Here’s what else is making in the Oct. 11, 2017 edition of The Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Sports: Minor hockey scores to be posted in newspaper again this winter. The goal is to give every hockey player – boy or girl – in our areas credit for their achievements without missing a single child. We need your help!
– Tofield All Candidate’s Forum draws crowd
– Chamber needs volunteers: Tofield and District Chamber of Commerce elections for its executive are next month and they need people to step up to volunteer for the vacant positions.
– MP Report: Public pressure may cause Liberals to drop draconian tax measures
– Sunshine Villa Pie, Bake Sale The pie and bake sale at Sunshine Villa was well attended and the pies were delicious almost sold out.
– Blast from Tofield’s past: Henry Wood’s Steam Engine. In 1903 Henry Wood purchased one of the first steam engines. It was used at the sawmill where the settlers brought logs to saw for lumber.
– Carol Livingstone’s Loose ends column: Going without. So that crazy woman running naked through the streets yelling, “Give me Google or give me death!” must have been some other nutcase. I can’t run.
– Beaver County candidates face off: Scott, Kallal battle for Division 2 seat on Beaver County Council
– 3 candidates vie for seat on BRSD: Three Battle River School Division candidates participated in the All Candidates Forum Oct. 4 in Tofield. They were: Ruth Baerg, Neil Hardy and Zsuzsanna Hemperger.
– Ryley council candidates: Andy Kowalski; Mathew Kowalski; and Nik Lee
– Holden holds all candidate’s forum: The Village of Holden Council election forum was held on Sunday, Oct. 1 at the Seniors Drop-In Centre with six candidates vying for the five council seats available.
– Fire Prevention Section: Tofield, Ryley and Holden fire departments featured.
– Tofield RCMP report: Firearm allegedly pointed at residents along TWP 502.
– This Week on the Web: Woman takes selfies with catcallers; Twitter ever after; Don’t judge a
book by its cover; A whale of a photo bomb.
– Tofield School Award winners 2017; Sixty-two students were honoured for their achievements during Tofield School’s annual Awards Night.
– Also inside this edition of The Tofield Mercury: Classifieds and Blanket advertising; Business and Professional Directory; Help Wanted Ads; Real Estate sales; Community Events and much more!