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Tips for keeping your car like new

You don’t have to buy a new vehicle every three or four years if you take proper care of the one you’ve got. Freeman Young, president of Krown Rust Control Systems, offers these tips for keeping your automobile looking its best and performing well for many years:

Good car maintenance returns 6:1

For every dollar spent on maintaining your vehicle, you stand to keep six dollars in your pocket, claims a recent study in the automotive industry.
Wanted for a Sept. 27, 2008 liquor theft.

Wanted for a Sept. 27, 2008 liquor theft.

New Chief for Montana Cree Nation

New Chief for Montana Cree Nation

The members of the Montana Cree Nation are celebrating a new chief after electing one individual to take on the position. Chief Carolyn Buffalo was elected to a three year term as chief of the Montana Cree Nation on Oct. 8.

Rustproofing your car equals safety

Most of us are safety conscious drivers and we want our vehicles to be safe for us to travel in, no matter what their age. But if you keep your vehicle for more than four or five years in a harsh climate like ours, it will inevitably start to show signs of deterioration. Rust is one of those signs.
Wanted for a May 26, 2008 theft at a liquor store.

Wanted for a May 26, 2008 theft at a liquor store.

Discovering the wonders of the night sky

Highlight: One of the year’s most spectacular views in the night sky will be a grouping of the two brightest planets with the moon on Monday evening, Dec. 1. Jupiter, Venus and the moon will meet in the southwest just after sunset.

Hobbema Cadets represented in Toronto

The world-renowned Hobbema Cadets will be put in the spotlight on Nov 15 at a prestigious gala event in Toronto, Ontario.
Remembrance Day a time of reflection

Remembrance Day a time of reflection

Among the many services and events to remember those who have fought for Canada’s freedom, Remembrance Day is the most recognized and celebrated time of the year that honours those who have fought.
Ponoka firefighters train for hazardous spills

Ponoka firefighters train for hazardous spills

Keeping the environment healthy and protected is on the minds of many in this day and age and Ponoka and the province of Alberta are working together to keep the water and land safe by learning how to deal with emergencies.