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Police investigate break-in at R & J Flowers

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Drumheller R.C.M.P are seeking your assistance regarding a break and entering   to R & J Flowers located at 40  -  3rd Avenue East, Drumheller on January, 4 2010.
    Between 7:35 p.m. and 7:45 p.m., suspects broke the rear window of the back door of the shop, using a roofing tool. The back door was then unlocked and the suspects were able to enter the building, stealing a cash box containing over $400 and several cheques.
    Two males, wearing dark clothing were seen leaving the back of the store.
    If you have any information regarding this or any other crime, please contact the Drumheller R.C.M.P at 403-823-7590 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.


Heather Andre admitted to Alberta Bar

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    A DCHS graduate has realized her goal to practice law and has been admitted to the Alberta Bar Association.
    Heather Andre, daughter of Maureen and Tony Andre of Drumheller, was admitted to the Alberta Bar by the Honourable Mr. Justice J.E.L. Côté at the Edmonton Court House on December 11 of this year.
    Heather attended St. Anthony’s School and graduated from DCHS in 2001.
    She earned many academic awards and graduated from Queen’s University in Kingston Ontario in 2004. In 2008, she graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Alberta.
    She article under Justice Cote and then with James Heelan QC at Bennett Jones LLP in Edmonton where she is currently employed working as a generalist.
    Heather wanted or thank all of her teachers in both St. Anthony’s and DCHS for the excellent support and guidance during her time in school.

Hussar Stag Auction tops $50,000

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    The Hussar Stag Auction  had another great success bringing in just over $50,000 for the Hussar Ag Society.
    The annual dinner and auction took place on November 20 and came away with a great result to keep the Hussar Arena operating through the season.
    “It is for the Agriculture Society. The $50,000 runs our arena for most of the winter,” said Ben Armstrong. “It is all community based.”
     He says, “The result was a little lower than organizers expected, however it was a great evening with great items donated by supporters of the community.”
    Chinook Credit Union was one of the tip bidders. They took home the coveted shovel. This has become a trophy each year for the winning bid. It went for over $2,000. Chinook Credit Union also was the top bidder to have their name at centre ice at the arena. It also went in the area of $2,000.

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