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Canadian Water Summit to be held in Calgary

Canadian Water Summit to be held in Calgary

The third annual Canadian Water Summit will be held in Calgary on June 28 at the Telus Spark Science Centre.
Crossfield welcomes new sporting school

Crossfield welcomes new sporting school

Crossfieldís W.G. Murdoch school will expand its educational breadth to include a hockey program for students in grades 6-12 beginning in September.
Tower Lane Drive bridge to be closed for two weeks

Tower Lane Drive bridge to be closed for two weeks

The bridge on Tower Lane Drive will be closed daily from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for two weeks starting Jan. 3, due to creek clean-up operations near the bridge.
Tower Lane Drive bridge to be closed for two weeks

Tower Lane Drive bridge to be closed for two weeks

The bridge on Tower Lane Drive will be closed daily from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for two weeks starting Jan. 3, due to creek clean-up operations near the bridge.
Police Notebook: Man charged for tailing ambulance north of city

Police Notebook: Man charged for tailing ambulance north of city

On Jan. 1, Airdrie RCMP’s Integrated Traffic Unit were dispatched to calls of a silver Toyota Celica following closely to a southbound ambulance north of Airdrie.
Festival of Lights attendance up, volunteers down

Festival of Lights attendance up, volunteers down

The Airdrie Festival of Lights had a good year. Bob Abbott, chair of the Festival of Lights, said attendance for the 2011 event was the best ever.
Airdrie residents recycle Christmas waste

Airdrie residents recycle Christmas waste

The Airdrie Recycling Depot saw a huge increase as residents unwrapped their Christmas presents and undecked the halls this holiday.
Good Samaritan carjacked at knifepoint near Airdrie

Good Samaritan carjacked at knifepoint near Airdrie

Convicted felon William Clayton Bradshaw of Red Deer has been re-arrested after a botched afternoon carjacking near Airdrie, Dec. 29.
Green party back on Alberta's political scene

Green party back on Alberta's political scene

After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, the Alberta green party is back on the political scene. The EverGreen Party of Alberta was registered by Elections Alberta on Dec.
Airdrie PCs looking for candidates

Airdrie PCs looking for candidates

Nominations for the Progressive Conservative party in Airdrie began Jan. 5 in preparation for a yet-to-be-announced spring election. A 13-day window will be open for candidates to officially file nomination papers and a Jan.
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