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Written by Trevor Busch   
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 19:24

The topic of war is often a glamourized, glorified subject when dealt with in fiction, when in reality it is most often a very dirty business that destroys peace, innocence and life on an industrial scale.

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The fun of getting lost in a big corn maze PDF Print
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Written by Stan Ashbee   
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 15:42

With nine acres of corn to get lost in, the Lethbridge Cornmaze was a hoot and a holler. Especially, when I had to scream like a little kid when I couldn’t find my way out. Like the saying reads on the official website, “If you really get lost, don’t despair, we will be harvesting in November.” According to the website, there is a kids’ maze, a trivia maze (so, brush up on your 4-H and agriculture information) and a big maze, which takes about 20 minutes to two hours depending on your maze-ability. The southern Alberta nearby attraction is open until Oct. 26. So go get lost locally, if only for a few hours. Located four kilometres north of Park Lake.

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Fantasy Sports can make for darker reality PDF Print
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Written by Greg Price   
Thursday, 03 October 2013 20:39

I’m now in full swing in the fantasy sports world in three different sports.

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So many different influences on democracy PDF Print
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Written by Trevor Busch   
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 17:49

Municipal elections are rarely the stuff of political legend, unless you’re talking about major metropolitan areas, where municipal leaders are high-profile public figures. Here in rural Alberta, on the other hand, retaining an audience with “his worship the mayor” might not be any more difficult than running into him on the street, rather than a full-on media scrum complete with presidential-style motorcade to whisk him off to another location once his 20-second soundbite has been completed.

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Tasting the sweet nectar of the gods PDF Print
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Written by Stan Ashbee   
Wednesday, 18 September 2013 16:58

Each fall the Galt Museum in Lethbridge features a thirst-quenching fundraising event, which excelled this year in making the annual soiree one of the best yet.

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