Bringing respect back to politics
Wednesday Nov 30, 2016
Politics can be a blood sport.
Wednesday Nov 23, 2016
Town should be ready to take the plunge on pipeline
After years of planning and discussion, there isn’t a clear funding source for a water pipeline from Calgary. Okotoks’ proposed 2017 budget is making a possible road to completion clearer, but it…
Wednesday Nov 16, 2016
Carbon tax no simple issue
It’s admirable the MD of Foothills is joining other municipalities in seeking an exemption from carbon taxes.
Wednesday Nov 9, 2016
Lest we forget Canada’s veterans
The picture of a veteran is often soldiers in green uniforms fighting on foreign soil in World War One and World War Two.
Wednesday Nov 2, 2016
Hen test proves to be a success
Okotoks councillors deserve kudos for their decision to allow homeowners to raise hens in their backyards, and for its handling of the issue in the recent year.
Wednesday Oct 26, 2016
Action needed to fight Fentanyl
If the number of people dying in car collisions skyrocketed by as much as 4,500 per cent in four years, dramatic steps would be taken to keep people alive on the roads.
Wednesday Oct 19, 2016
A new lease on life for shelter
People in the Foothills proved the power of big hearts and social media once again this week.
Wednesday Oct 12, 2016
Federal carbon tax plan wrong move
Provincial governments, not Ottawa, are best situated to evaluate their own situations and come up with plans to deal with climate change.
Wednesday Oct 5, 2016
Province needs to get on the bus
Commuter transit is coming to the Foothills.
Should Alberta's Progressive Conservative and Wildrose Parties merge?
Military reserves coming to the Foothills
November 30, 2016
Jason Kenney tells Okotoks audience PC, Wildrose parties need to unite
Trial set for man accused of shooting two puppies with arrows
November 23, 2016
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