Here’s what else is making news in the Oct. 6, 2015 edition of the Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Tofield School to host a federal election forum on Wednesday, Oct. 14 starting at 9 a.m.
– Opinion: Letters – Real issues being sidelined in this federal election; Trans-Pacific Partnership a bad deal;
– Loose Ends columnist Carol Livingstone says “I’ll Buy Fireworks” if seniors get cheques or become tax exempt;
– This Week on the Web: Spidermobile saves Edmonton Oilers captain; Man builds ultimate Ikea bed for son; Yankees fan misses three foul balls; Peeple app angers internet users;
– Tofield RCMP report for Sept. 28 to Oct. 4 – traffic complaints, abandoned vehicle and ATV, vandalism, threats, missing persons all dealt with by RCMP;
– Village of Holden raising sewer rates by four per cent – garbage rate untouched;
– Ryley Fire Department holds food drive for Tofield/Ryley and Area food bank;
– Tofield Golden Club celebrates Alberta Culture Days with various displays;
– Tofield Titans Jr. Boys and Girls play against Kingman’s Cornerstone Christian Academy;
– Pictorial: Ryley School Terry Fox Run proves it’s a “Small school with a Big Heart;”
– Pictorial: C.W. Sears and Tofield School participation high in Terry Fox School Run Day;
– Beaver County Chronicle: beautiful rustic fall photos; Committee to discuss cost-sharing after requests from Viking and Tofield not approved by county council; Fee for Services bylaw amended for dust control; Beaver County council notes.
– Also inside this edition of the Tofield Mercury: provincial Blanket advertising; Classified advertising covering three local papers; local services in Business and Professional Directory; Real Estate ads; Tofield and Area Church Directory; Help Wanted advertising; coming events, and much more!!!