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Tammy Rollie

Tammy Rollie

Tammy Rollie is a staff reporter at OkotoksToday.ca and the Western Wheel newspaper, focusing on Wheel's West, local arts and culture and entertainment. For story tips contact trollie@okotoks.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Tammy

Black Diamond seeks funding for solar farm

Black Diamond seeks funding for solar farm

Westend Regional Sewage Services Commission is partnering with Town of Black Diamond in applying for funding for a solar panel farm through the Municipal Community Generation Challenge.
Artifacts tell story of Okotoks' unique past

Artifacts tell story of Okotoks' unique past

Okotoks Museum & Artifacts historians treasure artifacts that tell the story of local businesses that operated in the community in the first half of last century.
Okotoks author sharing life lessons

Okotoks author sharing life lessons

Mark Williams, who has Carpenter Syndrome, is teaching children how to be kind in his book Adventures of the Jungle Buddies.
Offerings at the Millarville Market

Offerings at the Millarville Market

Foothills: The Cookie Cupboard a sweet retreat
Dewdney nabs six award nominations

Dewdney nabs six award nominations

Dewdney Players Group Theatre has been nominated for six Community Theatre Awards through Calgary's Alliance Community Theatre.
Music, art taking over Longview park this weekend

Music, art taking over Longview park this weekend

Longstock festival offering an abundance of music, art in Longview's Smith-Fuller Centennial Park Aug. 17-18.
Okotoks launches first multicultural free little library

Okotoks launches first multicultural free little library

Syed Hassan spearheaded the first multicultural free little library in Okotoks, offering reading material about different cultures in various languages in front of the municipal building.
Offerings from the Millarville Market

Offerings from the Millarville Market

Foothills: Longview Beef Jerky a mouth-watering experience
Music festival reaching for the STARS

Music festival reaching for the STARS

Alberta artists head for the stage in Southern Alberta Music Festival in Mossleigh this weekend.
Okotoks ghost walk reveals scary stories of the past

Okotoks ghost walk reveals scary stories of the past

Three historians will lead the public on walking tours in downtown while sharing ghost stories under the full moon on Aug. 15