The April 26, 2017 edition of the News Advertiser is now online!
Stories include: Two Hills Agri Days, having patience with life, conflicting values, Trump and the Sunni-Shia War, being an RCMP Officer is great, fatal collision on 855, A.L. Horton Information Night, donation to 4-H Small Engines Group, Myrnam School open house, Easter egg hunt, Mundare Fire Fighters celebrate, Robb Nash rocks, students make paska, Volunteer Appreciation Week feature and more!
Also, "The Blotter" has: driving while suspended, driving while disqualified, assult, two vehicle collision, vehicle rollover with intoxicated driver, 911 call over drug paraphernalia, going to church results in vehicle damage, collision with parked car, mischief in liquor store, expired license plate results in arrest, stolen vehicle recovered, report of vehicle driving the wrong way, theft from business, attempt to run over dog, stolen license plate, student with knives, report of break and enter in progress, impaired driver and more. During the week there were 3 false 911, 3 false alarms and 47 calls for service were made in total.
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that when his late brother Michel was charged with pot possession, his father's resources, legal network and connections helped make the charge "go away," and that he will introduce a "process" to help other Canadians with pot-related charges