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Big Hill West Light Horse 4-H Club shines

Big Hill West Light Horse 4-H Club shines

The animals are always the main attraction at 4-H on Parade. Horse, cows and sheep are put on display, judged and even sold over the course of the three day event, which was held May 27-29 at the Calgary Stampede grounds.
Jack-of-all-trades a winner at 4-H on Paradee

Jack-of-all-trades a winner at 4-H on Paradee

Aiden Jamieson was a busy man during 4-H on Parade. The 15-year-old from the Bow Valley Beef and Multi 4-H Club participated in four different competitions during the May 27-29 event.

County approves parks and trails plan

Council unanimously approved Rocky View County’s Parks and Open Space Master Plan, May 31. The document is a 25-year plan that will help the County make decisions about future open spaces, parks and trails.
Heavy rainfalls causes localized flooding

Heavy rainfalls causes localized flooding

The late-May storm system, which elicited an Environment Canada rainfall warning for parts of Rocky View, caused localized flooding and damage to County infrastructure and roads.

Federal government to support parents and protect youth

Young pop star Miley Cyrus recently caused a stir in the media by using it, but until then it’s likely a safe bet that not many Canadian adults have heard about an herb called salvia.
Springbank Middle principal moves to Bert Church

Springbank Middle principal moves to Bert Church

With the retirement of longtime principal Nancy Adams, Bert Church High School will now look to Pam Davidson to lead the charge. Davidson, currently employed as Springbank Middle School’s principal, has been a Rocky View Schools’ employee since 1992.

Federal government to support parents and protect youth

Young pop star Miley Cyrus recently caused a stir in the media by using it, but until then it’s likely a safe bet that not many Canadian adults have heard about an herb called salvia.

School division lays out three-year plan

Rocky View Schools’ trustees unanimously approved a new three-year plan after a detailed presentation from Superintendent of Schools Greg Bass, June 2.

Trustees approve tight budget

Rocky View Schools’ trustees hashed out their 2011-12 budget and approved it by a 4-2 vote, June 2.

County approves parks and trails plan

Council unanimously approved Rocky View County’s Parks and Open Space Master Plan, May 31. The document is a 25-year plan that will help the County make decisions about future open spaces, parks and trails.