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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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Bring it On: The musical to hit the Sherwood Park stage

Students will bring competitive cheerleading to the stage this week. Bev Facey Community High School students will bring their adaptation of the classic teen comedy Bring it on, to life on stage May 21 - 23. Those in the school's performing arts program will show the audie...

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Travel advisory: Highway cleanup commences this weekend

Volunteers will be along the highways on Saturday, May 4. Drivers are asked to slow down and watch for pedestrians on the highways between 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Each year volunteers from clubs such as 4-H, Scouts, Girl Guides, schools, church organizations, Rotary clubs, sport...

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Hemp Facility Plans are Taking Root in Bruderheim

A newly proposed hemp facility has the community of Bruderheim talking. Canadian Rockies Hemp Corporation (CRHC) held an open house in Bruderheim on Monday, April 15 to update residents on the construction plans of their new hemp processing facility, as well as address any c...

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Sherwood Park band to perform at international music festival

The Salisbury Composite High band will perform at the event on Saturday, April 13. Roughly 50 Grade 10 - 12 students make up the Salisbury Composite High band that has qualified to take part in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Festival, in Banff. The event is an international comp...

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Advance polls officially open

Advance polling locations are open from Tuesday, April 9 until Saturday, April 13. This announcement was made by Alberta's Chief Electoral Officer, Glen Resler on Tuesday, April 13, via press release. This is the first time that advance electors will have access to a 'Vote...

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Fort High students to compete in international robotics competition

Students will travel to Calgary this week to take part in the robotics competition. Fort Saskatchewan High School will send 17 students to the 2019 Fort Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Robotics competition. The international competition will h...

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Multiple oversized loads heading through area

There will be road closures in the Fort this week. There is petrochemical equipment being moved to the Industrial Heartland over the course of four days. Several pieces being moved including a 293-tonne, 116 metre long de-propanizer and two gas fires heaters. All piec...

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Students bring Tom Jones to life on stage

Students bring a coming-of-age tale to the stage this week. Ardrossan Junior Senior High School's theatre group, Adrossan Drama Company (ADC) will perform Tom Jones, which was written by Henry Fielding on March 13 - 16. The story follows Tom Jones, a young man who must ste...

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Snowfall warning issued for central Alberta

You might want to grab a shovel. Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning for Friday, March 8 saying the general snowfall amount would be 10 - 15 cm, with some areas getting hit with 20 - 25 cm of heavy snow by late afternoon. The snow has been falling at a rate of 2-5...

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