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Breton collision claims two Drayton Valley lives

A collision between a sports utility vehicle (SUV) and a commercial tractor-trailer tanker unit has claimed the lives of two young males from Drayton Valley.

Productive fall sitting of Alberta Legislature wraps up

The addition of hundreds of new police officers and probation officers over the next three years, to enhance the safety and security of Albertans, is among the highlights of the Alberta government’s fall legislative session.
Grand Re-opening of Home Hardware

Grand Re-opening of Home Hardware

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High School donation

Hospital deconstruction continues

Hospital deconstruction continues

ATB staff spreads Christmas cheer

ATB staff spreads Christmas cheer

Wetaskiwin MP says opposition parties lack mandate to form coalition government

While Canadians from coast to coast were shuttering at the prospects of returning to the polls for another federal election just weeks after the last one, many more, including a majority of Albertans, were much more upset at the prospects of the Conservative government being overthrown in favour of a coalition government led by the Liberals and the New Democratic Party and supported by the Bloc Quebecois.
RCMP warns local seasonal revelers: if you drink and drive, your luck will run out

RCMP warns local seasonal revelers: if you drink and drive, your luck will run out

If you’re reading this, consider it your one and only warning. That’s the message coming from the Rimbey Detachment of the RCMP when it comes to those who choose to drink and drive, especially in light of all the Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties that’ll soon be underway.
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Province announces changes to beverage container recycling program, local facility to relocate

Province announces changes to beverage container recycling program, local facility to relocate

Changes to the province’s beverage container recycling program should encourage Albertans to return their empties to one of more than 200 collection sites in the province, including a new location in Rimbey that should be open by this coming January.