Here’s what else is making news in the Oct. 25, 2016 edition of The Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Tofield Chamber of Commerce Gala a night of fun and laughter;
– Ryley School holds its 21st Annual Awards Night to highlight excellence;
– Opinion: Awards for local students honours their success; Staying safe on Halloween an important message;
– Loose Ends columnist Carol Livingstone discusses how “Hobbies Can Hurt;”
– Tofield girl returns to Jubilee Auditorium stage for her second performance in “The Nutcracker” magical holiday ballet;
– Holden Council elects Giebelhaus for mayor and Mattice for deputy mayor;
– Ryley Council retains Svenson for mayor and gives Warren-Nimeck the deputy mayor’s chair;
– Tofield RCMP report break, enter and thefts, gas and dash, car chase and drug charges;
– Pictorial Page: Ryley students honoured at annual awards night;
– Beaver County Chronicle: MLA Jessica Littlewood hears concerns about farmers and crop insurance; Budgeting for 2017 a “wild stab in the dark” due to unknowns like carbon tax impact and loss of revenue;
– Also inside this edition of the Mercury: Community events, Classifieds and Blanket advertising; Business and Professional pages; Help Wanted ads; Tofield and Area Church Directory; and much more!!!