The election of Wildrose candidate Bruce Rowe means that for the first time since it was created in 1996, the Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills constituency will have an MLA who is not part of the governing party in Alberta.
Having an MLA who is not part of the governing party in Alberta will be a unique experience for Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills constituents.
Wildrose candidate Bruce Rowe was chosen by local voters on Monday to take over for retiring MLA Richard Marz - Marz had been the lone representative for the region since the creation of the constituency in 1996.
While the PC party did secure another majority in the Legislature, Didsbury Mayor Brian Whittal expects it to be a good thing to have a louder voice on the opposition side.
Carstairs Mayor Lance Colby believes it will be interesting to see if there is any difference.
Olds Mayor Judy Dahl feels Bruce Rowe's municipal experience will be an asset in the legislature.
Dahl says it was very evident in the months leading up to the election that there was going to be strong support for the Wildrose Party along this part of the QE2 corridor.
The Crop Inputs Manager With Richardson-Pioneer Says It Has Been A 'Fairly Good' Growing Season For Farmers In This Region.
Mounties In The Town Of Olds Ask Citizens To Be Proactive In Order To Avoid Becoming An Easy Mark For Criminals.
About $10,000 Was Recently Raised At The Sundre Fire & Rescue Society's 23rd Annual ATV Poker Run.
Mountain View Seniors Housing Is Getting Close To Selecting A Date For An Official Ground Breaking Ceremony For The New Sundre Lodge.
The accomplishments of a pair of local wrestlers have helped generate international exposure for the town of Olds this summer.
Following A Memorable Run To The Calder Cup Finals As The Captain Of The St. John's IceCaps, Jason Jaffray Returned To His Hometown To Host A Golf Tournament In Support Of A Former Teammate's Memorial Foundation.