Here’s what else is making in the Oct 17, 2017 edition of The Tofield Mercury, on news stands now!
– Sports: Atom 2 action. The Tofield Titans Bantam Atom 2 lose a pre-season game to Vegreville Wranglers at the Tofield Arena. Oct. 14. The Titans played hard but lost 11-6.
– Sports: Tofield Senior High School girls valley ball team lost a three game match to Daysland.
– Election results: Deb Dueck is Tofield’s new mayor with 375 votes, beating Nebil Chehayeb who got 271 votes.
Election results: Beaver County Reeve Kevin Smook is in by acclamation. In Beaver County Division 2 Jim Kallal beat incumbent Sieko Scott. In Division 3 Gene Hrabec beat incumbent Ron Yarham.
Election results: In Ryley, Brian Ducherer, Cindy Heslin, Mathew Kowalski, Nik Lee, Terry Magneson and Lorraine Warren-Nimick were elected.
Election results: In Holden Steve Marusiak, Mark Giebelhaus, Doug Hanson, John Markel and Bernice Marko were elected.
Election results: In the Battle River School Division Zsuzsanna Hemperger won.
– Farmers Market continues: The Tofield Farmers Market is held two Fridays of the month attracting vendors from across the region.
– Carol Livingstone’s column Loose Ends: Watch your mail for a pie party, arriving via snail mail.
– Tofield’s history: The Tofield Standard was the first newspaper in Tofield. It went from 1907-1917.
– CW Sears school held a Family Literacy Night with students and families piling in the gymnasium to listen to an author read excerpts from her books.
– Unknown individuals attempted to burn books in town outside of the Legion. RCMP continue to investigate.
– Busy B provides 138 blankets to Blankets Canada.
– Christina McNalley of Tofield celebrates her 100th birthday.
– Beaver County woman is 10,000th person to receive Master Electrician Certificate
– 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!