Here’s what else is in the April 15, 2014 edition of the Tofield Mercury, on newstands now!
– Busy B makes donations to the Tofield Agricultural Society and Outreach Program;
– Tofield RCMP charge man and woman with property theft after tip from the public;
– Opinion: “Take a stand for democracy” in provincial party leadership contest rules, says Public Interest Alberta;” Letter: Farmers have an inalienable right to the seed grown on their land;
– Loose Ends Columnist Carol Livingstone discusses trees in “A Little Off the Sides;”
– Ryley celebrates its volunteers with awards during National Volunteer Week;
– Beaver County Chronicle: County assessor gives pre-budget assessment report – overall assessment up over previous year; Area farmers face some challenges due to lower commodity prices and tighter margins.
– See our new RESTAURANT GUIDE. See what specials restaurants have each week!
– Coming events, employment ads and more!