Here’s what else is making news in the Jan. 19, 2016 edition of The Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Tofield RCMP report: members chase suspects after discovered breaking into garage;
– Opinion: Reader speaks out against coyote killing contests – says killings increase population;
– Loose Ends columnist Carol Livingstone speaks about “Going a Little Cray-Cray” in January;
– This Week on the Web: Linkin Park song recreated with movie clips; Man proposes 148 times through daily photos; PEI town provides early wedding for cancer patient; Alberta social media users react to “kudatah;”
– Camrose Primary Care Network gives its 2015 year in review;
– The News and Views of Greens and Blues by Rebecca Hellekson: “Study, Study, Study;”
– Satellites await playoff opponent – Tofield goalie Schalin shuts down Westlock, Satellites win with 10 skaters;
– 16/60 Hockey League; Novice Parker Stewart-Cantin gets back-to-back hat tricks in games against Leduc and Vegreville;
– Beaver County Chronicle: Community involvement requested for Beaver County youth engagement initiative – workshops being held; Change to remuneration bylaw no longer required by council for future;
– Also inside this week’s edition: An invitation for parents of babies born in 2015 to enter the Baby Contest – deadline Jan. 29th; Business and Professional Directory; Classifieds and Blanket advertising; real estate ads; help wanted ads; upcoming events; Tofield and Area Church Directory; Full Page Ad Blowout now being offered for two issues only – Jan. 27 and Feb. 3 – save now!