July 23rd, 2016

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gslade@medicinehatnews.com  @MHNGillianSlade The Visual Arts Show is bursting with creativity and a record number of entries. “It is the largest show ever in my memory and it is very good quality,” said Evelyn Kleis, who has been chair of the Visual Arts Show committee for the past 14 years. “It’s shockingly good.” There are

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Local News

  • Mayor defends $45M for oil exploration

    cgallant@medicinehatnews.com @CollinGallant For several years now, Mayor Ted Clugston has hinted the time is now to invest in petroleum exploration in order to get good pricing in the downbeat sector and improve the fortunes of the city-owned energy company. That’s usually led critics to recall the city’s experience in the Manyberries Field, a purchase heavily ... Read More »

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  • Record number of entries for Visual Arts Show

    gslade@medicinehatnews.com  @MHNGillianSlade The Visual Arts Show is bursting with creativity and a record number of entries. “It is the largest show ever in my memory and it is very good quality,” said Evelyn Kleis, who has been chair of the Visual Arts Show committee for the past 14 years. “It’s shockingly good.” There are ... Read More »

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  • Public services committee to review Veiner Centre design proposal

    gslade@medicinehatnews.com  @MHNGillianSlade The proposed design for the Veiner Centre will go to the public services committee on Monday at City Hall in boardroom 2-1 at 12:45 p.m. This will be the first opportunity for many to see how the Veiner Centre space will be reconfigured and renewed as a seniors’ centre once more. The ... Read More »

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Local Sports

  • Rain places redemption on hold for Mavericks

    Medicine Hat News A shot at redemption was put on hold Friday for the Medicine Hat Mavericks. Inclement weather left the Mavericks and Lethbridge Bulls game postponed until Monday at 7:05 p.m., keeping Medicine Hat’s streak at six games dropped in a row. The Mavericks get back to action Saturday in a doubleheader at Athletic ... Read More »

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  • Ringette offering free registration for new players

    Medicine Hat News The point of the Alberta Winter Games’ legacy grants was to foster more development in local sports, and potential ringette players are among the beneficiaries. The Medicine Hat Ringette Association announced this week that much of its $11,000 grant money will be used to give first-year players under the age of 12 ... Read More »

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  • A vision for the future

    rmccracken@medicinehatnews.com @MHNMcCracken Darren Kruger has a vision for the future of the Medicine Hat Tigers. Ever since moving from the bench to the bleachers, the Tigers associate coach-turned-senior director of player development has been driving the team’s future forward. “I can’t say enough about how great a job Darren has done in his two years,” ... Read More »

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  • Guns at centre of society in crisis

    Imagine a country of 350 million people. Imagine that same country having 300 million guns in the hands of those people. Imagine that in one year, 2015, more than 12,000 people were killed by guns in that country. Imagine that, even after a madman broke into a school and shot 20 Grade 1 students, the ... Read More »

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  • Sunshine City needs a sunshine list

    An online list of those who are paid more than $100,000 is all about transparency and accountability, especially when taxpayers are footing the bill. In large corporations, the chair and CEO are accountable to a board and shareholders typically. If their salaries and bonuses are exorbitant and there are no positive results, they may get ... Read More »

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Letters to The Editor

  • Good ag example set in Alberta

    The annual conference for federal, provincial and territorial agriculture ministers and deputy ministers is being held in Calgary this week. These agriculture ministers have a window of opportunity to ensure Canadian agriculture products remain welcome on global markets. Global markets demand basic employment, and human rights standards, some of which do not exist in Canada ... Read More »

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  • Childish behaviour by MLAs in Legislature

    I suppose I can consider myself a bit of a political junkie. I watch Question Period online when I am at home and record it when I am not. This is because I am waiting for the service dog issue to be settled and I believe in being an informed voter. Many times as I ... Read More »

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  • MLA’s report on carbon tax revenue ‘disingenuous’

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