner Valley park

Spring completion expected for Turner Valley park

A Diamond Valley service club expects to see youngsters squeal with delight as they splash around in their town’s newest park.
Turner Valley council reviews plan for road

Turner Valley council reviews plan for road

Turner Valley councillors plan to take a closer look at a bylaw that would restrict vehicle access from part of the community to Black Diamond before taking further action. During its regular meeting on Feb.
Councillors approve water, sewer rate hike

Councillors approve water, sewer rate hike

Black Diamond residents may be tempted to turn the tap off a little quicker after they receive their next water and sewer bill. During its regular meeting on Feb.

Program helps youth becoming leader of tomorrow

Teenagers in the Diamond Valley area are being challenged to step out of their comfort zones and step up as leaders in their community through a new online program.
Campground getting $1 million in repairs

Campground getting $1 million in repairs

Camping in southern Alberta is the last thing on most minds in mid-February, except in Black Diamond.
Residents oppose Royalite road closure

Residents oppose Royalite road closure

Homeowners in a Turner Valley neighbourhood hope their collective voices will convince town councillors to reconsider closing a road that gives them direct access to Black Diamond.
Town says keep transfer site open

Town says keep transfer site open

Diamond Valley-area homeowners wanting continued access to an organic waste site close to home might have to dig into their pockets to keep it operating. Black Diamond town council agreed at its regular meeting on Feb.