Former resident shares Hawaiian earthquake/volcano experience

With Hawaii’s recent earthquake and volcano activity, current resident of Hawaii, who is also a former resident of Three Hills, expressed his concerns about the recent events.

“It is getting much worse each day and people are leaving the Big Island more each day,” said Jason Brown, formerly of Three Hills.

“Everyone is on alert. It’s a sad but real situation.”

On May 9, Jason felt tremors from the 6.9 earthquake. Since then, more than 20 fissures have opened

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Badlands Motorsport Resort granted extension

Delegations: FCSS and Community Futures Wildrose

Shelley Jackson-Berry, Director for Kneehill Regional Family and Community Support Services presented Council with the FCSS 2017 annual report. The $466,361.04 budget received financial support of 23.4% from area municipalities and 76.6% coming from the province. The 23 programs delivered, benefitted 6305 individuals and realized 217 volunteers with 10,457 volunteer hours valued at $140,175.20. Councillors individually complimented Shelley and th

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Home destroyed in weekend blaze

Three Hills Fire and Rescue were dispatched to a structural fire Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 1 am.

Fire crews travelled three miles west and two miles south of Three Hills, where they discovered a farm home on fire.

The occupants of the home escaped uninjured.

Linden Fire and Rescue, Trochu Fire Department and Torrington Fire Department were also dispatched to the scene as was AHS Ambulance. The fire was knocked down but destroyed the structure.

Three Hills Fire and Rescue were again dispatched to

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Town of Trochu to consult public with regard to Mill Rate & Taxes

Town to Consult Public with regard to Mill Rate & Taxes

Minutes were passed for the April 23, 2018 regular council meeting and the May 7, 2018 Special Meeting. David Hibbs was on tonight’s May 14 agenda as a delegate, wanting to discuss Kneehill County. Mr. Hibbs asked for confirmation that the County had removed all of its grants. The answer was yes, except for the recreational funds for the pool (that dates back years). A portion of rural taxes helps pay pool expenses, which are aro

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