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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

Two Turner Valley councillors may run again if councils push to merge

Two Turner Valley councillors may run again if councils push to merge

John Waring and Garry Raab plan to hand in their nomination papers for the 2021 municipal election, only if Black Diamond and Turner Valley councils agree to submit a request for amalgamation to the minister of municipal affairs in September.
Canmore Cave Tours a wild experience

Canmore Cave Tours a wild experience

Adventure underground
Black Diamond chiropractor making a splash

Black Diamond chiropractor making a splash

“It isn’t that hard to stand and move on the board. Most people are pleasantly surprised by that, but when I watch most beginners do it their technique is not correct. A session is what will get you from moving on your board to moving efficiently...” ~ Greg Morris, owner of SUP to the CORE
Black Diamond initiative to improve mental health

Black Diamond initiative to improve mental health

FCSS and Black Diamond Strong Mental Wellness Movement are teaming up with hopes to get people showcasing their favourite hobbies at a unique community event this summer.
Black Diamond council holds off on recycling, compost bin purchase

Black Diamond council holds off on recycling, compost bin purchase

Councillors say more information is needed while Turner Valley council approves the purchase of bins in preparation for curbside recycling.
Black Diamond, Turner Valley residents get answers at virtual meeting

Black Diamond, Turner Valley residents get answers at virtual meeting

Residents asked numerous questions ranging from the financial implications of amalgamation to why the Towns aren’t holding a referendum during two virtual information sessions on July 22.
Sky’s the limit for award-winning photographer

Sky’s the limit for award-winning photographer

Stanley Aryanto goes from winning awards to mentoring others 
Foothills Tourism group sees future in agritourism

Foothills Tourism group sees future in agritourism

Millarville Garlic farmer Cheryl Greisinger is providing one-on-one coaching for farmers and ranchers interested in pursuing agritourism through the Foothills Tourism Association.
Wearable art blends beauty with sustainability

Wearable art blends beauty with sustainability

Former Canmorite goes beyond fashion sense with InFocus 
Turner Valley administration hosting community party

Turner Valley administration hosting community party

Next month's Back Together Summer Celebration will offer free family-friendly activities including a barbecue, petting zoo, bounce houses, face painting, entertainment and dance party in Millennium Park.