Three Hills Curling Club to receive $100,000 CFEP Grant

The Three Hills Curling Club has been awarded a $100,000 grant to help with its ice-plant upgrades and other related improvements.

The announcement of the Community Facility Enhancement Program Grant came in a mid-January letter, according to Curling Club president Mark Ferguson.

“We are really happy with the announcement and are meeting this week to discuss how best to apply the funds,” Ferguson said.

The old system relied on a refrigerant which had been outlawed and had also excee

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Alberta takes steps to safely return to normal

Provincewide public health measures will be gradually lifted as the fifth wave of COVID-19 subsides and pressure on the health-care system eases.

Alberta will begin a careful and prudent plan to phase out public health measures, starting Feb. 8. The three-step approach will begin with lower-risk activities while maintaining protections for the health-care system, including continuing care facilities.

Beginning Feb. 8 at 11:59 p.m., Alberta will move to step one, which includes the removal of th

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On the afternoon of Friday, February 4, students from Prairie Christian Academy lined Hiway 583, in Three Hills, signs in hand to show their support for the removal of Vaccine Mandates.  Premier Kenny has stated that a 'phased' removal of the Mandates will be announced as early as this week.

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Town of Trochu Council report

Trochu Town Council held a regular meeting on January 24th, 2022. This was newly elected Councillor Cerilo De La Cruz’s first Council meeting. All Councillors were present either by Zoom or in-person, along with CAO Carl Peterson, Recording Secretary Toni Nelson, and Director of Operations Dave Nelson.

Council accepted the meeting’s agenda and moved previous meeting minutes.

Council was appreciative of Toni Nelson who has updated the Housekeeping Report in each meeting package to in

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