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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 school going above and beyond to support students

Black Diamond school going above and beyond to support students

Several Oilfields High School staff members are dedicating the majority of their time to the well-being of students and their families as they navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Foothills film industry taking a hit

Foothills film industry taking a hit

Longview's John Scott and Okotoks' Scott Lepp are among film industry workers awaiting word from the provincial government on when filming can resume in Alberta.
New initiative points to open businesses in Black Diamond

New initiative points to open businesses in Black Diamond

Diamond logos in storefront windows are informing shoppers which shops are open for business.
Millarville Farmers’ Market set to open June 20

Millarville Farmers’ Market set to open June 20

The 2020 Millarville Farmers' Market season comes with numerous restrictions for vendors and visitors alike.
Playgrounds opening Monday in Black Diamond and Turner Valley

Playgrounds opening Monday in Black Diamond and Turner Valley

Following the lead of Deena Hinshaw, Alberta's chief medical officer, the two Towns are moving ahead with opening their playgrounds on June 1.
Black Diamond couple keeping busy while self-isolating

Black Diamond couple keeping busy while self-isolating

Al and Della Dickie are enjoying working in their garden, flower beds and Al’s leather making shop, but they miss visiting with friends and family, attending church services and getting creative in their writing classes.
Bar U Ranch opens its doors Monday

Bar U Ranch opens its doors Monday

The Bar U Ranch National Historic Site is among several Parks Canada facilities opening on June 1, but it will come with limited services and access in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Foothills band Taken by Sanity on the road to success

Foothills band Taken by Sanity on the road to success

Pop band's music video for Streetlights has hit YouTube, promoting its self-produced EP Saturn Days, which releases May 29.
Black Diamond school celebrating its graduates

Black Diamond school celebrating its graduates

Posters featuring the faces of Oilfields High School's approximately 50 grads will be placed in front of Town's municipal building later this week.
Tax reductions on the way for most Turner Valley homeowners

Tax reductions on the way for most Turner Valley homeowners

Turner Valley's 2020 tax rate bylaw offers a slight decrease for most homeowners and little to no change for most commercial and industrial property owners.