Here’s what else is making news in the April 12, 2016 edition of The Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Ride for Dad members attend Chamber open house – up to 1,200 riders expected June 11;
– Loose Ends: Carol Livingstone discusses coffee in “Coffee Puppy;”
– This Week on the Web: Man hangs Mexican flag from Trump tower; Science project ends with search for toy dog; Cat hired by Russian museum; Woman with Down Syndrome become face of beauty campaign;
– Opinion Page: Editorial: Volunteers lifeblood of small communities and deserve our thanks; Letter: Billions lost in taxes due to loop holes;
– Spring Nature Event’s snow goose chase on its way – lots for locals to do and see;
– The News and Views of Greens and Blues by Rebecca Hellekson: “Back At It” for students at Tofield and Ryley schools;
– Community dinner fundraises for garden project – New sustainability initiative works to increase autonomy and resilience in local communities;
– Get out and get active with your local Primary Care Network this spring;
– Tofield RCMP report accidents and thefts;
– MP Parliamentary Report by Kevin Sorenson: Bill C-246 fails to protect animals;
– TMHA’s First Wall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award winner is Ernie Boese;
– Four file nomination papers for vacant Ryley council seat;
– Beaver County Council: Country residential survey results back;
– Also in this week’s edition are the many ads coming in from sister papers in Lamont, Viking and Killam/Sedgewick – car dealerships, auctions, help wanted, services, events and much more!
– This paper also has Classifieds and Blanket advertising; local help wanted ads, Tofield and Area Church Directory, local events and happenings, Real Estate advertising, and more.