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May 28, 2014

Construction Means Detour

Vehicles are not able to navigate two blocks of 48 Street in town because of rocks, dirt—and heavy equipment are blocking the way while waterlines to feed fire hydrants are being upgraded to a larger size. Meanwhile people living nearby had their water shut off, but had a temporary clean supply fed from a hydrant nearby. Story in this paper. ©Provost News Photos.

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Also in the May 28, 2014 print edition of The Provost News:

• RCMP Look for Car After Fuel Stolen

• BP Canada Gives $10,000 to Hughenden School

• Employment/Careers

• Empress of Ireland Among New Release of Royal Canadian Mint Collector Coins

• Rain Means Temporary Setback for Seeding

• Pudge Talks About Storytelling and Dreams

• Oil and Gas Industry Makes Awards

• Twin Butte to Drill 50 Wells at Provost This Year

• Letters

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This week we ask: "Why Should We Clean up the Town?"
. . . and readers heard answers from Jenna Murray, Ruby Motion, Kaidence Eftoda and Memphis Parker. Check out the
May 28 edition of The Provost News for their answers.
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