Grieving pet owner seeks answers in death of family dog

Dear Editor,

On Nov. 10 at approximately 6:00 p.m., someone hit and killed my two month-old puppy in Bluffton.

After letting her out for a brief moment, I was devastated to find her lying under the streetlight. She had been struck by a vehicle.

We all know the risks of our pets being out for those brief moments, but if you hit a puppy, please find it in your heart to take a second and stop and try to help or at least, find the owner.

She was a best friend and a big part of a lot of people’s lives. Please, whoever did this, or anyone who knows anything about this please find it in your heart to contact me at 403-963-0769 or at 403-843-0073.

Thank you.

Shane Graham and family

Rimbey

Just Posted

Leduc RCMP seek older suspect in alleged assault

Leduc RCMP seek public assistance in identifying assault suspect

Permit rescinded by Ponoka County for cannabis production facility

Apparently miscommunication on water led to decision by council

Victims and Survivors of Crime Week

Lots of sessions happening in Rimbey

Central Alberta Foodgrains Project

70 acres seeded just northwest of Bentley

Rimbey 4-H member show lambs

Lambs popular part of 4-H show and sale

Trudeau touts economic record at Liberal fundraiser in Vancouver

The Prime Minister was in B.C. for much of this week

CMHC defends mortgage stress test changes amid calls for loosening rules

Uninsured borrowers must now show they could service their mortgage if rates rose two per cent

Red Deer man arrested in connection with Leduc armed robbery

Leduc RCMP asking for public assistance after armed robbery – UPDATE

School bus crash in Edmonton sends 12 to hospital, 2 with broken bones

Alberta Health Services said there were no life-threatening injuries

Crews fight fire with fire to keep blaze from northern Alberta town

The wildfire now covers some 920 square kilometres

Supreme Court of Canada won’t hear Alberta murder appeals

Sheena Cuthill and her husband Timothy Rempel were found guilty three years ago of killing Ryan Lane

Pipeline protester chimes in on Justin Trudeau’s B.C. fundraising speech

The government purchased the Trans Mountain pipeline and expansion project for $4.5 billion

Canada stripping citizenship from Chinese man over alleged marriage fraud

The move comes amid severely strained relations between Ottawa and Beijing

Mayor says northern Alberta town still under threat from nearby wildfire

The blaze has now eaten its way through about 920 square kilometres of forest

Most Read