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RVS' partnership with Edge will continue until 2013

RVS' partnership with Edge will continue until 2013

The relationship between Rocky View Schools (RVS) and the Edge School for Athletes in Springbank will continue for another year.
Irricana volunteers honoured at annual event

Irricana volunteers honoured at annual event

The Town of Irricana hosted its centennial volunteer appreciation dinner and awards presentation, Nov. 24 at the community centre.
RVS approves 2011/12 budget amendments

RVS approves 2011/12 budget amendments

Rocky View Schools’ 2011/12 budget now includes the $2.88 million restored by the provincial government in October, following fall budget amendments last week.
Irricana council considers tax increase

Irricana council considers tax increase

Irricana councillors met for the second time in as many weeks in the hopes of finalizing the Town’s 2012 budget, but did not succeed and will continue the process at the next council meeting on Dec. 6.
Windstorm wreaks havoc in Rocky View

Windstorm wreaks havoc in Rocky View

Beiseker’s streets looked like a scene from a movie after a wicked windstorm blew through the town, Nov. 27.
Police Notebook: Three vehicles reported missing

Police Notebook: Three vehicles reported missing

Three vehicles were stolen from a rural address on Valleyview Road in Rocky View County on Nov. 25. At about 10:45 p.m. that night, Airdrie RCMP responded a report of a break and enter at the address.
Rocky View council approves 90-lot development

Rocky View council approves 90-lot development

Rocky View County council approved a redesignation application for a 90-lot residential community, Nov. 29. The quarter section, located four kilometres east of Chestermere, belongs to longtime residents and farmers John and Doreen Knight.
County rejects rural golf course

County rejects rural golf course

Rocky View County council rejected a land zoning application to support an 18-hole golf course, convention facility and hotel in a 5-4 vote, Nov. 29.
Farmers see end of CWB as Bill C-18 passes third reading

Farmers see end of CWB as Bill C-18 passes third reading

Western Canadian grain farmers will soon see the formal end of the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) and be able to sell their products in an open market for the first time in nearly 70 years.
Province appoints all-PC task force on property rights

Province appoints all-PC task force on property rights

Premier Alison Redford announced a task force to look at Albertans’ concerns regarding property rights, Nov. 24.
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