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Bring back the bison, says Foothills farmer

Bring back the bison, says Foothills farmer

1907 Bison ranch southwest of High River is committed to honouring the history of the iconic animals.
Okotoks emotional support livestock a good decision, says pig owner

Okotoks emotional support livestock a good decision, says pig owner

Longview resident Paola Jumilla has owned a pet pig for emotional support since 2020.
Turner Valley RCMP advises of heavy police presence

Turner Valley RCMP advises of heavy police presence

The public is being advised to avoid Windsor Avenue due to a heavy police presence and an unspecified incident.
Big names in music among those invited to Ian Tyson memorial

Big names in music among those invited to Ian Tyson memorial

The memory of a Canadian music legend will live on at a Foothills venue that he knew so well.
Alberta Parks paving way for more parking in Kananaskis Highwood Pass

Alberta Parks paving way for more parking in Kananaskis Highwood Pass

“Increased parking capacity will help the area safely welcome more visitors, including providing a pull-through loop for RV parking and future transit opportunities.”
GALLERY: Horses and kids compete in the Millarville Races

GALLERY: Horses and kids compete in the Millarville Races

The 119th Millarville Races occurred on July 1.
GALLERY: Diamond Valley high school grads go out in style

GALLERY: Diamond Valley high school grads go out in style

Oilfields Schools graduation ceremony was held on June 27.
Diamond Valley introduces eGov account services

Diamond Valley introduces eGov account services

New service allows Diamond Valley residents to check utility and tax accounts online.
Foothills alpaca farmer looking to rebuild after fire

Foothills alpaca farmer looking to rebuild after fire

A GoFundMe page has raised more than $40,000 since a barn fire near Millarville killed eight alpacas and a dog in October 2023.
Property tax bills arrive in Diamond Valley with 5% hike

Property tax bills arrive in Diamond Valley with 5% hike

A 12 per cent increase in the provincial education requisition means that zero tax hike approved last fall is out the window.
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