Municipal approval of the high speed broadband (fibre optics) project has been cited as a main reason officials with Farmers Business Network (FBN) chose High River as their Canadian headquarters.
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Just how to rebuild is a question the Millarville Ag Society is looking into as their riding arena is slated for demolition.
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Council was presented with an update on the town’s investment portfolio as of Dec. 31, 2017 during the March 12 meeting.
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Foothills residents are invited to provide feedback on the possibility of legalizing secondary suites in the MD.
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A Silicon Valley tech company has named High River as its Canadian headquarters.
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The Town of High River is working with the Foothills Kinettes in seeking resident feedback on the design of the new park that will occupy the area where the High River Water Tower once stood.
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An online survey has been made available by the town’s planning and development services division to receive feedback from residents and industry personnel on future local cannabis regulations.
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The Silverland Camp Society, which provides programs for High River and area Scouts and Girl Guides, addressed council during the Feb. 26 meeting to share their ideas for the construction of a new facility.
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The Red Tail Rise development in High River’s Southwest will finally start construction this Spring.
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Council unanimously approved two items during the Feb. 26 meeting, to rescind the Rain Barrel Incentive Policy and the Low Flow Toilet Replacement Policy.
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