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    School Boards Get Financial Reprieve

      Some good news for school boards across Alberta. Cuts in funding planned by the Prentice government, before the election, have been shelved by the new Rachel Notley NDP government. Notley says the money will fund positions like assistants for special needs students, students learning a second language and for transportation gr...

  • Ending The Traffic Circle Debate

    The traffic circle in High River has always been, and still is a controversial topic for many. When Town Council first proposed the roundabout, back in 2010, many residents ...

  • Boundaries Revealed For Davisburg School

    A big night for Christ the Redeemer Schools on Wednesday as plans were reviewed with parents for the new Davisburg area school.Highlighted were plans on the new facility and w ...

  • Okotoks Puts In For Canada 150 Funding

    With 150 million dollars up for grabs across the nation, the Town of Okotoks decided to put a bid in to get their piece of the pie. To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, th ...

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    Locals In The Middle Of The Pack

    A little rain Thursday night in Grande Prairie slowed the wagons down a bit as they wrapped up the first night of racing in the 2015 WPCA season. High River's Jason Glass was th
  • Mustangs Boys Take Their Final Bow

    The high school rugby season comes to an end for the Highwood Mustangs boys Thursday. They're back at the Calgary Rugby Union Thursday afternoon to square of

  • Dawgs' Rodrigues Returns To The Field

    After a year of watching from the press box, Thomas Rodrigues is ready to get back on the field for the Okotoks Dawgs. Known around Seaman Stadium as "T-Rod,

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