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County to fix damaged roads

Rocky View County council voted to increase the budget to fix 70 to 80 kilometres of rain-damaged country roads within the municipality.

Irricana councillor to seek re-election

Current Irricana councillor and deputy mayor Terry McAuley is running for re-election in this fall’s municipal race.

Rocky View County municipal race heats up

There are 22 official candidates running in this fall’s Rocky View County municipal election, Oct. 18. Nominations closed at noon on Sept. 20. Elections will be held in eight of the nine divisions, as all but one has at least two candidates.
Crossfield mayoral candidate no stranger to politics

Crossfield mayoral candidate no stranger to politics

The world of politics is no stranger to Crossfield mayoral candidate Nathan Anderson.

Div. 9 candidate offers fresh perspective

Another candidate has announced her intention to seek election in the County’s Division 9, bringing the district’s total up to four candidates.

Council approves long-term development plans

The Municipal Development Plan (MDP) and the Downtown and Entrance Area Redevelopment Plan (ARP) are two long-term policy documents that will steer the future of development in Crossfield.
Grade 6 class prepares for trip to space

Grade 6 class prepares for trip to space

Ralph McCall School Grade 6 teacher Brian Jackson and his Airdrie Space Science Club are on track to launch a weather balloon project Oct. 2 in Beiseker.

Police notebook: Investigation leads to five arrests

Operation Klepto has concluded with five arrests and more than 30 charges being levied against the accused. The investigation looked into a string of thefts in the Airdrie area.
Kathyrn school council veteran looking to represent Ward 1

Kathyrn school council veteran looking to represent Ward 1

Shauna Traub has set her heights high for this October. The mother of three is vying to be Rocky View Schools’ (RVS) newest trustee. She has served on Kathyrn’s school council as treasurer or chair over the past 12 years.
Bearspaw residents speak out at Task Force meeting

Bearspaw residents speak out at Task Force meeting

About 175 people attended the third Reeve’s Task Force meeting, held at the Bearspaw Lifestyle Centre, Sept. 22. Many of the residents spoke out against the Growth Management Strategy (GMS) and in favour of property rights for landowners.