Dear Editor;
I would like to respond to Grant's letter in last weeks paper. Grant said he never has had a problem with front curb pickup. I believe him. I know where he lives. When I lived in the peaceful district of Prairie Heights, I had no problems either. There were no animals in my garbage, very little traffic and no young lads racing up and down the streets in pickup trucks. If your garbage can or lid blew down the street, neighbors would know who it belonged to and someone would pick it u

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To the Editor;
IF you are in favour of front yard garbage Pickup!
Over 25% of town residents have NO choice regarding front curbside garbage pick up. Simply because we have no alleys. And we have no problems with it either.
Before I even begin to enumerate the advantages of the curbside pick-up let me make one very obvious observation.
The best possible way to "keep our streets clean and as uncluttered as possible of garbage bags"...AND free from garbage strewn about because animals have ripped

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To the Editor;
Have you noticed the Bold print Jab at our Town Council  in the capital under Town Of Trochu?
It reads Back alley pick up in for ALL Trochu Residence. WOW! No wonder they always do so well in the Town Beautification contest. They may as well add "It's hard to fix stupid ".
But let's try, Vote NO on September 7th...Amen.
Linda Ellis
Editor's Note: The people of the Town of Three Hills will all have an equal opportunity to decide the outcome concerning garbage pickup. Council will

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Dear Community;
It is hard to imagine that at the end of this week we will be moving away from this incredible community.
What started as a plan to leave Three Hills as soon as I finished my studies at Prairie, turned into 11 years of living life 'at home' in Three Hills.  Through serving as pastor at Manor Gospel Church, involvement at Prairie, the Food Bank, Ministerial, the Three Hills School and a few other things along the way, we have gotten to know many of you. Add to this Caroline's inv

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