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Author searches for details on RCMP officer from 1935

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    An Alberta author is digging into the Drumheller area’s history in his latest work about a brutal incident dating back to 1935.
    Richard Mole has written a few books on Canadian History including the Rebel Women of the West Coast and The Chilcotin War. His latest work follows the path of a brutal crime spree that resulted in the death of four law enforcement officers.  

Summer visitation figures show slight dip in numbers

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    While the valley continues to be a popular visitor's destination, attractions this year have seen a slight contraction in visits compared to last year. However in the long run, overall visitation continues to be strong.
    The Royal Tyrrell Museum is celebrating its 25th anniversary this season, and while there has been continual stream of visitors coming through the doors this summer, the museum’s numbers have taken a small tumble compared to last year.  


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