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Amir Said

Amir Said

Amir Said is a reporter and photographer covering local news in Okotoks and Foothills County. Amir graduated from the University of Regina, where he was a student journalist, and worked with non-profits in Regina and Calgary before joining the Western Wheel.

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587-325-6248
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Recent Work by Amir

Foothills rodeo to honour memory of two young cowboys

Foothills rodeo to honour memory of two young cowboys

The Longview Memorial Ranch Scramble & Ranch Broncs is happening on Saturday, June 22 in honour of Tel Rhine and Ben Steiger.
Okotoks Farmers' Market launches at new location

Okotoks Farmers' Market launches at new location

The annual market is now happening in the parking lot of Okotoks Centennial Arenas.
Millarville Farmers' Market makes annual return

Millarville Farmers' Market makes annual return

The Millarville Farmers' Market runs from June 15 to October 12.
GALLERY: Hundreds run through the Foothills for half marathon

GALLERY: Hundreds run through the Foothills for half marathon

The eleventh annual Millarville "Run To The Farmers' Market" Half Marathon and COBS Cinnamon Bun Run 8-Miler took place on Saturday, June 15.
Foothills charity celebrates grand opening of new location

Foothills charity celebrates grand opening of new location

The Foothills Advocacy in Motion Society celebrated the opening of its new location in Okotoks, after searching for more office space since 2022.
GALLERY: Family-friendly fun at Okotoks Children's Festival

GALLERY: Family-friendly fun at Okotoks Children's Festival

The annual festival followed the Okotoks Parade on Saturday, June 15.
GALLERY: Okotoks Parade rolls through town, celebrates community

GALLERY: Okotoks Parade rolls through town, celebrates community

The theme of the annual parade this year was community togetherness.
Okotoks three-legged buck still doing well two years later

Okotoks three-legged buck still doing well two years later

Wildlife biologist Dr. Susan Lingle shares her thoughts on how, for over two years now, a male mule deer has been thriving with only three legs.
Foothills student needs your vote for national competition

Foothills student needs your vote for national competition

Online voting for the Canada’s History youth awards closes on July 2.
Deer carcass found on top of Big Rock, cause of death unknown

Deer carcass found on top of Big Rock, cause of death unknown

A dead fawn was removed from the Okotoks Erratic on June 12.
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