To the Editor;
I always enjoy reading Timothy Shearlaw's "That's Life".  I especially enjoyed his last column where he said: "This electronic, techno-gossip column (Facebook), filled with anti-social networking is a loaded gun that is capable of destroying anyone or anything in its sites."
I believe that this wisdom does not only apply to the PBI situation, but to other situations as well.
Although I have lived in Trochu for less than three years, I have already seen two cases of gossip causing

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To the Editor;
It has been often said that the true test of character of either an individual or an institution is how they behave in an hour of trial or crisis. As one of the thousands of graduates of the oldest Bible Institute in Canada, I am dismayed by the responses of my Alma Mater, PBI, this past week.
What we have witnessed is typical corporate practice: rally the troops, circle the wagons, hunker down and wait for the storm to pass, and, above all, assure the alumni that it's really 'bus

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To the Editor;
Thank you, thank you to all our Historical Families and Businesses who have given their time and creativity to help us compile our Centennial Book for 2012.
A Town On The Move has become a labour of love for each and everyone involved.
We have received the program to begin the manuscript.
Remember: We get to see and purchase the book July 21, 2012 when we celebrate All Things Centennial in Three Hills.
Diane Enzie
for the Committee

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Dear Editor;
November 11, 2011 (11-11-11) marks the anniversary of the end of the First World War, and is a day for Canadians to honour and remember those who fought for their country and for those who continue to serve.
The First World War began in 1914. At the time, Canada was considered part of the British Empire, which meant it was automatically involved the moment Britain declared war. Canada's sacrifices and contributions to the war changed its history, earning Canada the right to sign the

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