To the Editor;
To the person who dumped three black kittens in the hamlet of Huxley: it was a rotten and possibly desperate thing to do, although possibly quite intelligent and far better than drowning.
We already have a full-grown cat who fortunately lives upstairs. Years ago I built and installed a lattice gate, full height, to the entry to the stairs. The large resident male cat is thus separated from the kittens.  He sleeps all day and is 15 years old. We have a very large dog cage that our

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Dear Editor:
The Three Hills Hospital Auxiliary is in urgent need of a treasurer to help the organization to continue. We are hoping a volunteer will come forward to fill this position, but so far we have been unsuccessful in our search.
The Auxiliary plays an important part in our community, meeting hospital needs with funds from donations and grants, ensuring that money meant to stay in Three Hills Hospital stays in Three Hills Hospital. It is important that we remain able to continue our work

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Dear Friends and Fellow Producers,
I would like to let you know about the difficult decision I made recently to resign immediately as the director of District 2 for the Canadian Wheat Board. To those of you whom I consulted prior to making this decision, I would like to thank you for your advice and direction. To others, I offer this explanation.
In recent months, as the Government of Canada has build momentum to bring about positive and exciting changes, several board members have resisted all

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To the Editor;
Perhaps someone could explain to me why convicts are being chauffeured to visit family when they are incarcerated?
Two times in eight months Drumheller Corrections have had a guard overpowered while transporting an inmate to visit. No government employee comes to drive me "free" to visit my family. In the movies, people visit inmates with a telephone and window or across a table. When transporting inmates between prisons, two guards travel with the inmate and the inmate is locked

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