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    Roy G. Biv

    Once again the painting of a rainbow crosswalk in central Alberta has caused a stir among residents and, before someone inevitably leaves their tire marks of disapproval upon it, there’s ...
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    Thanks, Wetaskiwin Public Works

    Dear Editor;I apologise, it has taken me too long to write. On Saturday Nov. 2, we, GO Athletics Track Club, hosted the Athletics Alberta Provincial Club Cross-Country Running Championships at ...
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    A special, happy tribute

    Dear Editor, One by one, and together, thousands of our fathers and forefathers, sacrificed their lives, fighting for our freedom… Our right to live free… express ourselves… vote… choose… love, ...
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    Setting drivers up for failure

     I see that they are redesigning the corner of Hwy. 13 and Hwy. 814.It’s great that westbound traffic can no longer bypass stopped traffic, turning south, by using the turn ...
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    Big trucks no more

    For the past year Wetaskiwin Ready Mix has been using 55 Aven. to go through town.If anyone has seen 55 Ave.
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    Hospital changes benefit patients

    Dear Editor,We’ve become aware of some concerns circulating on social media regarding the move of three units at the Wetaskiwin Hospital and Care Centre to new locations within the hospital.
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    Correction

    The Wednesday Aug. 28 edition of the Wetaskiwin Times incorrectly identified the Wetaskiwin Ag. Society’s first tractor and truck pull event being sponsored in part by McAuley Motorsports.
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    Misinformation overdose

    Dear Editor; A recent opinion column in the Times (UCP Marks 100 days…..) by an unnamed author was full of strong opinion but weak on facts.
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    Look after our town

    Dear Editor,I have lived in millet for 20 years, my complaint is we have complained about unlicensed dogs, we live on Porter Ave.