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Province considers town'    s water safe

Province considers town' s water safe

Despite declaring Turner Valley’s drinking water safe, the provincial government is requiring the Town to make some changes.
Concerns remain over Imperial drive closure

Concerns remain over Imperial drive closure

Royalite residents are calling efforts to prevent traffic from using a closed road through a nearby golf course insufficient.
Day-time council meetings return

Day-time council meetings return

One less night spent in Turner Valley’s council chambers is expected to save money and offer convenience for Town staff.

Residents pumped about transit pilot

Turner Valley citizens say they look forward to a two-year pilot project that will bring public transit to their community.
Jacket Racket keeping people warm

Jacket Racket keeping people warm

Keeping people warm during the coldest months of the year has become a decades-old tradition for a group of volunteers.

Work to start on Diamond Valley growth plan

Four councillors from two neighbouring communities will spend the next few months brainstorming future development in their communities.
Tim Hortons to open in 2016

Tim Hortons to open in 2016

Canada’s most popular coffee and donut stop is expected to open its doors in Black Diamond in less than a year. Jaymont Developers principal Jason Williams anticipates Tim Hortons restaurant will be open in September 2016.
Clowns a scary sight in Spook House

Clowns a scary sight in Spook House

Foothills residents brave enough to enter the Turner Valley legion basement after dark this month will never look at circus carnivals the same way.
Councillors approve urban chickens

Councillors approve urban chickens

More urban chickens could be scratching around Black Diamond backyards after council voted last week to allow residents to raise the birds. Black Diamond town council unanimously agreed on Oct.
Decalta Road re-opened to traffic

Decalta Road re-opened to traffic

A Turner Valley road notorious for potholes and rough surfaces finally got the facelift it needed. Decalta Road from 16th Avenue to Main Street was reopened last week after construction crews repaved and repaired rough sections of the road.