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Tammy Rollie

Tammy Rollie

Tammy Rollie is a staff reporter at OkotoksToday.ca and the Western Wheel newspaper, focusing on Wheel's West, local arts and culture and entertainment. For story tips contact trollie@okotoks.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Tammy

Turner Valley cowboy poet spends pandemic penning new book

Turner Valley cowboy poet spends pandemic penning new book

Doris Daley poses a series of serious, humourous and thought-provoking questions to her friends in her book That's a Good Answer.
Online auction to recoup lost revenue at Millarville Racetrack

Online auction to recoup lost revenue at Millarville Racetrack

The Millarville Experience Auction runs throughout July, offering approximately 75 items to bid on until 5 p.m. on July 31.

Bird causes region-wide power outage on Canada Day

More than 15,000 people across the Foothills were without power after a bird made contact with one of Fortis Alberta’s transformers near High River on July 1.
OKOTOKIAN: Ready to take on the world

OKOTOKIAN: Ready to take on the world

The future looks bright for Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School graduates
Mural depicts Black Diamond's charming features

Mural depicts Black Diamond's charming features

Turner Valley artist Mady Thiel-Kopstein captures town with whimsical painting.
Contest sends radio waves around the world

Contest sends radio waves around the world

Amateur radio operators in Okotoks spent last weekend showcasing their abilities in a global competition.
Longview council approves new western-themed brand

Longview council approves new western-themed brand

Longview Village council unanimously approved the western-themed brand presented by the economic development committee’s branding subcommittee at a council meeting last month.
Golfer rescues Langdon boy from Sheep River

Golfer rescues Langdon boy from Sheep River

UPDATE: Calgary golfer Reef Caulder rescued the seven-year-old after he was swept half a kilometre downstream.
Bar U Ranch exhibit pays tribute to the Stoney Nakoda people

Bar U Ranch exhibit pays tribute to the Stoney Nakoda people

The role Indigenous people had in ranching life has now become a permanent fixture at the Bar U Ranch National Historic Site.
Black Diamond finds new way to celebrate Canada Day in light of COVID-19

Black Diamond finds new way to celebrate Canada Day in light of COVID-19

The annual Diamond Music Fest & Canada Day Celebrations in Black Diamond will be replaced with decorations and an incentive to shop locally on July 1.