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Bragg Creek resident petitions trustees

Bragg Creek resident petitions trustees

A Bragg Creek mother hopes to persuade Rocky View Schools’ trustees to allow nine local students to ride division buses to Cochrane. Wilma Parfitt spoke to trustees about the busing options, May 5.
Bragg Creek resident petitions trustees

Bragg Creek resident petitions trustees

A Bragg Creek mother hopes to persuade Rocky View Schools’ trustees to allow nine local students to ride division buses to Cochrane. Wilma Parfitt spoke to trustees about the busing options, May 5.
Irricana residents launch petition requesting Provincial investigation

Irricana residents launch petition requesting Provincial investigation

A group of Irricana residents, led by former town councillor and Rocky View Schools’ trustee Jennifer Avery, has launched a petition requesting a Municipal Affairs inquiry and investigation into the Town’s conduct.
Police Notebook: Fatal crash near Springbank involved alcohol and speed

Police Notebook: Fatal crash near Springbank involved alcohol and speed

Eighteen-year-old Emily Matthewson from Regina was killed in a single-vehicle accident near Springbank on April 30. Cochrane RCMP responded to the rollover that occurred on Springbank Road about five kilometres east of Highway 22.
Interim CAO steps down

Interim CAO steps down

A special meeting of council was held on April 23 where council accepted a letter from Interim CAO Annette Culp stating she was stepping down from the Town.
New floor will offer new options for Irricana

New floor will offer new options for Irricana

Irricana residents will no longer have to drive to a larger community to enjoy the benefits of an indoor recreation centre.
County's snow clearing policy causes concern

County's snow clearing policy causes concern

A farmer who has lived east of Airdrie for almost 30 years is expressing concern about the County’s new snow clearing policy.
Farmers' Advocate Office meeting with municipalities

Farmers' Advocate Office meeting with municipalities

A provincial advocate has been visiting Alberta municipalities to speak with administrators and councillors regarding the Farmers’ Advocate Office and its services for landowners.
Crop seeding delayed due to late spring thaw

Crop seeding delayed due to late spring thaw

Although seeding is a little behind, there’s no need to panic, says James Wright, an Agriculture Financial Services Corporation employee who creates Alberta crop reports. “Farmers are a little behind,” said Wright.
Sorenson makes it five straight in Crowfoot

Sorenson makes it five straight in Crowfoot

Kevin Sorenson secured 84 per cent of the vote in his Crowfoot riding. The Conservative incumbent has never received less than 70 per cent support in his four previous elections.
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