Here’s what else is making news in the May 19, 2015 edition of the Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Seniors can learn about preventing falls at a PCN free event in Camrose on May 21st;
– Opinion: New poll says Alberta economy on the rise; MP Leon Benoit summarizes his government’s support for seniors;
– Carol Livingstone discusses the merits of different kinds of potato salad in her Loose Ends column, “Go Traditional or Go Home;”
– This Week on the Web: Reporter confronts men on vulgar interruptions; Man documents time he has left with ill dog; California mom lip syncs toddler’s tantrum; Colourblind man sees true colour for the first time;
– 100-year celebration of historic St. Margaret’s Church on the north shore of Hastings Lake to take place June 6th;
– New Bounty in the County taking place mid-June includes “tours, tales, tunes and trails” in Tofield;
– By-election to be held in Camrose County North trustee position as Judith Mazankowski takes job for Battle River School Division;
– Communities for Veterans Foundation riders coming to Tofield Sunday for informal BBQ fundraiser, then heading to Holden on the following day;
– RCMP report asks the public to exercise caution when driving around children out playing;
– Beaver County Chronicle: Beaver County residents getting a small overall mill rate increase for 2015 budget – tax levies coming out mid-May;
– Full Page Advertising: a 4-H thank you ad; and, tribute to Ryley School Graduates of 2015;
– The Tofield Mercury also has Help Wanted Ads; Classified and Blanket advertising; Business and Directory listings; real estate listings; event listings; funeral home listings; Tofield and Area Church Directory; and much more!