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County Councillor updates Edson Chamber



by Deanna Mitchener unsure at this time if it will remain running in In Cadomin the site has been picked and the
2017," said Berry. tender has been accepted for building a tower. The
Yellowhead County Councillor Shawn Berry "I'm really excited about the bridge. A lot of Obed tower is complete, as is the Wildwood
continued from front spoke at the Edson and District Chamber of people that I have talked with are so happy that tower.
continued from front Commerce about how things are moving forward they will finally have a corridor road and bridge to "The temporary budget was approved and in that

continued from front in Yellowhead County for this year. cross over the river all year long. The ferry only budget we have the go ahead for doing [road]
"Yellowhead County has the budget and go ran for four months last year," said Berry. rebuilds. It's going to take about 20 years to do
ahead to build the Rosevear Ferry Bridge. It will "Our communication towers are moving them all, but we are going to do it," said Berry.
continued from front be a two year 24 million dollar project. We could forward; we have the land in Fulham and we are The budget for dust control going down the
be starting as early as this spring in the river. The building. In Brule we are working to take it from Wolf Lake Road to Elk River was approved. "To
ferry will be running this summer, but we are 80 to 180 ft. to get more coverage and high speed me It's all about the safety, going down that road.
internet," said Berry. It is the highest traveled road in Yellowhead
County. I got some excellent feedback from
Yellowhead Rural Crime Watch industries on that, realizing we're working with

them to get people off to work and back home
submitted by Charlotte Winters please try to attend. grass roots level. It is Entwistle Seniors safely," said Berry.
Our annual poster b a s e d o n t h e Centre.
The Yellowhead Rural contest had winners observation that a
Crime Watch annual from the four schools rural/urban community
meeting and potluck that participated. First where people are alert to
supper will feature guest place winning posters the potential for crime
speaker Officer Chris were sent on to be and willing to look out
Revenue Sharing 'cheque in the mail' Terry.
No changes to the funding formula, dates, or assessment base judged at the annual for each other is a
Terry will talk about Provincial Crimewatch community where crime PC Alberta
the “Freemen on the workshop, to be held in is least likely to occur.
land or Sovereign February in Medicine We have been active in Grassroots Strategy Session
citizens.” This group Hat. Winning pictures your community since
goes by a number of are judged at the 1983. There are three hosted by the
$8 million grant for water different names. The workshop and those basic elements to Rural
treatment in town, county movement started in the pictures have the honour Crime Watch: Property West Yellowhead Riding Association
United States a number of appearing in the Identification, Home
of years ago and now Alberta Provincial and Building Security,
has spread to Canada. C r i m e w a t c h and keeping watch for Saturday, February 27
We could have as many
Association Calendar. unusual activity in your
The Weekly Anchor as 20,000 members in T h i s c a l e n d a r i s area. Our computer 10 am to Noon
Canada now.
distributed throughout
This officer attended all of Alberta. provides phone fanouts Galloway Station Museum and Travel Centre
and or emails at the
JANUARY PRICE BUSTER! and his presentation was C o - O p e r a t i v e RCMP to all members. 223 55th Street, Edson, AB
our September meeting
Rural Crime Watch is a
request of Evansburg
very interesting. We felt
community effort aimed
The event will be held
“Do it for our it worth repeating, so at reducing crime at the February 20 in the The meeting has been organized by the party’s volunteer
engagement committee who will be on hand to share
kids and what they’ve heard during similar engagements across
grandkids the province and to ask for your opinion on the party’s
because if we next steps. It is important that we hear from you, our
don't the price members and supporters!
is too high...”
Other items to be discussed include party’s finances,
spring AGM and a 500 Day Plan that is currently being
drafted by volunteers members.




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Many sweethearts turned out for the Pioneer Cabin’s Valentine’s Day Brunch held on February 14. A delicious meal of french toast, pancakes, scrambled eggs,
hashbrowns, ham, sausage, and fresh fruit was served. Door prizes for adults and even a draw for the kids was held. photo Deanna Michener
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