The 1st Street Utility Replacement Project, in Three Hills, is well underway. Shawne Excavating and Trucking Ltd. are pictured working at the 1st Street East cul-de-sac. At press time the water and sewer lines were in place with renewal and transfer of services soon to begin. According to Operations, the project is on schedule with the total project set for completion by the end of June, if the weather cooperates. No asphalt schedule has been set as yet.

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Building Affordable Homes And Stronger Communities

Alberta’s government is providing nearly $66 million to support more than 450 new affordable housing units and shelter beds across the province.

Alberta’s government is committed to ensuring low-income and vulnerable Albertans have access to safe, secure and affordable homes. To address the diverse needs of Alberta’s communities, the government is investing in building more affordable and supportive homes across the province.

Through the Affordable Housing Partnership Program,

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Murray Fenton Named Three Hills Fire Chief

The Town of Three Hills is pleased to announce that Murray Fenton has been appointed as the Fire Chief of the Three Hills Fire Department.

With 14 years of dedicated service within the fire department, Murray has demonstrated exceptional commitment and expertise, having fulfilled diverse roles throughout his tenure. He is enthusiastic about assuming the role of Chief and is eager to leverage his experience to make a meaningful impact on our residents and community.

If you see Murray around the

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Emergency Preparedness Week Is May 5-11, 2024

We rely on technology more and more to keep in touch with our family, friends, and colleagues with a click of a button. But what happens in the event of a major emergency? Suddenly these tools can become vital in helping you and your family deal get in touch and stay informed. So here are some tips on the use of technology in an emergency:

If possible, use non-voice channels like text messaging, email or social media. These use less bandwidth than voice communications and may work even when pho

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