I had to shake my head this morning, Monday, September 19 when I saw people in winter coats and toques. I soon realized the heat wave is behind us. I, for one, am happy to see the end of it. And don’t worry about the rain. I was told by an authority that most all of the cereal crops have been harvested and the rain will not harm the remaining canola and flax. By the way things look warmer with warmer weather returning next week. I sincerely hope we’ve seen the end of the mid-30&rsquo

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Do you remember where you were when you first heard that Queen Elizabeth had died? I do now but willI remember 20 years from now? Hard to say.

In our house the Queen was loved. My mother and grandparents were British and my dad’s folks were from Scotland. We never questioned the monarchy or the importance of the Queen. Things are different now, but that applies to just about everything.

For Queen Elizabeth to have faithfully served the Commonwealth and the world for 70 years is truly an am

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The 2022/23 school year officially started with Tuesday, September 6 having been the first day back in class.

Drivers are urged to watch their speed as I assure you that our Peace Officers and RCMP members will be watching your driving habits very closely.

Wednesday, September 7, 2022 is the date set for the Annual Discovery Night in Three HIlls. If you are new to town or even if you’ve lived here all your life, Discovery Night is the place to be to learn more about your community.


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The first day of school is Tuesday, September 6, 2022. It’s hard to believe that the summer months have passed us by and not without recording one of the hottest months of August ever. I realize it’s been hot before but I don’t recall it being so hot for so long.

When I was a kid my Grandparents lived in Drumheller. I recall attending my grandmother’s funeral in 1962. It was so hot my sister’s lipstick melted in its tube. When you’re eight years old, that&rsqu

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