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    Highway Safety Number One Concern For Long Weekend

    Another long weekend means another round of safety reminders for Albertans who plan on taking to the highway. Just like any other three-day weekend, collisions and infractions spike significantly. "September long weekend is often referred to as the last kick at summer," said Sgt. Ian Shardlow with the High River RCMP. "We really want ...

  • Alberta To See Increase In Minimum Wage

    Effective Sept. 1, Alberta's general minimum wage will increase from $9.95 to $10.20 per hour. The liquor-server wage will also see a 25 cents increase from $9.05 to $9.20 ...

  • Downtown Night Life at Top of Brooks' List for Okotoks

    Community planner and tourism expert Roger Brooks released the results of his recent community assessment of the Town of Okotoks at a meeting attended by 200 people on Thursda ...

  • Delay In Accused Killer's Court Appearance

    No court appearance for a Calgary man charged in the stabbing deaths of five people at a University of Calgary house party in April. A delay in the completion of the psychi ...

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    23rd Annual Okotoks Pro Rodeo This Weekend

    In what has been a Labour Day weekend tradition, the 23rd annual Okotoks Pro Rodeo flies out of the gates this weekend.Some of North America's best cowboys and cowgirls will descen
  • Flyers Launch Camp

    The High River Flyers get things started Thursday night with the first of three days of try-out camp for the Junior "B" club. Coach Murray Wegener says he's

  • Oilers & Oil Barons On Tap Thursday

    The Okotoks Oilers open a three game pre-season tournament at home  Thursday night as they welcome the Fort McMurray Oil Barons to town. Oilers Coach Ja

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