Here’s what else is making news in the Tofield Mercury’s Oct. 14, 2014 edition, on news stands now!
– Former premier Ed Stelmach surprise visitor at Tofield School Awards Night;
– Editorial: First Nations poverty and our social problems both handled poorly; Letter: Motorists confused driving by Ministik – drivers slamming on brakes thinking speed is reduced;
– Loose Ends columnist Carol Livingstone discusses men grocery shopping in “You Go, Guys!;”
– Tofield Ryley and Area Food Bank holds a volunteer appreciation and 10-year retirment luncheon for Loretta Haugen at the Nature Centre;
– Two Tofield schools combine Terry Fox runs – C.W. Sears and Tofield School – theme for C.W. Sears this year was “The Pacific Gets Closer Every Day;”
– George Thiessen pulls a crazy looking carrot out of his garden;
– Junior Boys and Girls Volleyball action at Tofield School between Titans and Ryley Rebels;
– RCMP asks for public’s assistance in solving crimes in the community; Tofield RCMP investigate cold case of missing girl who disappeared in the mid-70s;
– Pictorials – Tofield School and Ryley School pictorial pages of their award nights;
– Beaver County Chronicle: Beaver County Seed Co-op in financial trouble – Every one welcome Tuesday, Nov. 4 to meeting at Holden Community Hall at 7 p.m.
Other items inside the paper: Classifieds, Blankets, Restaurant Guide, Help Wanted and much more!