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Local news for Medicine Hat, AB continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

Thursday | CBC News

2 boats with zebra mussels intercepted at Alberta border

Zebra mussels are fingernail-sized freshwater molluscs that get attached to boats and can choke out native species.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

The News

Teacher takes in emotional tour of world war historical sites

Northumberland Regional High School teacher Sherry Cheek looks at rubbing of Pte.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

CBC News

Jerrison Stopanski gets 7 years in death of Medicine Hat woman

Medicine Hat's Amy Lewis, 23, was last seen the night of June 11. Her body was never recovered.

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Nanaimo Daily News

TV industry watchdog says 'pick-and-pay' model would hurt economy, cost jobs

Some local TV stations will be forced to close and more than 30,000 people could lose their jobs if Canada's broadcast regulator adopts changes it wants Canadians to consider, says a broadcast industry watchdog group.

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Edmonton Journal

Numbers don't lie: Alberta great place to live, stats say

It's well-known that Alberta is a great place to live, but having the numbers to back up the claim up never hurts.

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

Vancouver Sun

Daphne Bramham: Japanese-Canadians fought for their country and acceptance

A Japanese Canadian soldier poses in his souvenir cap taken from the enemy. Most visible minority Canadians were barred from military service until 1916, when voluntary recruitment dropped to dangerously low levels.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

CBC News

Fire bans issued in southern Alberta

Cypress County, which covers the entire corner of the province around Medicine Hat, says it's ban is in effect immediately.

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The Western Producer

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Growing strawberries in raised beds simplifies the picking process and keeps the fruit consistently clean, says Harm Schipper, co-owner of Schipper Farms greenhouse near Bow Island, Alta.

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Mon Aug 11, 2014

CBC News

Another 'smart' meter fire hits home in Regina

Nobody was hurt when the fire broke out Saturday morning at a townhouse unit 4510 Harbour Village Way in Regina, the city's fire department said.

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Sys-Con Media

Victory Nickel Announces Successful Commissioning at 7P Frac Sand Plant

"We have attained sufficient consistent throughput at the 7P Plant that we can confirm that the commissioning phase is now successfully completed," said Rene Galipeau, Vice-Chairman and CEO.

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Fri Aug 08, 2014

Canada.com

Alberta actress MacKenzie Porter filling big shoes on Hell on Wheels

But Medicine Hat native MacKenzie Porter may have been more jittery than most as she waited for the first wave of response to the Season 4 opener of AMC's epic railroad and nation-building western Hell on Wheels.

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Thu Aug 07, 2014

The Brooks Bulletin

Brooks artist picks up recognition in Hat art show

ROB BROWN Brooks Bulletin Brooks artist Richard Wood just picked up an award for his work in Medicine Hat.

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Wed Aug 06, 2014

WKOW-TV

WWII soldier's remains to start journey home Friday, no military escort

The remains of a U.S. WWII soldier killed in action in 1944 are finally returning to his hometown in Canada, but his family will do so without a military escort.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

The Western Producer

Drones put to work hunting weeds

The Alberta Agriculture weed pest specialist is experimenting with using unmanned aerial vehicles , also called drones, or radio controlled aircraft, to identify weed problems in crops.

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Prince George Citizen

SaskPower ratepayers to be spared cost of failing smart meters: premier

It looks like SaskPower ratepayers will not be on the hook for the cost of replacing 105,000 defective smart meters.

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