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Popular principal leaving her position

Popular principal leaving her position

Nancy Adams has seen a lot in the past 39 years. The Bert Church High School principal made no fewer than a dozen stops in her education career, before announcing her retirement, June 30.
Acme tot recovering well

Acme tot recovering well

Acme mother Rhonda Samoleski is grateful for community support following her son’s recovery from a near-fatal accident on March 18. Zachary McGrath, 3, was playing downstairs at home with his siblings and cousins when he began to climb a dresser.
School division lays out three-year plan

School division lays out three-year plan

Rocky View Schools’ trustees unanimously approved a new three-year plan after a detailed presentation from Superintendent of Schools Greg Bass, June 2.
Trustees approve tight budget

Trustees approve tight budget

Rocky View Schools’ trustees hashed out their 2011-12 budget and approved it by a 4-2 vote, June 2.
Heavy rainfalls causes localized flooding

Heavy rainfalls causes localized flooding

The late-May storm system, which elicited an Environment Canada rainfall warning for parts of Rocky View, caused localized flooding and damage to County infrastructure and roads.
Rocky View County supports Kathryn school upgrade

Rocky View County supports Kathryn school upgrade

Rocky View County council unanimously approved $22,000 in recreation funding to expand the asphalt pathway on the Kathryn school grounds.
Multi-faith church receives zoning

Multi-faith church receives zoning

Rocky View County unanimously approved a rezoning application for a proposed church, 1.6 kilometres west of Chestermere at the corner of Township Road 244 and Range Road 285.
Police Notebook: Woman crushed by car, killed near Balzac

Police Notebook: Woman crushed by car, killed near Balzac

On May 30 at about 6:30 p.m., Airdrie rural RCMP responded to the sudden death of a 43-year-old woman on an acreage northeast of CrossIron Mills mall. Cst. Rob Frizzell said the death was deemed 100 per cent non-suspicious in nature.
Congratulations, we got our schools

Congratulations, we got our schools

As was extensively reported last week, the government of Alberta announced that four new schools will be built in our constituency to be opened by 2014.
2011 Bert Church Chargers graduate in style

2011 Bert Church Chargers graduate in style

It was a night to remember for the graduating class of Bert Church High School, May 27.
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