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Sept. 15 Court News

Man charged for breaking into several southern Alberta businesses By Delon Shurtz A southern Albertan man will spend several years in prison for breaking into numerous businesses, a residence and even semi trucks, and all within the past than two years. Isaak Klassen Dyck pleaded guilty last week in Lethbridge provincial court to more than 20 charges, and was sentenced to five years in a… Read More »

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A NIGHT AT THE FORUM: On Sept. 15, the Green Room in Taber played host to a federal candidate forum. It was a chance for… Read More »

Sept. 15 Court News

Man charged for breaking into several southern Alberta businesses By Delon Shurtz A southern Albertan man will spend several years in prison for breaking into… Read More »


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