New directional signage on area highways and on banners in downtown High River are starting to pop up.
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The saga of the Southwest berm in High River continues to roll along.
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High-speed fibre optic internet access is an important piece of infrastructure that the Town of High River needs.
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The Town of High River is showing a lot of positive momentum and that includes posting some pretty impressive numbers for business growth.
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The Chamber of Commerce in High River has some big plans for 2018.
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Six High River properties currently on the property tax arrears list, are set to be sold in a public auction on May 1.
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Upon submission of the Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission’s (AEBC) final report, the NDP government passed third reading of Bill 33, known as the Electoral Divisions Act, in mid December.
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A public hearing was held during the Jan. 8 council meeting regarding the recent changes made to the land use bylaw for the Highwood Ranch neighbourhood and gave mayor and council the opportunity to hear residents’ concerns.
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Now that the Wallaceville area east of Centre Street has been fully restored, the Government of Alberta, and the Town of High River, is asking residents to be respectful of the area.
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As expected High River Town Council has voted to get out of the “On-It” transit program as soon as they can.
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