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Budget will touch every Albertan: Premier
Premier Jim Prentice says every single person will be touched by this week’s budget. “It’s going to have plans for every single person in the province,” the premier told a group of about 200 Progressive Conservatives at a kick-off fundraiser for candidate Molly Douglass on Saturday. He said the province needs stability.
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Rockets fourth best 1A provincial team
March Madness was in Rosemary this past weekend with the Rosemary senior girls basketball team hosting the best in the province at the 2015 1A provincial championship. At the conclusion, it was the Stirling High Lakers who won provincials. The Acme High Redmen placed second, Bawlf School Wildcats third and the Rosemary Rockets fourth. Rosemary head coach Christ Vogt said the team had been preparing for this weekend for over one year so they were more than ready for the tournament to begin. Thursday morning started with the opening ceremony at 9:00, with the Lady Rockets walking out last into a full gym of yelling screaming supporters, giving the girls goose bumps and chills from all the support.
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Area manager retiring after 35 years in health care
A career spanning over 35 years at the Brooks Health Centre will come to an end when Leona Ferguson retires next month. Ferguson started at the Brooks Health Centre as a part-time employee and then worked part-time at Newell Medical Clinic. The Bassano native said she was on maternity leave when home care was introduced in the area. “I just could not leave that alone. I had to see what that was all about so I came into an introduction meeting and took on a casual position.
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Quicker ambulance response may have saved friend's life, seniors say 

City to conduct 2015 municipal census 

Bandits sweep Oilers from AJHL playoffs 

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