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Thursday, 31 May 2018 10:23

11-22 Seed cleaning plant passes first hurdle

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The first hurdle has been cleared for the 11-22 Seed Cleaning Plant as it works to building a bigger, more efficient facility with better access for the grain haulers.

The distance from farm to table will soon be getting a lot shorter for Calgary Co-op members.

Doc’s Town will open for the season on Sunday, June 17. Country Pleasures Tea Room is hosting its traditional Fathers’ Day event Sundae Sunday starting at 1 p.m. The day’s special will be a variety of ice cream treats. 

The second annual truth and reconciliation event in Swift Current will focus on the need for families to heal from the trauma of the past.

The City of Swift Current will go ahead with an unplanned project in the 2018 capital budget to make use of an opportunity to pave the access and other roads at the Swift Current Airport.

A joint agreement has been reached between Alberta Beef Producers (ABP) and Alberta Cattle Feeders’ Association (ACFA) signifying a new era of collaboration in Alberta’s beef industry. The agreement aims to strengthen the investment in the future of the beef industry by driving efficiencies and cultivating opportunities.

When you talk to SouthGrow manager Peter Casurella, he is confident of the future of the economic growth of southwest Alberta.

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