Here’s what else is making news in the April 5, 2016 edition of The Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Tofield Mayor expects jobs for local people if land purchase on west end of town goes through;
– Tofield man charged in Tofield and Boyle fraud case involving tire purchases;
– Tofield Council agrees to help sustainability committee involved in local green initiatives;
– Opinion: Editorial – Loss of skate park a crying shame for young people; Letter – Demise of Beaver Regional Arts Centre lamented;
– Loose Ends Columnist Carol Livingstone discusses bathroom leaks in “Drip, Drip;”
– This Week on the Web: Man takes 31 bunnies for Easter walk; Man fakes hijacking to speak to ex wife; Mom stages photos with cutout of son; Gmail mic drop prank backfires;
– Minor injuries result from two-vehicle collision;
– Tofield RCMP report vandalism to mailboxes in rural areas of county – Other incidents involve theft, intoxication, warrant breaches;
– Ryley Legion to celebrate its 70th birthday;
– Tofield Lodge always has lots to celebrate;
– Beaver County Chronicle: Fire potential in Beaver County high to very high; Be an AgSafe family by keeping kids safe;
– Also inside this edition of the Mercury: Help Wanted Ads; Real Estate Ads; Classified and Blanket advertising; Tofield and Area Church Directory; Event happenings; Business and Professional Directory; and much more!