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Black widow spiders found in Airdrie

Black widow spiders found in Airdrie

Propak Systems Ltd. confirmed the discovery of more than a dozen black widow spiders at an Airdrie warehouse, July 25. The confirmation came after an anonymous e-mail was sent to the City View from an employee.
We are approaching Alberta's defining moment

We are approaching Alberta's defining moment

How we manage Alberta’s finances during the next decade will likely determine the prosperity of our province for the next century. It’s a bold claim to be sure, but let me explain.
Crossfield mayor talks about crash, flying career

Crossfield mayor talks about crash, flying career

The flight lasted all of 90 seconds, but for pilot Nathan Anderson and passenger Kurtis Kristianson it felt like an eternity. On July 21, they took off from Anderson’s father’s land west of Airdrie.
We are approaching Alberta's defining moment

We are approaching Alberta's defining moment

How we manage Alberta’s finances during the next decade will likely determine the prosperity of our province for the next century. It’s a bold claim to be sure, but let me explain.
Wild Rose Hockey Challenge scores for local charities

Wild Rose Hockey Challenge scores for local charities

A summertime game is just the thing to give hockey-loving Canadians their fix while they wait for NHL training camps to open.
Provincial spending must be reined in: MLA

Provincial spending must be reined in: MLA

Alberta’s Wildrose party released its economic action plan to curb government spending, last week. Airdrie-Chestermere MLA Rob Anderson said the No. 1 priority is to balance the budget.
Illegal dumping a growing concern throughout Airdrie

Illegal dumping a growing concern throughout Airdrie

Illegal dumping has become a problem for commercial and residential property owners around the city, according to a local business owner.
Crossfield mayor talks about crash, flying career

Crossfield mayor talks about crash, flying career

The flight lasted all of 90 seconds, but for pilot Nathan Anderson and passenger Kurtis Kristianson it felt like an eternity. On July 21, they took off from Anderson’s father’s land west of Airdrie.
Police Notebook: Old Town vehicles being targeted, warns RCMP

Police Notebook: Old Town vehicles being targeted, warns RCMP

Airdrie RCMP are investigating two separate cases of mischief and vandalism in the city. During the evening of July 15, RCMP responded to five complaints of smashed car windows, which had various items stolen out of them.
Provincial spending must be reined in: MLA

Provincial spending must be reined in: MLA

Alberta’s Wildrose party released its economic action plan to curb government spending, last week. Airdrie-Chestermere MLA Rob Anderson said the No. 1 priority is to balance the budget.
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