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Sometimes the teacher has a better grasp of students’ abilities than they do themselves. Coach Randy Janisko says his young Cardston High School (CHS) team will take a valuable lesson into the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) provincials April 24.

Other than a smattering of workers or media, Alberta Party candidate Jim Black (Medicine Hat) looks at a crowd of seniors during a political forum April 16 at Chinook Village and speaks earnestly as the May 5 Alberta provincial election approaches.

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Volunteers lauded in southwest Alta.

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In honour of National Volunteer Week, Alberta Health Services (AHS) officials set up several volunteer recognition events across the province. Throughout the week of April 12-18, volunteers were recognized and thanked for all of the work they do for the health-care industry.

The Eastern Alberta Trade Corridor won the Business and Investment Attraction Award of Excellence, at the Economic Developers of Alberta Conference held April 8-10, in Kananaskis, Alta.

Kevin Gietz has been re-appointed as superintendent of schools for Palliser Regional Schools for a new five-year term. The Board of Trustees received a letter of confirmation from Deputy Minister Lorna Rosen at the April 14 meeting.

The Rotary Club of Swift Current is partnering with the local Kiwanis to host the annual Lobsterfest fundraising event.


The director of a family service and community education centre in Ukraine visited Swift Current recently to speak to the members of the local Rotary Club about the work of the Florence Centre.

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