|Gene Perry (above) cleans the curling ice at Chauvin on February 8 just before after school teams show up. Meanwhile (bottom photo) at the other end of the building, more workers helped prepare the ice for Chauvin, Paradise Valley, Edgerton and Provost curlers to compete at an elementary and junior high school bonspiel. ©Provost News Photos.
Photo in February 13 edition of The Provost News.
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NEB Explains Hearing Process for Pipeline to Hardisty Area
—But Landowners Want Action on Existing Line Abandonments
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Also in the February 13 print edition of The Provost News:
• Former Resident Named One of Canada’s Outstanding Principals
• Woman Among Top 30 Honoured for International Volunteer Work
• Waterslide Project Might Vanish
• Some Reminiscences of the Store at Cadogan
by Margaret V. Watt; From The Provost News, May 3, 1967
• Thinking Out Loud
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