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We’re proud to once again start our ‘Fill The Tree’ promotion, which raises funds for the Christmas Sharing Program


 Come in or mail your donations. The 2014 campaign officially starts today!

Thank you in advance!

They’re here! Read the Web Classifieds and have a great weekend!


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ICYMI: Wheat Kings come away with two wins, play three games in four nights


The Killam Wheat Kings played three games in four nights last week and came away with four out of a possible six points. Read More →

Rosalind Man Reported Missing – UPDATE: LOCATED

Jayson Ambrose, a Rosalind man reported missing.

Jayson Ambrose, a Rosalind man reported missing.

On October 19, 2014 at approximately 10 am Jayson Ambrose left his rural residence in Rosalind Alberta stating he was going out for a hike.

He was last seen headed east on Township 444 east of highway 854.

Update Tuesday, October 21 9:36 am: Jayson Ambrose of Rosalind has been located according to RCMP. Thank you for your assistance.

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Happy Thanksgiving! Catch up on the Classifieds!

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Presentation from holocaust survivor delivers a powerful anti-bullying message

Eva Olsson“Powerful.” That is how Sedgewick Central High Vice-Principal Stephen Hoyland described Eva Olsson’s presentation on Thursday, Oct. 2, after she spoke to students from all around Flagstaff County in Sedgewick.

Olsson started by telling students that almost 70 years ago, this month, she lived in a hole in the ground as slave labour.

“I want to talk to you today about hate, bullies, and bystanders,” she said.

She asked the students, teachers, and other members of audience to indicate by a show of hands, “How many of you use the word hate?”

“I don’t use that word,” she said, “hate is a killer, not a joke. I taught my grandchildren not to use it.

“I don’t like being called names, and I don’t like being pushed around, but I don’t hate.”

Olsson said she’d been bullied by the Nazi bullies, “The ultimate bullies.”

Why was she bullied? “Because I was ugly? Because I wore the wrong colour of nail polish? Because of my hair colour? No, it was because I was raised in a different religion.”

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Lougheed’s newest Council member elected by acclamation

At the close of nominations, on Tuesday, Sept. 30, the village of Lougheed had received one nomination for Councillor, that of Terry Phoenix.

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Forestburg Council looking to build new Fire Hall, County declines partnership

With more provincial grant funding now aimed at projects with two or more municipal partners, Forestburg Council recently made a decision to try to take advantage of funding under a new Alberta Communities Partnership Grant to build a new fire hall. Read More →

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