It’s going to be a long, busy day for house movers as the final three homes to be moved out of Beachwood in High River happens Wednesday, October 10.
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There could be an agricultural emergency declared in the MD of Foothills if conditions don’t improve soon.
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As expected, the bylaw for banning public consumption of cannabis in High River passed both the second and third hearing at the Town Council meeting Monday, October 9
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Residents frequenting high traffic areas in town such as 12 Avenue, Centre Street and Downtown High River, may have noticed some new signage showcasing some of the residents of the town.
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Fort McMurray homeowners are paying some of the lowest property tax rates in the province while those owning real estate in St. Albert are paying some of the highest, a new comparison shows.
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As construction season begins to wrap up, the Town of High River is putting the finishing touches on a few projects before the end of the season.
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After some deliberation their meeting Monday, September 12, High River Town Council has decided to postpone the second reading of the bylaw concerning the amendment to the bylaw around water utility rates in High River.
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An appeal made by the High River Pizza Hut towards the change of classification of Quadz Cannabis, has been denied by the town.
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There’s an end in sight for the construction on the west end of Macleod Trail in High River.
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With water utility costs set to change later this year, there has been some mixed reactions between residents, and business owners.
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