For those who hear the term “health inspector”, the image of someone scouring the kitchen of the local restaurant comes to mind. While that is true, that is only one aspect of the job as Kelsie Dale can attest.

If inspiration is infectious, Jess Shipton might best be quarantined. Instead, the ever-chipper Kate Andrews High School (KAHS) student was surrounded by thousands of like-minded youth and teachers at We Day celebrations in Calgary Oct. 27.

A fundraising concert is expected to bring people together to raise money for the new Kids First Family Centre in Fort Macleod, Dec. 5.

Monday, 09 November 2015 08:00

Small hamlet of Buffalo a busy place this winter

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This fall residents of Buffalo have been busy completing phase one of the landscaping around the Buffalo Community Hall.

Friday, 06 November 2015 08:00

U of A student seeks wetlands survey respondents

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A University of Alberta Masters student is hoping all landowners in Alberta will help her with her research and fill out a survey about conservation programs in the province.

The topic of property rights, land ownership and overall land management — whether from an economic all the way through to an ecological point of view — is a hot button topic that includes everything from the current battle with the sage grouse protection to former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice repealing the land assembly law/Bill19 in late 2014.

Thursday, 05 November 2015 08:00

Angels Within Us gears up for annual fundraiser

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A benefit dinner later this month will see people from the Pincher Creek area community come together to raise money for a worthy group. The Angels Within Us is holding its sixth annual community fundraiser dinner Nov. 21. at the Pincher Creek community hall.

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