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Living on The Edge of Eden

charlie-russell.jpgConservationist, naturalist, advocate and defender Charlie Russell, has spent most of his life working with the most “ferocious” animal of folklore, the legendary grizzly bear.
At 7:30 p.m. on Monday, October 27, the world renowned activist will be at the showing of his latest documentary, The Edge of Eden, at the Royal Tyrrell Museum as part of The Reel Alternative, and will be fielding questions and signing copies of his three books and movie.

Cat on pole, saved from cold

charlie-the-cat-1.jpgOne cat gained the attention of at least half of Drumheller when it caused their power to be turned off Friday, October 10, after being stuck up one of the town’s main power-lines for days.
On a chilly Friday morning, ATCO Electric arrived at the power-line on Elgin Road near the industrial park, to the rescue of Charlie the cat, Tyler Wood's kitty.

Crowfoot stays blue

Kevin Sorenson once again fended off all competitors to retain his seat in the Crowfoot constituency.
    As of press time Sorenson had a substantial lead in the count, handily retaining his seat. This is his fourth election, and in each has averaged more than 80 per cent of the popular vote, one of the highest in the country.


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