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  • Livingstone Range schools will not pilot draft K-6 curriculum
    par Stephen Tipper le 22/04/2021 à 10:59

    Livingstone Range’s board of trustees has decided against having schools in the division pilot the Alberta government’s draft kindergarten to grade 6 curriculum for the 2021-2022 school year. The local school board passed a motion to that effect at its April 21 meeting in Fort Macleod. […]

  • Council agrees to have the Town of Nanton fund the startup costs for disc golf course
    par Stephen Tipper le 22/04/2021 à 10:40

    Nanton’s council has agreed to have the Town provide the startup funds to get the disc golf course project moving forward. Council carried a motion April 5 to provide up to $30,000, to be taken from the Town’s public realm reserve, for disc golf equipment and signage for an 18-hole […]

  • All bull or all in
    par Morgan Wilson le 22/04/2021 à 10:38

    Bought a bull today. From a vendor we’ve used before. Real nice folks with pretty good stock. Their production sales are nothing short of spectacular with some animals fetching five-figure prices and the occasional six-figure superstar. Suffice to say our little herd probably isn’t […]

  • Budget 2021: 'til debt do us part
    par John Barlow le 22/04/2021 à 10:36

    The Liberals tabled their first budget in two years, and it was certainly not worth the wait. Canada is overdrawn, yet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau presented a deficit of more than $350 billion and $100 billion in new spending this year. This is not stimulus spending focused on creating jobs an […]

  • Local MLA says his job is to present coal development views of all constituents to government
    par Stephen Tipper le 20/04/2021 à 7:02

    Local MLA Roger Reid says his job is to present the views of all Livingstone-Macleod residents on the issue of coal development along the Eastern Slopes. On April 9, a small group of Foothills residents, including some Nanton residents, held up signs in Nanton opposing coal development along the […]

  • Three confirmed COVID-19 cases at J.T. Foster, one at A.B. Daley
    par Stephen Tipper le 16/04/2021 à 8:26

    J.T. Foster’s high school students are going to be learning from home next week following the confirmation of three positive COVID-19 cases. “After discussion with the superintendent, we have made the difficult decision to move our high school (grades 10, 11, and 12 classes) to at-home […]

  • Livingstone Range trustees, administration to discuss whether to have schools pilot new curriculum
    par Nanton News le 16/04/2021 à 7:40

    The Livingstone Range school board and senior administration meet Tuesday to discuss whether to have schools within the division pilot the new curriculum during the next school year. Since the March 29 release of Alberta Education’s draft K-6 curriculum, trustees and senior administration […]

  • One COVID-19 case confirmed at J.T. Foster
    par Nanton News le 15/04/2021 à 3:56

    An individual in J.T. Foster’s “school community” has tested positive for COVID-19, says the school’s principal. The individual and all close contacts are isolating at home as directed by Alberta Health Services, said Roger Doucet in an April 14 letter to parents, guardians […]

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