After being tired of driving her children to Coleman to play in a splash park, a Pincher Creek woman has made it possible to have a similar such park in Pincher Creek.

The Alpine Club of Canada (ACC) has been approved to operate its first facility in Waterton Lakes National Park.

Some did it to lighten their student loan debt down the road. Others used it as a stepping-stone for future careers. When it came to the Dual Credit Health Care Aide program, however, Westwind School Division students were unanimous in their praise.

With this year’s Southern Alberta Youth Range Days already about 50 per cent full, youth shouldn’t wait to register if they are interested in attending.

Prairie Rose School Division officials are another step closer to seeing the benefits of wind power being used in the rural schools, excluding Redcliff.

ATCO Sustainable Communities (ATCO) announced May 27 that it has signed a contract with the Piikani Nation to construct a 36,000-sq.-ft. multipurpose centre in Brocket.

Thursday, 11 June 2015 08:28

The Hills alive with music and dance

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The hills will be alive with music and dance again this weekend as the Hills are Alive Music and Dance Cultural Fest returns to the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park Alberta. The cultural fest starts Thursday and runs until Sunday (June 11-14).

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