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Decision deferred in anti-lockdown rodeo case

Decision deferred in anti-lockdown rodeo case

Ty Northcott of rural Bowden is expected to hear July 24 if he and his company, Northcott Rodeo Inc., are guilty of violating Alberta Health Services COVID rules
Striking federal workers picket Bowden Institution

Striking federal workers picket Bowden Institution

Government workers say they are committed to getting a better new deal with the federal government
Cost a big factor in possible Bowden trail system

Cost a big factor in possible Bowden trail system

Bowden may finally get at least part of a trail system in town depending on the cost, mayor Robb Stuart says
Town of Bowden sets policing priorities

Town of Bowden sets policing priorities

The Town of Bowden's policing priorities have remained much the same over the years
Province says fire-ravaged Bowden Hotel site will be cleaned up this summer

Province says fire-ravaged Bowden Hotel site will be cleaned up this summer

Clean-up and rehabilitation of abandoned Bowden Hotel site expected to be tendered next month
Bowden teacher nominated for prestigious award

Bowden teacher nominated for prestigious award

Bowden Grandview School teacher Amy Severtson has been nominated by Chinook’s Edge School Division for the Edwin Parr Award for exceptional first-year teachers in Alberta.
Highway, sign improvement projects planned for Olds, Bowden area

Highway, sign improvement projects planned for Olds, Bowden area

Four projects are planned to upgrade highways in the Olds and Bowden area, three of which will be undertaken this year, Highways & Economic Corridors Minister Devin Dreeshen says
Reborn tricycle races in Bowden likely to be an annual event (6 photos)

Reborn tricycle races in Bowden likely to be an annual event (6 photos)

Bowden tricycle races, held for the first time in years as a fundraiser for the Paterson Community Centre, were so successful that a spokesman says organizers plan to run them annually
Trial for man charged with murdering Bowden woman put over until 2024

Trial for man charged with murdering Bowden woman put over until 2024

RCMP said Kirsten (Gardner) O'Donoghue, 25, was murdered at her Bowden apartment on March 22, 2021
First Bowden Winter Fun Event a success: organizer

First Bowden Winter Fun Event a success: organizer

Facilitator with the Innisfail and Area Family Resources Network brings outdoor winter fun to Bowden
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