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February 11, 2015

It appears that Town of Provost staff visited beside this residence and left some sand behind to help prevent people from slipping on the nearby sidewalk. The property, located at 5124 - 51 Street has a home-made sign by the pail full of sand that reads: “If you think it’s slippery grab a hand full but leave $5.00 the Town says this is not free.” There was a box taped to the sign where passersby could deposit cash if they felt inclined. ©Provost News Photo.

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• Town Administrator Plans to Retire

• Construction Projects to be Tendered

• Local Hockey Girl to Compete in Canada Winter Games

• Bodo Hosts Discing

• Employment/Careers

• MLAs Trim Their Pay 5 Percent

• Farmers 55 Years and Older Operate 55 Percent of Farms in Alberta

• European Parliament OKs Canadian Crude

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February 11 edition of The Provost News for their answers.
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