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There were three wagons with 11 people in the wagons and 37 horseback riders taking in a trail ride, Saturday, September 16. This photo show some of those taking part shortly after they left Metiskow. The oldest horseback rider was 74 years old and the youngest was eight while the oldest couple that rode in a wagon was Bill and Fern Roadhouse from Evesham, Sask. There were local riders as well as from Coronation, Consort, Hardisty, Edmonton, Vermilion, Edgerton, Unity and points in between. After the ride, 88 people enjoyed a steak supper. Wilma Halvorson said that it “was a great day and all our funds from the trail ride are going to replace the sidewalk going into the Metiskow hall.” The trail was about 16 miles long and participants rode south of Metiskow to Metiskow Lake (or Sunken Lake as on the map), around the lake and back in a circle, returning to the hall just in time for the 5 p.m. supper. ©Provost News Photo.

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More pictures, stories can be found in the print edition of The Provost News, September 20, 2017 including:

• Town, M.D., School Board Election Races On

• Fireman Len Kjos Remembered in Ottawa

• Gibsons Gives $200,000 to Hardisty for Rec. Upgrades

• STA School Students Presented with Awards at Ceremony

• Gibsons Plans 1.1 Million Barrel Hardisty Terminal Expansion

• Employment/Careers

• Football Games Hosted in Provost

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Enbridge Line 3 Replacement
Here’s a view of workmen from OJ Pipelines working on the giant Enbridge Line 3 Replacement just south of Highway 13 near Metiskow on Saturday, September 16. An estimated 700 people are in this area to work on the energy project that is moving across the Prairies. Enbridge will carry crude oil and other products from Alberta and Saskatchewan to markets and refineries into the United States. Photo shows a section of pipe that weighs approximately 90,000 pounds ready to be lifted down to join other pipe. ©Provost News Photo.

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This week we ask: "What is Your Best Childhood Memory?"
. . . and readers heard answers from
Lori-Jean Kostler, Kristen Shewchuk, Kaitlyn Sonmor and Reta Bast. Check out the September 20, 2017 print edition of The Provost News for their responses.

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