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Open Farm Days starts this weekend

Find out what is new and where to take the family. More than 150 farms in Alberta will host open houses, tours and a chance for visitors to buy locally grown and homemade products at this years Open Farm Days running, August 17-18. “Open Farm Days is a fantastic event th...

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Canola field photo contest: Huge thank you to everyone

That is a wrap on our canola field photo contest. Check out the winners and our favourite photo submissions from the last three weeks. Photo submitted by Rianne Gabert. Week one winner.Photo submitted by Jennifer Brown. Week one winner.Photo submitted by Madison Bossert. Week...

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Havanese Named Arrow Hits the Bullseye on Canada Day

Havanese and Pomeranian breeder Terra Penner, owner of TerraMarie Pomeranians in Riley Alberta, got a big surprise this Canada Day from her female Havanese named Arrow; delivery of a whopping 11 puppies. “In my practice we deal with quite a few breeders and any litters of t...

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Break ins at Bruderheim Public Works Launch Security Changes

Theft and vandalism at Bruderhiem’s Public Works yard have prompted changes in the way security is handled for the area. “In five years, our Public Works yard has been broken into four times,” said Patty Podoborozny, chief administrative officer for the Town of Bruderh...

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Bruderheim Council Votes to Put Off Decision on Junior A Hockey

In a unanimous vote, Bruderheim Town Council has decided to hold off making a decision on bringing in a junior A hockey team for at least one year. Brian Brown and Ron White, of Western States Hockey League, brought forward a presentation to council at a special meeting May 2...

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Free park N ride returns for Canada Day celebrations

It's time to celebrate the country's 152nd birthday and for Fort residents that means not having to drive. With many cities/towns celebrating in their own way, the Fort returns this year with another big musician hitting the stage; Doc Walker. Opening act Jesse Roper will ...

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Community raises more than $3000 for SYNC program

The fundraiser was held at the Station Square Co-op in Fort Saskatchewan earlier this month. The Seniors and Youth Networking Communities (SYNC) program has Grades 5 and 6 students from SouthPointe School, James Mowat Elementary and Fort Saskatchewan Christian School visiting...

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