Page 10 - June 5, 2017
P. 10
THE WEEKLY ANCHOR


THE WEEKLY ANCHOR
PAGE 10 MONDAY JUNE 5, 2017 MONDAY JULY 4, 2016 PAGE 2
County Peace Officers and Sasquatch In Loving Memory of


on high visibility during long weekend











Larry Bowness Ann Barbazuk
October 8, 1953 - June 5, 2011 April 4, 1936 - June 9, 2014



When you walk into a room and someone’s face lights
up when they see you ... you know you are loved.
We might forget things you said and did but we will
never forget how loved and special you made us feel.
We were so blessed to have had you in our lives.

We love and miss you both so very much!










SALES SERVICE P
P INSTALLATIONS P
SHEET METAL
A routine check being conducted on OHV users in the backcountry during Yellowhead County's * Furnaces Replacement
joint west end quad patrols with the RCMP. * Furnaces/Air Conditioners
* Residential Heating Packages

Several Yellowhead County Community Peace - The highest speed encountered on county * Electronic Air Cleaners
Officers (CPO's) were making sure they were roads was a vehicle travelling 140 km/h in a 90 * Humidifiers/Air Exchangers
seen during the May long weekend while talking km/h zone. * Sheet Metal Work
to residents and visitors who were in Yellowhead - One suspended driver was found on county
County's backcountry participating in various roads. FREE ESTIMATES
recreational activities. - County Peace Officers issued 46 warnings www.readsheating.ca
Highlights and statistics from their and 36 tickets for traffic and Gaming and Liquor Email: Cameron@readsheating.com
enforcement activities during the long weekend Act offences.
included: County CPO's were also handing out Sasky Da 4640 3 Avenue Phone: (780) 723-3553
- Officers observed high rates of compliance Sasquatch waterproof license and registration Edson, AB T7E 1C2 Authorized Dealer Fax: (780) 723-3552
with the new helmet requirements on OHV's. holders to OHV riders over the weekend. Sasky
- Only four warnings were issued for not Da Sasquatch is part of the 'Welcome To Our
wearing helmets on OHV's. Backyard' campaign that is part of a multi- EDSON DRY CLEANERS
- Yellowhead County CPO's conducted joint municipal education and awareness campaign
check stops and quad patrols in the West end of that reminds recreational users to respect the
FOR RENT
the County with RCMP, Parks, and Fish and local backcountry areas. FOR RENT
* Furnaces Replacement
Wildlife officers. For more information go to
* Furnaces/Air Conditioners
* Residential Heating Packages
- Officers also conducted general traffic patrols www.welcometoourbackyard.com.
Approx.
throughout the County. * Electronic Air Cleaners Approx.
* Humidifiers/Air Exchangers
* Sheet Metal Work 1,000 sq. ft.
1,000 sq. ft.
FREE ESTIMATES
Theft complaints top list of RCMP calls
110 - 50 Street
110 - 50 Street
May 22 to 28 saw 187 calls for service by the Alarms/False Alarms, 7 Assault, 7 Fail to comply
local RCMP detachment. Topping the list of calls w/conditions, 7 False/Abandoned 911 Calls, 6
was 21 Suspicious Persons or Vehicles. Municipal Bylaws, 5 Mental Health Act, 4 Fail to
Other calls included 19 Traffic Collisions, 18 stop or remain at collision, 4 Trespassing, 3
780-517-2727
Theft Complaints, 16 Traffic Complaints, 15 Animals Calls, 3 Cause Disturbance, 3 Drugs, 3 780-517-2727
Assistance Calls, 13 Harassment/Criminal Lost/Found Property, 2 Fraud, 2 Liquor Act,
(David)
Harassment, 13 Mischief or Damage, 10 along with various other requests for service. (David)

EDSON FOOD BANK EDSON FAMILY DENTISTRY

FREE COMMUNITY

BARBECUE ACCEPTING
NEW


Saturday, June 10 PATIENTS

10 am to 4 pm in our new


Located at the Food Bank location

4511 5th Avenue 5020 6th Ave.
780-723-5221


For an appointment please call
Numerous used bikes for sale Office hours Mon.-Fri. 7:30 am - 4:30 pm
   5   6   7   8   9   10   11   12   13   14   15