Here’s what else is making news in the Feb. 17, 2015 edition of the Tofield Mercury on news stands now!
– Lisa Booth is the 2015 Sweetheart Draw winner, thanks to Keith Ray putting her name in for the many prizes that go to the winning person;
– Opinion: Guest Editorial – Beginning of the end for BESC? Letter to the Editor: Writer questions long-term effects of developments like the biomedical waste incinerator proposal;
– Loose Ends Columnist Carol Livingstone discusses our brave new world of smart technology in “Outsmarted;”
– Tofield Chamber looks to build on last year’s success – expand Sodbuster Promenade Trade Fair for 2015;
– Former town councillor now says town doing good job with sidewalk clearing;
– Tofield RCMP reports gunshots, man throwing rock at train, stolen vehicle located, break-in;
– Minor injuries in collision on Highway 630;
– MP holds town hall meeting in Tofield – has yet to announce if he will run again;
– Doug Hiob wins the Tin Cup Trophy at the Tofield Golden Club’s round robin of 101 billiards;
– Wide load blocks traffic down Highway 14 as it heads east to Viking and Highway 36 heading north to oilsands;
– Satellites tie 1-1 in best-of-7 BRHL semi-final series: game three in Tofield on Saturday; 16/60 Hockey League Scores: Atom 2 shuts out Strathcona 8-0;
– Sea of red serge as Tofield and Viking detachments hold Regimental Ball;
– Tofield Lions Sweetheart Pancake Breakfast fundraiser and recruitment drive.
– Beaver County Chronicle: Firing fire chiefs not an easy decision to make – Hanson; Rural connections discussed at reception in Holden between local municipalities and University of Alberta, Augustana officials; Beaver County collaborates with C.W. Sears students to honour the 50th birthday of the Canadian flag.
– Here’s what else is in this week’s edition of the Paper: Real Estate advertising, local events, Tofield and Area Church Directory; Help Wanted Section; Business and Professional Directory; Classified and Blanket Advertising; and more!