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Thursday Dec 18, 2014
Not one phone call, not one town hall meeting, not one Letter to the Editor, not one mailout to voters, not one open house at the constituency office. Not one. Apparently Airdrie, we as voters don’t matter. ...
Thursday Dec 11, 2014
A driver arrested for going nearly 170 kilometres per hour flying down the highway with twice the legal blood alcohol limit? Incidents like that one make you want to stay inside and away from the highways on the weekend.
Thursday Dec 4, 2014
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Thursday Nov 20, 2014
We’ve been planning our Remembrance Day coverage for months now, searching for local veterans to share their heroic stories of service, and this year we’ve tracked down some remarkable former soldiers. See stories page 17 through 19.
Soon children and adults will be taking over the streets, dressed in terrifying costumes, going door-to-door giving home owners one major ultimatum, “trick or treat?”
Do you know what’s worse than having the same question asked 50 times? Answering the same question 50 times.
Another day, another government announcement it seems.
Every once in a while, there comes a story that resonates with everyone, and the story of George McDougall student Cailtin Haacke certainly took Airdrie’s attention.
We were happy to hear the young girl that was hit by a car on a crosswalk in the Meadowbrook neighbourhood on Sept. 26 was unharmed in the accident and didn’t sustain any long-term injuries. (See page 1 and 7).