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(Top photo) Lesley Riep’s Grade 6 class at Greentree School played Santa Claus for the day on Tuesday, November 26. (Bottom left photo) Students Josh Sandum, left, and Matthew Rowbottom have some fun loading up the boxes as did (Bottom right photo)

Barett Christensen, left, and Cort Castonguay. The class collected 148 boxes and over $150 in cash for Operation Christmas Child. In total, Operations Christmas Child collected 356 boxes from Drumheller. inSide photos by Michael James


Provincial leadership conference planned See page 11

INDEX inSide Opinions

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inSide STREETERS Savings are everywhere this Friday for the annual Black Friday sale, so inSide Drumheller asks: “Will you be heading out on Friday to get some good deals?”

Cindy Poland “No. I’ll be working through it.”

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OPINION Province allows municipalities to set playground zone rules Michael James | inSide Drumheller

The Alberta Government is proposing new legislation that would allow municipalities more control over their roads. Bill 32, the Enhancing Safety on Alberta Roads Act, will amend the Traffic Safety Act and the Highway Development Protection Act. The changes would allow municipalities to set the rules for playground zones within their boundaries. One issue facing Drumheller’s highways does not seems to be addressed by the changes. The Town has been working with St. Anthony’s School to lobby the province to create a school zone on North Dinosaur Trail, which is considered a provincial highway, near St. Anthony’s School. “When the minister (Ric McIver) was here he said he would look at it, but we haven’t heard

Dana Davidson “No way! I don’t like big crowds.”

anything yet,” said Mayor Terry Yemen. The Town is hoping the changes will allow them to address what is transported through North Dinosaur Trail. “I wrote them a letter, because I’ve heard concerns about dangerous substances being transported on Dinosaur Trail. I asked what the province’s thoughts were on it. They came back saying it would be something we could look into at a municipal level,” said Yemen. “It’ll be something council will look at down the road.” Muncipalities currently have the authority to set the hours during which school zone speed limits are in effect. “I am pleased to bring forward legislation that furthers our commitment to the safety of families and communities. Working with Alberta drivers, municipalities and stakeholders we will continue to help keep our children and

The Province of Alberta has introduced Bill 32, the Enhancing Safety on Alberta Roads Act, which proposes to allow municipalities to set their own rules regard-

Albertans safe,” said Ric McIver, Minister of Transportation. The second change would give the province



Order your complimentary bag of Reindeer Dust and give Rudolf and the rest of Santa’s reindeer a special treat this Christmas!

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Meeting areas for Food Drive Those interested in volunteering with the food drive please be at one of the meeting areas at 5:45 pm Thursday, November 28. See you there! Newcastle ........................................................... Newcastle Community Hall Nacmine .................................................................Nacmine Community Hall Bankview, Hunts Crescent, Bowling Alley area...................Bottle Depot Midland...................................................................Midland Community Hall North Drum Area .................................................................................Car Wash Riverside/Willow Estates ......................................High School parking lot McConkey Park Area to Court House .......... Parking lot of courthouse Downtown, Post office ............................................ Parking lot of the Brick Greentree Area ...............................................Greentree School parking lot Morrin .........................................................................Main Street near Firehall Munson .....................................................................Munson Community Hall Rosedale .................................................................Rosedale Community Hall Carbon........................................................................ Carbon Community Hall


Proudly serving Drumheller for 25 years! Kerry Wunder “I’m scared. It usually gets a little hectic, but I’m going for the first time this year.”


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Jesse Browning “I’m not much of a shopper and it doesn’t really seem like there’s much here I’d want.”

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Community Garden on the move Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

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The Community Garden in Drumheller is on the move and hopes to put down firm roots this coming spring. Previously, the Badlands Community Garden has operated a community garden on Newcastle Drive. DARTS generously allowed the society to set up a garden where residents could rent out a box to plant vegetables for the season. Patrice Wolf of the Society explains DARTS has designs on using the land they allowed the society to use, which means the Garden will have to be uprooted. The society has made arrangements to use a vacant parcel beside Big Country Dental Clinic near the Drumheller Post Office. “Dr. Lister and Dr. Fuh are going to lease us the yard next to their clinic,” said Wolf. “It is huge… it can handle at least as many boxes as we have now. Because it is such a public place we will have picnic tables, places for people to sit and maybe a shelter for people to get out of the sun.” The site has water and everything needed to make it a success. Wolf expects DARTS will still be heavily involved with the site, and they are looking at adding partners to the equation. “It is really positive moving forward,” said Wolf. She said they will be working throughout the winter to plan the next season, which includes advertising for the plots. They are looking at using the site not just as a place for a family to grow vegetables, but also to learn and teach. There are

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The Badlands Community Garden Association is getting ready to plant new roots on a parcel of land in downtown Drumheller near Big Country Dental Clinic. file photo

a number of local horticulture resources they are looking at to teach different subjects from bulbs to compositing. The main component for success is community involvement and Wolf wants to encourage anyone who is interested in gardening or learning about gardening to check out the Badlands Community Garden Facebook to learn more.

DEVELOPMENT PERMITS Take notice that the following development permits for the proposed uses listed below have been issued in accordance with Land Use Bylaw 10-08 of the Town of Drumheller.

1. Development Permit T00099-13D; Bedrock Appraisal Associates; Plan 8565GN; Block A; Bay 7, 555 Highway 10 East, Drumheller – DEVELOPMENT PERMIT – Occupy as Administrative Office – Classification Highway Commercial “Hwy-C” District Further information regarding these decisions may be obtained from the Development/Planning Department, Town Hall, 703 - 2nd Avenue West, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y3 (403) 823-1310 or e-mail cwoods@ Any person wishing to appeal these decisions may do so by submitting Form F and/or a written notice of appeal to the Secretary of the Subdivision & Development Appeal Board at 224 Center Street, Drumheller, Alberta, T0J 0Y3. A non-refundable fee of $120.00 must accompany the appeal. The “Notice of Appeal” and accompanying fee must be received no later than 4:30 p.m., December 13, 2013.



Shoveling snow onto the street in front of your house is prohibited under bylaw 02-07. It is okay to shovel the snow onto the boulevard and any snow on the boulevard shall not block a fire hydrant, impede storm sewer run off or block access to any storm sewer.  Under the same bylaw citizens have 24 hours to clear all snow and ice from their sidewalk after a snow fall.  If citizens do not comply the town may take remedial action to clear the snow from a sidewalk adjacent to a residence at the expense of the property owner.  Please call Greg at 403-823-1363 for more information.

20th Annual Seniors Christmas Dinner at DVSS The much anticipated Seniors Christmas Dinner is coming up on Thursday, December 5th at the Drumheller Valley Secondary School hosted by the students and staff. Doors open at 11:30 am with entertainment at 12:00 pm followed by a spectacular turkey dinner served at 1:00 pm.  Must call Rose at the Seniors Office to register at 403-823-1317 or email names of those attending to  Don’t miss the seniors event of the year!  Space is limited. Rose Poulson, Seniors Services Coordinator Town of Drumheller, 224 Centre Street, Drumheller, Alberta T0J 0Y4 Phone: (403)823-1317 Fax:    (403)823-7739 Email:

Hi, we are Scamper and Rufus and we are not even 2 months old yet. Someone dropped us off at the Humane Society and we already had our sister, Boots adopted to a nice family. Rufus is pretty calm, cool and collected, but I am more active, that is why my name is Scamper. We are both very curious and like to be held and cuddled, although Rufus likes it more than I do, because I like to run and play more. We have both been around other cats and dogs since we were born and like to play with them, too. We are black with some white spots, and got our Àrst shots already. We are hoping a nice family will come and adopt us so we can live in our forever homes soon. Come and meet us and you will fall in love… (wink, wink)



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TOWN OF DRUMHELLER ELECTED OFFICIAL REMUNERATION REVIEW TASK FORCE The Town of Drumheller is seeking membership for a Task Force consisting of a maximum of five public-at-large members to conduct an elected official remuneration review. The Task Force will be required to report within ninety (90) days on being appointed with recommendations on honorariums and benefits to be established for members of Council. Please contact the office of R.M. Romanetz, P. Eng., CAO at (403)823-1339 for an application form and a copy of the Terms of Reference if you are interested in serving as a member on the Task Force. The deadline for applications is November 8th, 2013 at 4:00 PM. Task Force members will be appointed by Council.

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Protect Your Pets

For more information please contact: Carol Todor, 403-823-4377, or Holly Guterson, MS Society, 403-823-7056

Pet Owners can now purchase their 2014 pet licenses. We urge them to do so as it makes tracking a lost or found pet easier. For further information call Greg at 823 1363. Or email

Rose Poulson, Seniors Services Coordinator

Board Vacancies The Town of Drumheller has vacancies on the following Boards: Drumheller Public Library (1 vacancy) and Municipal Planning Commission (1 vacancy), Drumheller Housing Administration – 1 vacancies and Policing Committee – 3 vacancies, - Economic Development 1 vacancy.   Please contact Linda Handy 403-823-1339 if you are interested in serving in this capacity.

Government of Alberta Southern Alberta Flood Response Program Property Tax Relief Program The Town of Drumheller council can forgive property tax for property owners who have lost the use of their homes or businesses either permanently or for a prolonged period due to the flood because the property is deemed uninhabitable. Property tax relief can be granted for a period of up to 3 years, beginning with the 2013 tax year. Eligibility Criteria and documentation requirements to receive these benefits are viewable online at Property_Tax_Relief_Policy_Information_Bulletin.pdf. or can be picked up at Town Hall, 224 Centre Street, Drumheller, AB. For questions about this program, please contact Byron Nagazina, Director of Corporate Services at (403) 823-1311.

DRUMHELLER LIBRARY UPCOMING EVENTS: Storytime: A different theme each week – “4 Tales Family Storytime Tuesdays 2-2:30pm through to Dec. 10th and “Alphasaurus Preschool Storytime” Fridays 10-11:00am through to Dec. 13th. Join us for stories, crafts, & activities. No preregistration is required and the programs are FREE. Find us on Facebook, there’s a link on our web site.


is going to print again soon in preparation for the next season of education and events. Please send your updated information by December 6th to Judy at 403-823-1324 or

Drumheller Aquaplex will be closed for shutdown beginning Nov. 4, 2013. The expected re opening date is Jan. 18, 2014. For additional information please call the Drumheller Aquaplex – 403-823-1322 or 403-823-1321

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Performing arts students can begin registering for this year’s Drumheller and District Music Festival. The 74th annual festival is slated for March 18-28, with the final concert on Saturday, March 28.


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The Drumheller and District Music Festival committee has selected a date for the 74th annual musical extravaganza. The Drumheller and District Music Festival is Drumheller’s longest standing continuous cultural event and literally thousands of students of the ďŹ ne arts have participated, generations from the same families have taken the stage in front of professional adjudicators to hone their craft. This year, the Music Festival goes from March 18-

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28, with the ďŹ nal concert being held on Saturday night, March 28. The annual Music Festival is also one of the largest events within the area with 400 entries each year, spanning all the disciplines. There are entries in dozens of categories, from spoken word to school band, from musical theatre to instrumental recitals. Local music teachers are aware of the Provincial Syllabus, and it is available throughout December at the Drumheller Public Library and online with entry forms. Those wishing to participate do not have to be formal students. Anyone can sign up to compete. Drumheller students have done well over the years. Last year, 12 local students were recommended to go on and compete at provincial music festivals. Annually, the festival gives out in the area of $6,000 in scholarships The entry deadline for this year’s Music Festival is January 14. The festival would like to see more entries in the area of speech. This includes poetry, story telling and Bible recitation. This year’s entry secretary is Tracy Kakuk and she can be reached at 403-823-5544, or 403-8202493. For more information on the Drumheller and District Music Festival, contact president Lynn Edwards at 403-74-83 or email at lynnedwa@gmail. com.

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HAPPENINGS The Nutcracker with a touch of Jazz

The Nutcracker All Jazzed Up opens Friday at Kaleidoscope Theatre and dancers have been busy rehearsing for the Christmas classic, with a little jazz added to the mix. (l-r) Lakelan Lavie plays an exuberant soldier,

The Nutcracker open Friday, November 29 at Kaleidoscope Theatre

The Montreal Canadiens are coming to Drumheller! Hockey Hall of Fame legend Guy Lafleur and the Montreal Canadiens Alumni team will face-off against the Drumheller All-Stars. Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Puck drops at 6:00 p.m. Drumheller Memorial Arena Game tickets are $25 Children 3 and under free

This is a game you won’t want to miss! Tickets go on sale in Drumheller on December 2 at the Badlands Community Facility, The Sports Room and Century 21 Real Estate.

A limited number of VIP tickets are available for $100 (includes the game and a post-game reception with the Montreal Canadiens). VIP tickets are on sale December 2 at Numberz Accounting (59 Bridge Street) or by phone at (403) 821-1122. Limit of 4 VIP Tickets per person. All proceeds will support the Badlands Community Facility

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For more information, contact Carolyn Huculak (403) 820-1827. Drumheller Badlands Community Facility Fundraising Cabinet

Brooklyn Davies and Kendra Carey as the Snow King and Queen entertain the Nutcracker, played by Raine McDougald and Clara, played by Sophia Kolafa.

are WHO you? Jacob Bonin Age: 19. Occupation: Centre, Drumheller Dragons. What do you like most about playing for the Dragons? How the whole town comes out and supports the team and you build a bond with the other players. What’s your dream job? The NHL for Tampa Bay. It’d definitely be nice in Florida. How long have you been in Drumheller? Four weeks. What do you like most about Drumheller? It’s feels like home, because I’m from a small town. Where are you from? Sudbury, Ontario. What is your perfect ‘stache? Curled at the ends. Any travel destinations on your bucket list? Australia would be cool. What’s the coolest place you’ve been to? Jamaica.

If you could travel through time, when and where would you go? Back to nationals to beat Rory Davidson. Who would you hang out with for a day? Steve Stamkos. Any hobbies? Golfing, fishing, and hunting. What is one thing you could eat for the rest of your life? A good steak, Chicago style. Favourite movies/ TV shows: Friday Night Lights, Suits, and Sons of Anarchy. What would be your entrance music? “New Morning Sun” by Blue Rodeo. What is your dream vehicle? A monster truck or one of the robots from Pacific Rim. What superpower would you want? Kind of like Green Lantern where I could make anything I could think of. Any words of wisdom? Don’t give up on your dream.

To nominate the next Who are you? Please give us a call at 403-823-2580, fax at 403-823-3864 or email

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inSide happenings Playing at The Napier Theatre... Hunger Games Catching Fire, LAST WEEK!! Friday, November 29 - Thursday, December 5, 7:30 pm - 145 min., rated PG. Friday, November 29, Drumheller: Farmers’ Market at Greentree Mall. 3-7 pm.

Moonlight Madness in Drumheller! BIG SAVINGS THOUGHOUT THE VALLEY. DON’T MISS THIS GREAT CHANCE TO START YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. Saturday, November 30, Drumheller: Farmers’ Market at Greentree Mall. 10 am - 3 pm. Wednesday, December 4, Drumheller: CWL Bring & Buy. St. Anthony’s Hall. 6:30 p.m. $5.00 per person. Wednesday, December 4, Morrin: Morrin & District Ag Society AGM. Morrin Sportsplex. 6:00 p.m. New members and new ideas welcome. Thursday, December 5, Drumheller: Senior’s Dinner at DVSS. Call Rose for reservations. 403-823-1317. Limited space. Thursday, December 5, Drumheller: Stampede & Ag Society AGM. 7:00 p.m. at the Drumheller Stampede Barn. Sunday, December 8, Drumheller: 19th Annual Tree of Hope. 3:00 p.m. Drumheller Health Centre Chapel. Everyone welcome. See our ad on page 3 for information. Saturday, December 14, Drumheller: Christmas Farmers’ Market at Greentree Mall. 10 am - 3 pm. Saturday, December 14, Drumheller: Dinosaur Golf & Country Club presents their first Canadiana Event. Celebrate Canadian Traditions through delectable favourites. Call 403823-5622 for tickets and information. Tuesday, December 31, Drumheller: Pick up your tickets now and celebrate New Year’s Eve by joining us for a Murder Mystery Party. Drumheller Legion. $25/person or $45/couple. Hot lunch, noise makers, champagne at midnight! 403-8235611. Monday evenings, Nacmine: Community Bingo, Nacmine Hall. Doors open 6 p.m. Bingo starts at 7:30 p.m.

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Here’s how it works: Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!

Horoscopes ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 It’s never too late to get healthy, Aries. Find time for some exercise and replace some calorie-laden foods with fruits and vegetables. You will appreciate having an extra hop in your step. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, a week of passion and romance awaits you and your special someone. Everything you do draws the attention of others. So make it work to your advantage. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, it can be challenging to get your head wrapped around certain tasks. Somehow you will manage to pull everything together and get everything accomplished. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, maintain your focus in the coming week no matter how difficult that proves to be. Personal concerns may have you reeling, but your heightened focus will serve you well.

CLUES ACROSS 1. Regions 6. Abu __, UAE capital 11. Forever 13. Lower position 14. Masterpiece series 18. Atomic #18 19. Cuckoos 20. Goat with conical horns 21. European money 22. Flaw the surface 23. Restaurant bill 24. Indicated horsepower (abbr.) 25. Go in advance 28. Ancient Egyptian King 29. Insert mark 31. Palm fruits 33. Peels a fruit’s skin 34. Many not ands 35. Cathode-ray oscilloscope 36. Bo __, “10” 38. Satisfies to excess 40. More dry 41. Of he 42. Lay a tax upon 45. Ed Murrow’s home 46. Newsman Rather 47. Swiss mountain

Answers Sudoku Solution

49. Till 50. Potato, tossed or green 52. Italian automaker 53. Birthplace of Abraham 54. Scheduled visits 57. Yemen capital (alt. sp.) 59. Assisted 60. Persian kings 61. Accumulate CLUES DOWN 1. Unkeyed 2. Recable 3. Sea eagles 4. Small social insect 5. __ Paulo, city 6. 2 man fight 7. Honey (abbr.) 8. Anno Domini 9. Malibu and Waikiki 10. To burst in 11. Mild yellow Dutch cheese 12. Liquefied natural gas 15. Douroucoulis 16. Spoiled child

17. Founder of Babism 21. Ireland 26. Love intensely 27. One who confronts boldly 28. Atomic #52 29. Feels concern or interest 30. Got up from 32. Sound of disappointment 33. Out of 100 (abbr.) 36. Actress Kerr 37. Irish Gaelic 38. 10 Commandments mountain 39. Morning 40. Straight downhill ski run 41. Angel’s crown 43. Canonized individuals 44. Old school tablets 46. Dip lightly into water 48. Traumatic anxiety disorder 50. Mineral spring resorts 51. Desoxyribonucleic acid 52. Greek cheese 54. Express pleasure 55. Don’t know when yet 56. 13th Hebrew letter 58. Chinese tennis star Li

Food for

thought Lori Stefanishion inSide Drumheller Food Columnist

Not only is this a fairly healthy pizza choice, it is a very delicious one, too! You can choose the crust according to your personal preference – be it gluten-free, whole wheat, thin or thick – there are many options. Sun-dried tomato asparagus pizza Spread a thin coating of sundried tomato pesto onto your choice of precooked pizza crust. Top with sliced, blanched asparagus. Add chopped, cooked back bacon or prosciutto. Sprinkle with chunks of goat cheese (or crumbled feta). Bake at 375 for 10 -12 minutes.

Last Week's Crossword

*If you are using an uncooked crust, then simply bake the pizza longer. When I made this, I cooked it on the barbecue. I grilled one side of the crust, then flipped it over to add the fillings. I then completed the cooking for about 8 minutes on the barbecue.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you may have something on your mind, but now is not the time to share such concerns. Do your best to solve a problem on your own, but rely on the advice of others if need be. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, do your best to avoid being let down by the negative attitudes of others. Friends or coworkers may just be in a bad mood, but that does not mean you need to be. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, a little extra concentration will find you tackling your workload with time to spare. Commit your time now and enjoy the time to take things slow later in the week. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, significant changes are afoot and you are not quite sure how to prioritize your goals. Enjoy the change, but make use of down time to reestablish your priorities. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, though a pressing issue in your relationship may seem like it needs immediate attention, you have a lot of time to work through any issues. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, your normally conservative approach won’t work this week. You have to take a couple of chances, or you won’t accomplish much of anything. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, you have only a few days to learn some new procedures at work. It is natural to feel nervous, but put aside those feelings and concentrate on the tasks at hand. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, don’t worry too much about an upcoming change around the office. You’re in position to benefit from some restructuring.

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A man who pleaded guilty to a rash of oilfield site break and enters was handed a conditional sentence order for two years. Stephen Barnes pleaded guilty to a slew of break and enters and thefts from oilfield sites in provincial court in Drumheller on Friday, November 22. The court heard that

on February 10 of this year, Barnes broke into a rural oilfield yard near Didsbury. The RCMP stopped him and discovered copper wire and bolt cutters. He pleaded guilty to break and enter, mischief and possession of break in tools. Barnes was arrested by Three Hills RCMP on June 12. He was cooperative with RCMP and admitted that between December 30 and Febru-

ary 4, he broke into eight sites to steal copper wire in the Three Hills, Trochu, Elnora and Delburne areas. At six of these sites he stole items. In all, the materials that went missing had a value of between $19,000 and $34,000. The crown prosecutor and defense agreed on a two-year conditional sentence order. This means he will be serving his sentence outside an institution.

The first eight months of his sentence, he is to remain under house arrest. For the remainder of his sentence he is to abide by a curfew. He is also to make $12,600 of restitution on a schedule of monthly payments. Any failure to make a payment will result in Barnes having a court appearance in front of Judge Grieve.

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An inmate at the Drumheller Institution was sentenced to 30 days in custody after he alerted health staff at the penitentiary that he had drugs stashed in an difficult to reach place. Randy Medwid appeared in provincial court in Drumheller on

Friday, November 22. He pleaded guilty to simple possession of drugs. The court heard how on March 15 of this year, Medwid went to the heath care unit at the penitentiary advising them he felt ill and had ingested two packages; one containing tobacco and one containing cannabis resin.

He was taken to the Drumheller Health Centre, where the packages had to be surgically removed from his digestive tract. When recovered, the cannabis resin had a weight of about 15 grams. Judge Grieve, when handing down his sentenced, told Medwid many would be inter-

ested in seeing him stay in jail until he paid back the thousands of dollars that tax payers spent on his surgery. In the end, Judge Grieve agreed with the federal prosecutor’s position and sentenced Medwid to 30 days consecutive to any other sentence he is currently serving.

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Grade 8 students of the 2012/2013 academic year were recognized on November 14 at the DVSS Junior High Awards ceremony. Students who achieved honours include (in alphabetical order) Allison Boyko, Kendra Carey, Abigail Fooks, Jessica Francis, Justin Herman, Cory Kroeger, Ewan MacFadden, Liam McDougald, Noah Miles, Jayden Nail, Courtney Quintal, Savanna Richardson, Megan Ruckman, Ryan Skytt, Elisha Tak, Nicolette Thomson, Daniel Thornton, and Jordon Trodd. inSide photo by Michael James

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DVSS Grade 8 Math, LA, Science, PE, Social, and Reading Junior High students of the 2012/2013 school year were recognized at the Junior High Awards night on Thursday, November 14. Students (l-r) Ryan Skytt (PE and Skills), Noah Miles (Math), Kendra Carey (LA), Nicolette Thomson (Social), and Jessica Francis (Science and Reading) were recognized for their achievements in Grade 8. inSide photo by Michael James

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DVSS student leaders plan provincial conference Michael James | inSide Drumheller

Students and staff at Drumheller Valley Secondary School are getting ready to host students from across the province next spring. From May 11-13, 2014, DVSS will host the annual Alberta Student Leadership Conference. “It’s a three day conference hosting students from all over Alberta. It’s an annual event and we undergo intensive leadership training through different seminars,” said DVSS student Maria Patterson, who is helping to organize the conference. Patterson attended last year’s conference and felt it is well worth the effort to bring it to Drumheller. “It was great and they’re always inter-

esting. I learned how to be a better leader and to voice my opinion,” said Patterson. Organizers are anticipating Drumheller will be packed with students. “Last year, there were about 1,400 students, but this year we’re thinking we’ll get about 700. It really depends on the school’s location,” said DVSS student Kortney Giffin, who is also helping organize. The student delegates will be shown the sights and sounds of the Valley. “They’ll be seeing our tourist attractions, staying in our hotels, and eating our food. They’ll be taking back a piece of Drumheller when they go home, so hopefully they’ll return with their families,” said Patterson. “It’s a perfect kick-off right before our tour-

The Drumheller Valley Secondary School (DVSS) Leaderhip class is busy organizing the 2014 Alberta Student Leadership Conference. It is expected the conference will bring roughly 700 students from all over the province to

the Valley from May 11 to 13. Organizers are asking for help to make the conference a success.

ist season hits.” Several guest speakers have been lined up so far, including Craig Kielburger, Sabrina Jalees, and Michel Chikwanne. To make the conference a success, organizers are asking for help from individuals

also need food and meals. Because we’re such a small school, we won’t get as much in registration fees, so we need more community support,” said Patterson. The community can also support by volunteering.

and businesses in the community. The guest speakers alone cost thousands. “We need a lot of community support. Not just monetary donations, we need small things like water bottles and backpacks for the swag bags. We

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“We also need volunteers to help, like with registration, serving food, or supervising the dance,” said DVSS teacher Cindy Karpa. Those interested in helping out can call Karpa at 403-8235171.

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Free basketball refereeing clinic Saturday Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

As hard as players practice and coaches work to develop skills, there would be no basketball season of it weren’t for referees. There will be a beginner referees clinic coming up this Saturday, November 30 at St. Anthony’s School. This is for people interested in oďŹƒciating basketball for the ďŹ rst time. Gavin Makse, who is facilitating the clinic, says there is no cost for the program and all participants need to bring is some clean, non-marking court shoes, something comfortable to wear on the court to run in, and an interest in

learning. He said there would be a classroom session looking at rules and protocols. There will also be an on-court session to learn the mechanics of oďŹƒciating and signals. The ďŹ nal part of the session will be on the court, actually oďŹƒciating a game. Makse says he hopes to have some players there to scrimmage. The session runs from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and is open to anyone who wants to drop in and try it out. To learn more or conďŹ rm a space, contact Makse at 403823-385, ext. 104.

Dragons versus Dynos for grad festivities Members of the DVSS Grad Committee were out to prove their volleyball prowess, as they took on members of the Drumheller Dragons in a friendly match last Friday, November 22. While the Dragons knew their way around the

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Dynos close volleyball season

volleyball team put the ďŹ nishing touches on their season, when The Drumheller Val- they headed to play in ley Secondary School the zone championSenior Girls Dynos ships. Two weeks ago they had a strong showing in Hanna for regionals. Zones started o only tough, as the Dynos at were thrust into competition against the two top teams in the zone. “We had probably two of the strongest 1-877-356-5666 teams in our pool, 1004 Highway 9 South, Drumheller, AB Three Hills and Strathcona-Tweedsmuir, out of Okotoks. We had a pretty good match against Three Hills but couldn’t pull o the Jamie Worman upset against the home Sales/Leasing team,â€? said heach coach Dawn Sullivan. “In the Strath-


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cona match the Dynos team tried but were no match for this team. It was great to see a senior team playing at the level of Strathcona. They were running all sorts of hits out of the front and back row.â€? The next morning the Dynos had two more games. “Saturday morning we played Sundre and lost two straight and then the ďŹ nal match for the Dynos was against Holy Cross out of Strathmore. Unfortunately the team did not play as well as they did the previous weekend and did not win any of their games,â€? said Sullivan. The season is over for the Dynos, but Sullivan is happy how far the team came from


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their beginnings in September. “It was disappointing to ďŹ nish on that note. However, after a little team chat, the Dynos do think they made improvements from the beginning of the year to the end of the year. The team had some games when they played very well and everything came together and then they had some games when it just seemed that nothing was going right,â€? said Sullivan. Next year will be a rebuilding season. Of the current roster, ďŹ ve Grade 12 players will be graduating next June. “We are looking to start the rebuilding process with new players but also have a core group of grade 11’s moving forward,â€? said Sullivan.

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