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Dan Singleton

Dan Singleton

Dan Singleton is the editor of the Mountain View Gazette who joined the newspaper in 2012 after serving as Sundre Round Up editor since 1994. He covers news, courts, municipal politics and community events. He is also a longtime columnist.

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Carstairs ballet dancer off to New York City this summer

Carstairs ballet dancer off to New York City this summer

During her dance career so far, Williams has performed in the Nutcracker with Alberta Ballet and attended the prestigious Victoria Academy of Ballet for a four-week program last summer
Police hoping to build trust, says commander

Police hoping to build trust, says commander

Upcoming community events this spring and summer, such as filming projects in town, will be “monitored and members will be aware to increase visibility during larger events,” said Didsbury RCMP detachment commander Stephen Browne
Carstairs, county purchasing new rescue unit

Carstairs, county purchasing new rescue unit

In the early 2000s, the Carstairs department had a dedicated rescue unit but was forced to sell it as the former fire hall did not have enough space
4-H members raise thousands for shelter project

4-H members raise thousands for shelter project

A total of $30,230 was raised through the initiative.
District’s water system working well, says CAO

District’s water system working well, says CAO

The Mountain View Regional Water Services Commission (MVRWSC) owns and operates the Anthony Henday water treatment plant, located northwest of Innisfail. 
Didsbury council agrees to support animal welfare resolution

Didsbury council agrees to support animal welfare resolution

Commercial animals are raised for meat production and others products, while companion animals such as cats and dogs are raised for interaction with their owners
Health initiative grants approved totalling $64,850

Health initiative grants approved totalling $64,850

At the May 22 council meeting, the review committee reported back, saying it had approved the amounts of $64,850 and $13,500
Cremona council sets residential tax rate of 8.66

Cremona council sets residential tax rate of 8.66

The 2024 residential assessment is $41,914,200 and the commercial assessment is $5,639,800, with the total assessment of $62,729,000
Sundre McDonald’s murder trial awaits decision

Sundre McDonald’s murder trial awaits decision

Solaimane Elbettah faces a first-degree murder charge in the 2022 death of Josh Burns
No teacher layoffs needed in Chinook's Edge School Division

No teacher layoffs needed in Chinook's Edge School Division

CESD will use reserves to balance 2024-25 budget, leaving the division with $4.7 million in reserves
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