Chickens cross the road: A Ponoka News reader sent in these photos of chickens they noticed crossing the road last week in the Lucas Heights area. With municipal elections on the horizon there was some discussion about a chicken bylaw for the Town of Ponoka at the Ponoka and District Chamber of Commerce candidates forum Oct. 5 at the Kinsmen Community Centre. Photo submitted

PHOTO: Chickens at Lucas Heights in Ponoka

One of our readers sent in photos of these chickens crossing the road in Ponoka

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

One of our readers sent in photos of these chickens crossing the road in Ponoka

 

Chickens cross the road: A Ponoka News reader sent in these photos of chickens they noticed crossing the road last week in the Lucas Heights area. With municipal elections on the horizon there was some discussion about a chicken bylaw for the Town of Ponoka at the Ponoka and District Chamber of Commerce candidates forum Oct. 5 at the Kinsmen Community Centre. Photo submitted

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