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Testing critical to protecting Albertans from COVID-19: econ minister

By Nikki Jamieson Sunny South News Increased testing and continued vigilance will help keep Albertans and the economy healthy, according to the minister of economic development, trade and tourism. In a telephone town hall on Friday, June 19, Tanya Fir, minister of economic development, trade and tourism, hosted a discussion on COVID-19 testing and the Stage 2 Relaunch for the province's relaunch strategy. "While the… Read More »

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Nonessential travel not recommended

By Nikki Jamieson Sunny South News Nonessential travel is still not recommended at this time due to the pandemic. In a telephone town hall on… Read More »

Local municipalities rank well on spending report

By Nikki Jamieson Sunny South News Some local municipalities have ranked well on a recently released Municipal Spending Report. The Canadian Taxpayer Federation report released… Read More »

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Coaldale town council rescinds private pool bylaw

By Nikki Jamieson Sunny South News Coaldale town council had rescinded an old bylaw pertaining to private pools in town. During their regular May 25… Read More »

Perry named Rookie of the Year, wins Mark Tennant award

By Nikki Jamieson Sunny South News A former Coaldale student has been named the national Rookie of the Year. Amaya Perry, a first year sciences student at… Read More »

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Put Canadians first. Stop the tax hike!

Wednesday was April Fools Day, but the Prime Minister's carbon tax increase failed to cause laughter among Canadians. Individuals in every part of our country… Read More »

Letter from publisher Ryan McAdams

To our subscribers, The safety and well-being of those in our community is our highest priority. We’re closely monitoring the latest information on COVID-19 and are being… Read More »

Editorial

It all starts with listening

A lot of society's ills are because of passing judgment on others using poorly-based, preconceived or just flat out bereft of actual facts to make… Read More »

History in the making: Army & Navy stores close after 101 years

I didn't realize in 1962, I worked for a prominent businessman Sam Cohen, who owned the Army & Navy Mail Order, Regina SK. began operations… Read More »

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County community halls, Prairie Tractor Museum to receive budgeted grant funding

Community grant policy rescinded as part of change to grant funding By Nikki Jamieson Sunny South News Going forward, grant funding will be provided to… Read More »

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