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Partnerships celebrated at affordable housing project

affordable-housing.jpgCouncillor Karen Ann Bertamini could hardly contain her emotions as she addressed a number of the partners that have contributed to Drumheller's new affordable housing project.
    The project in Drumheller is on track to be completed by the spring of 2009. On Thursday, December 11, partners including staff and council members from the Town of Drumheller, Keller Construction, inmates from the Drumheller Institution, Warden Mike Hanly and Institution staff, gathered on site. Bertamini, who has served on the Drumheller Housing Authority for many years, has been a proponent of the project.





Time capsule revealed at Tyrrell Field Station

 Rex Martin, who has worked at the Royal Tyrrell Museum doing fabrication for years, made a curious discovery that had he not seen it, he wouldn’t have believed it… rather, he wouldn’t have remembered.
    This summer he was working at the Tyrrell Field Station in Dinosaur Provincial Park, giving some of the display case facades a sprucing up, when he and Tom Courtenay stumbled onto piece of history intentionally left by Martin himself more than 20 years ago.



Apology and Correction

 
Information received at The Drumheller Mail about the relationship of the murder victim in Edson and a former Drumheller family is incorrect. The story appeared in the printed edition of The Drumheller Mail on December 10, 2008.

This office had been informed from several sources that Emily Stauffer of Edson was the granddaughter of Clarence and Wilda Stauffer.

This information is incorrect.

The publisher of The Drumheller Mail apologizes for this unfortunate incident and to all concerned. 


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