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Friday, October 21, 2011 Vol. 5, No. 42 | 12 pages

Off wit h his head!

Museum director to be honoured See page 6

Who are you? See page 7

Senior Sabres playing strong See page 11

INDEX inSide Opinions .........Page 2 inSide Crime ............ Page 3 Employment ...............Page 4 Who are you? .............Page 7 Inside Happenings .Pages 7-8 inSide Break ..............Page 9 Classifieds .................Page 10 inSide Sports ... Pages 11-12

It's that time of year when the ghosts and goblins come out to play. It is also at this time the most creative yards pop up. Clayton Stenbeck has been toiling away in his garage turning his yard into a macabre masterpiece, complete with a bloody guillotine, ghosts and graves galore. The fan of horror movies isn’t quite done yet, although he still has a few days before Halloween.

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inSide STREETERS With the growing momentum of the occupy protests around the world, inSide Drumheller asks: “What effect do you think these demonstrations will have?”

Owen Thompson “Not much. They need clearer goals. So far it’s an expression of angry sign waving.”

Lance Tanke “I don’t think they’ll have any major impact.”

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Town presses for Michichi Creek remediation Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

The pressure is on to have the damage caused this spring by high water events in the Michichi Creek remediated. In April, the Michichi Creek banks swelled to some of the highest levels known. Residents saw dramatic flooding on properties east of Highway 9 at the intersection of the Verdant Valley Road. But much damage was caused to the banks as it passed by residences on 9th Street West. “It took out a lot of property there, it went over two property lines,” said Mayor Terry Yemen. “If we have another one like that, there is a garage and sheds that would be undermined. The part that is critical is where residents could start losing their property.” The town lobbied successfully this summer for funding from the province to have the project completed. They were able to secure Ledcor to do the work and had the project engineered. According to Mayor Yemen, Fisheries and Oceans, because it concerns a body of water, have to sign off on the project. Last week they looked at the project and have yet to give the go

The Town of Drumheller has successfully lobbied for funding to repair damage caused by last spring’s flooding of the banks of the Michichi

Creek, and have contracted a company to do the work. Currently they are awaiting approval from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. inSide photo by O.R. Sheddy

ahead. Yemen is concerned that it might take a while. “What concerns me is we dealt with Fisheries and Oceans with the boat launch (at Newcastle Beach), and it took a year and a half,” said Yemen. “Ideally, right now is when we would like to do the work,” said Yemen. “We have low water and the weather is still good.” His concerns came across

in a strongly worded letter he penned to MP Kevin Sorenson. “Fisheries and Oceans have only now become involved and the project is basically on hold while the bureaucrats discuss it. If this project is prevented from moving forward as planned, there will be dire consequences in spring 2012 if we have a high water spring runoff again. I

would ask that you, in your capacity, make every effort to intervene and strongly encourage Fisheries and Oceans to lead, follow or get out of the way,” stated the letter. He received a response from Sorenson's office in a timely manner and says they have followed up with Fisheries and Oceans and are hopeful the process can be sped up.

'Lunch is on Us' winners Theresa Vivey “Other people are working hard. You wonder what the protesters do.”

Noel Albrecht “None at all.”

Tracey Robinson, left, of inSide Drumheller presents Heather Franciotti with her prize in the Lunch is on Us Contest. Franciotti selected a gift certificate for Flavourz.

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Joan Ross “It’s a wake up call to corporations and power holders that the grassroots are not content.”

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Inmate charged with kidnapping, escape Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

An inmate serving time for second-degree murder at the Drumheller Institution, confined, bound and assaulted a corrections officer during an escorted absence, but was quickly apprehended by RCMP. On Tuesday, October 18, shortly after 6 p.m., the Drumheller Institution was notified that an inmate escaped from an escorted temporary absence while returning from Buck Lake, Alberta. Three Hills RCMP received a report that the officer had been taken hostage on Highway 587, west of Huxley. According to a release from Three Hills RCMP, the inmate, being escorted by a lone female officer, was not handcuffed or secured. He feigned sickness while travelling on Highway 42, west of Highway 21, and overpowered the corrections officer by choking her with his hands and seatbelt. He bound the officer in the backseat of the minivan that was being used to transport the prisoner and let her out on Highway 587. Members of Olds RCMP located the minivan and took the suspect into custody without

incident. The corrections officer was taken to the Three Hills Hospital, where she was treated for minor injuries and released. Donald Fowler, 32, has been charged with escaping lawful custody, assaulting a peace officer, kidnapping, forcible confinement, theft and dangerous driving. He

will appear in provincial court in Drumheller on October 21. Fowler is a first time federal offender serving an indeterminate sentence for second degree murder and possession of a schedule I substance. His sentence commenced on July 2, 1997. The Correctional Service

of Canada says, in a release, it will review the circumstances surrounding the escape and will take necessary

measures to address any safety and security issues stemming from this incident.

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Judge clarifies his view on war on drugs Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

Judge Les Grieve took time during the sentencing of an inmate from the Drumheller Institution to clarify the intentions of a statement he made at the conclusion of a fatality inquiry this year. Last Friday, Johnathen Glover appeared in provincial court in Drumheller to plead guilty to simple possession of drugs. The court heard, how on July 30 of this year, corrections officers, doing a range walk, took note of cannabis resin on a lip balm cap that Glover possessed. The institution value of the find was about $900. The Crown and defence agreed on a joint submission of 60 days consecutive to his sentence. Before Grieve delivered his sentence, he addressed media reports from earlier this fall, where it was implied from his statements that the war on drugs has been lost. In the conclusion of a fa-

tality report into the death of Cory Stewart Mountain, which was released earlier this fall, Grieve stated, “The so-called 'war on drugs,' in my humble view is a war which cannot be won.” The report showed that Mountain was able to obtain three drugs, which overwhelmed him and caused his death. A report from the media suggested Grieve said the war on drugs was lost. He indicated the war on drugs was much like the war on poverty, crime and terrorism. “This is not a war that society 'wins.' These are battles to be constantly fought to keep casualties to a minimum.” He went on to point out the reports imply that judges have given up. “Judges are committed to putting all offenders, including the drug addicted on a healthy path in life,” he said.

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Korean students learn Canadian perspectives Michael James | inSide Drumheller

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The Drumheller Valley Secondary School has a strong international program. Students from around the globe travel to Drumheller to learn from the Alberta school system and polish their English for post secondary education in North America.

“They’ve told me they love Canada, and quite a few have told me they want to work in hotels or salons here.” Annette Waiboer

However, this fall the demographics amongst the international students are a little skewed. Twenty students from South Korea travelled to Drumheller for a three month, non-academic, program to train in the fields of

tourism and cosmetology. “They’re here to learn English and Canadian culture,” said Annette Waiboer, Career Counsellor at the DVSS. “None of them have been to Canada before.” In December, the students will leave DVSS and work in hotels and salons in town for experience. Canalta Hotels has offered to help train the tourism students, and salons around town are keen on helping the cosmetology students. The program is sponsored by the Ministry of Education in South Korea and the DVSS is hoping these are not the last students. “There’s talk of having 40 students next fall and another 40 the next semester,” said Curtis LaPierre, Principal of the DVSS. After the work experience is over at the end of December, the students will head home. Although, some have expressed interest in returning to Canada.

“They’ve told me they here,” said Waiboer. “Espe- experienced winter here,” love Canada, and quite a cially in Drumheller, they added Waiboer. few have told me they want find the people are friendly. “Although they haven’t to work in hotels or salons

The Korean contingent at the Drumheller Valley Secondary School. Students are learning the tricks of the trade in tourism and cosmetology from the

DVSS and will soon embark on work experience in Drumheller. inSide photo by Michael James

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Royal Tyrrell Museum garden renovations underway Michael James | inSide Drumheller

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The Cretaceous garden has drastically changed from a lush forest to a barren field. Renovations have begun with the goal of revitalizing the garden. “One of things we’re looking to do is provide more accessibility in the garden,” said Lisa Making, Director of Exhibits and Communications. “We want to also provide more interpretation as to what plant life in Drumheller was like during the Cretaceous.” “We want to also provide more interpretation as to what plant life in Drumheller was like during the Cretaceous.” Andrew Neuman

The garden is now closed off to the public and the plants and animals have been relocated. Students from Olds College assisted museum staff

in removing plants. The plants will be relocated to Olds College, where they will be cared for until the garden is ready. Lear Construction is handling the renovations. The plan is to have a raised boardwalk through the garden. Visitors will now walk over the plants rather than through them. Throughout the renovations, newly appointed gardener Dawn Christian will be working closely with researchers to rebuild the story that the garden represents. Other projects the Royal Tyrrell Museum are working on include continuing the work done earlier this year at the Hoodoos near East Coulee. “We’ll be adding additional signage and addressing some health and safety concerns,” said Andrew Neuman, Executive Director. Construction in the garden will continue until next

March. The plants will be returning in April. However, Neuman added it will take time for the plants to reestablish themselves. “It’s a chance for us to rebuild the space,” said Making. “It’s really exciting.”

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Motorists can expect minor delays and lane reductions on Highway 27 near Morrin. The highway will be reduced to single lane traffic on and around the bridge carrying the highway over the Red Deer River. The lane reduction takes place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, starting Oct. 25 and continuing through Oct. 28, weather permitting. Traffic will be controlled through signage and tem-

porary traffic lights. The travel lane width will be reduced to 3.6 metres and vehicles exceeding this width will have to use alternate routes. The lane reduction accommodates repairs to the bridge required due to a high-load collision earlier this year. Motorists should use caution in this area and obey all signs, message boards, and flag people. Fines for speeding are doubled in construction zones when workers are present.

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Bridge repairs reduce lanes on Highway 27 near Morrin Day after Night Anita Diamant Lori Stefanishion Day after Night by Anita Diamant is the novel we discussed as our book inSide Drumheller club gathered this month. Diamant is the author of The Red Tent, another book most people have Book Columnist quite appreciated. This story takes place just after the Second World War in 1945, set in a British-run internment camp near Haifa, Israel. The four main characters are women who, along with thousands of Jews, have escaped Europe and tried to get to their promised land, only to be detained at Atlit. They have survived horrors and while they become friends, we learn their stories. The girls include a Polish, a French, a Dutch and a survivor of Aushwitz. Despite their uncommon backgrounds, they are all united as one while living in the camp. We were all very surprised in learning yet another aspect of these survivors. Most people assume that the ones who were fortunate enough to endure the Holocaust simply went “home” and life resumed. These camps they were detained in were another story for all of us. The characters are all ones to sympathize with and realize, once again, how fortunate we truly are.

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Highway 27 over the Morrin Bridge will be reduced to one lane from October 26 -28 as crews complete repairs to the bridge.

Successful bidders will be required to provide a 100% performance bond. Tender Documents and further information may be obtained by appointment by calling 403.823.2121 Attn. Art.  Tender Closes 2:00 pm November 15, 2011.   Drumheller Housing Administration reserves the right to accept a tender that is not the lowest bid or no tender at all. f4c45m(b)


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The search is on for volunteers Michael James | inSide Drumheller

For anyone who has hiked in the badlands that line the Red Deer River, the scenic terrain can become a maze. To help stranded individuals in the badlands and the Drumheller area, Search and Rescue (SAR) Alberta is adding a new team to the badlands of Alberta.

At the moment, there are more than 1240 volunteers in 6 regions and 38 teams operating in Alberta. A meeting to be held in Strathmore will help recruit and train volunteers. The meeting took place in the Global Training Centre on October 15 at 4:00 p.m. In Alberta, search and rescue began in the early 1990s. The purpose of

search and rescue is to find individuals believed to be lost in the wilderness. The organization is entirely operated by dedicated volunteers. Individuals are trained to support police, fire departments, and emergency services, and provide security and first aid functions. The closest teams to the Drumheller area and bad-

SAR Alberta may be adding a team to the Drumheller area to aid in the rescue of lost individuals. Volunteers are needed to help save the lives of those in distress. photo courtesy of saralberta.ca

lands are based in Calgary and Red Deer. “Every search is an emergency,” said Scott Campbell, who is spearheading efforts to form a search and rescue team in the badlands. “If there is a group with an hour response time, as opposed to two or more, then we can get things going faster and find the lost individual.” Incidents last year help emphasis the need for a team in the area. “River rafters got lost on the river,” said Campbell. “Helicopters and boat rescue were called and they were

found. “And then more river rafters were lost shortly after.” Campbell went on. “There’s a lot of stuff going on, and the vast majority of the time there is a great conclusion.” A badlands search and rescue team may also be involved in search and recovery, which entails searching for human remains and assisting the RCMP with evidence gathering. If you are interested in helping out with search and rescue in the area you are encouraged to email badlandsar@gmail.com.

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Then and now, Andrew Neuman when he graduated from high school in 1974 (left) has come a long way, and is being honoured by his former school by being inducted into the Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School Hall of Fame. photos submitted

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What Can I Do at The Badlands Community Facility?

I. What Can I Do at The Badlands Community Facility?

The Badlands Community Facility is a 54,000 square foot community recreation/entertainment/education facility that is scheduled to open early 2012 and will be open 7 days a week to meet a wide range of community needs. The facility is family, community, sports and culture oriented and accessible to a variety of people of all ages and abilities. In this unique facility you will have the ability to live actively, your way, everyday! The Badlands Community Facility will operate from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and offers a variety of activities in a fitness and wellness centre, a fitness studio, an indoor running track, a community library, a child play area, a Cultural Centre including an art gallery and art studios to display our regional history, a Field house which will include a full size indoor soccer/ lacrosse facility, a community facility/ banquet hall with a fully equipped servery, as well as a main floor food service facility. II. Request for Proposals

II. Request for Proposals

The Town of Drumheller is soliciting proposals for leasing a food service facility in the Badlands Community Facility: Main Floor Concession Area: Approximately 300 sq. ft. located at the main floor concourse. Time Schedule III.III. Time Schedule

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In a year that the Royal Tyrrell Museum has been nominated for provincial and national awards, its executive director is being honoured at his high school. Andrew Neuman, who has been director of the Royal Tyrrell Museum for the last four years, will be inducted into the Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School Hall of Fame. The ceremony is this Friday at the Red Deer Memorial Centre. “It is a big honour, it’s a big school and they cranked a lot of students through there,” said Neuman. This year he will be inducted alongside Keith Pedersen, a music professor at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego. Neuman grew up on a farm near Red Deer and graduated from Lindsay Thurber in 1974. He went on to graduate from Red Deer College and the University of Alberta in 1979. Neuman then continued on to earn his Masters in ver-

tebrae palaeontology from the University of Alberta in 1986, and joined the Royal Tyrrell Museum shortly thereafter. He was collections manager and curator of fossil fishes until 1998, and then became assistant director and head of collections and preservation. He succeeded Bruce Naylor as director in 2007. Neuman will be among an esteemed collection of individuals who have excelled in their fields, locally and abroad. Some of the inductees include former Governor General Roland Michener, world renowned architect Douglas Cardinal, NHL great Brian Sutter, Vice Chief of the Defense Staff Lieutenant-General George MacDonald, author of Why I Hate Canadians and winner of the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour Will Ferguson. “Some of the names on there I thought were quite impressive,” said Neuman. The Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School Hall of Fame has existed since 1992.


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are you? WHO

Show podcast. What are some of your favourite games? Dwarf Fortress, Mass Effect 2, and Shadow of the Colossus. What are some of the

Who are you? is a weekly feature that profiles various young, professional Drumhellerites.

Know someone who we should get to know better? Please give us a call at 403-823-2580, fax at 403-823-3864 or email whoareyou@insidedrumheller.com

"The Reel Alternative" presents:

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movies that have terrified you the most? Pan’s Labyrinth. Any ideas for a Halloween costume? Renaissance plague doctor.

What are your favourite Halloween treats? Not raisins. Words of wisdom? Smile, tomorrow will be worse.

Christmas Farmers’ Market at Greentree Mall

Fri., Nov. 25 4:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Sat., Nov. 26 10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Call Yari to book your table today! 403-823-5546

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Monthly Photo Contest October Theme: Inspiration

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I’m a big believer in capitalism. I said it, and who could argue against it, when you look around? I mean it, look around. The car you drive, the cell phone you use (not while driving), the clothes you’re wearing, your entertainment center, the hot air from your furnace, the bread you eat. These and so many more that we take for granted, are all products of capitalism. You cannot argue against its efficacy at creating wealth. You may rail against those who have become extremely wealthy through it, and even loath those who have become greedy, hoarding their wealth, but you cannot argue against a system that produces such wealth, when the opposite system, socialism, produces such poverty. I am not speaking strictly in terms of money, but of material wealth, and wealth of spirit. Capitalism frees, socialism stifles. Within a socialistic society, a portion of your wealth is taken to pay the other fellows wages. Unfortunately, in a socialist society (yes, even our own), more, and more, the other fellow 42m whose wages we are paying, is a government employee.

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and when would you like to visit?: 2015, Back to the Future makes it look awesome. If you were stranded on a deserted island, what three things would you bring? Three grizzly bears that are angry at me to make it more of a challenge. If you could hang out with anyone, who would it be and what would you do? Douglas Adams. I’d make him talk to me. If you were making a movie about your life, who would you want to play the part of you? Sean Connery. What’s on your playlist these days? Ricky Gervais

Mark this on your Calendars!

Age: 26. Employer: Chamber of Commerce. Job title: Gallery Experience Officer. What three words would you use to describe yourself? Tall, taller, tallest. How long have you been living in Drumheller? 4 1/2 years. What do you like most about the valley? Winter, because it’s coming. Anything you would change? Vertical stripes on valley cliffs to make it look slimmer. What are some of your top travel destinations? Costa Rica, and Mars. If you could travel through time, where

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inSideHappenings DAYTIME EVENTS Matinees Saturday, October 22 & Sunday, October 23, Spy Kids 4, 2:00 p.m., Next attraction: starts Friday, October 28, Puss ‘n Boots. Closed Mondays. Saturday, October 22, Drumheller: Family Day at Dinosaur Downs 10 am - 4 pm. Public Market. Face Painting 12 noon - 3 pm. Pumpkin carving, treats for costumes. Sunday, October 23, East Coulee: Little Boo, Haunted Atlas Coal Mine, 2 - 4 pm. $5. www.atlascoalmine.ab.ca 403-822-2220. Saturday, October 29, Drumheller: Strawberry Tea, 2:00 p.m. at Sunshine Lodge. $5 admission Sunday, October 30, Hand Hills: Annual Turkey Supper. 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. Mark your calendars! Sunday, October 30, East Coulee: Little Boo, Haunted Atlas Coal Mine, 2 - 4 pm. $5. www.atlascoalmine.ab.ca 403-822-2220. Wednesday, November 2, Drumheller: Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast, 7:30 - 9:30 a.m., Dinosaur Trail Golf Course. Call 403-823-2001 ext. 221 for ticket information. Friday, November 25 & Saturday, November 26, Drumheller: Christmas Farmers’ Market at Greentree Mall. Friday 4:00 - 8:30 p.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Call to book your table 403-823-5546. Wednesday Afternoon: KidsClub After School Program. 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Drumheller Church of the Nazarene. 627 6 Street East 403-823-7020 for information.

DRUMHELLER AREA NIGHTLIFE Playing at The Napier Theatre... Friday, October 21 - Thursday, October 27, The Help, 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 21, Drumheller: Charity Concert. Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle. 7:00 p.m. Jacob Moon in concert. For tickets call 403-823-8207. Saturday, October 22, Drumheller: Jam with Dew Carver. One night only. 6 p.m. to ???? at The Old Grouch’s. For advance tickets call 403-823-5755. Saturday, October 22, Drumheller: Karaoke at Vintage Pub & Grill, 9:30 p.m. Saturday, October 22, Drumheller: Jam’n with Dew (Carver). Starts at 6 pm. at The Old Grouch’s. Call 403-823-5755 for tickets. Saturday, October 22, East Coulee: Big Boo, Haunted Atlas Coal Mine, 7 - 9 pm. $10. www.atlascoalmine.ab.ca 403-822-2220. Tuesday, October 25, Drumheller: Ladies Night Out Harvest Festival. Potluck at 6:00 p.m. Recipe exchange, Dressing in costumes from different decades. Thursday, October 27, Munson: Harvest Turkey Supper, Munson Community Hall. 5-7 p.m. Saturday, October 29, East Coulee: Big Boo, Haunted Atlas Coal Mine, 7 - 9 pm. $10. www.atlascoalmine.ab.ca 403-822-2220. Saturday, October 29, Drumheller: Hell on Halloween at Vintage Pub & Grill in 9 p.m. DJ Joel Fabrick, dance floor. Get your costumes ready. Sunday, October 30, Hand Hills: Annual Turkey Supper. 3:00 - 7:00 p.m. Mark your calendars! Monday, October 31, Drumheller: Happy Halloween! 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. in downtown Drumheller! November 4 - December 23, Rosebud: Rosebud Theatre presents The Gifts of the Magi. Call for tickets or information 1-800-267-7553. Friday, November 4, Rockyford: St. Rita’s Parish Turkey Dinner & Bazaar. 5:00 7:30 p.m., Rockyford Community Centre. Monday evenings, Nacmine: Community Bingo at Nacmine Hall. Doors open 6 p.m. Bingo starts at 7:30 p.m. Thursday evenings, Drumheller: Ballroom Night, carol todor dance school, 7:30 pm. Friday evenings, Drumheller: Karaoke by Rising Star, 9:30 p.m. at Dino’s Pub. Drink specials and bar food available.

The CBL Board of Directors is pleased to announce Bob Davis has been appointed to the position of executive director of Canadian Badlands Ltd. (CBL). Davis joins CBL from the Rosebud Centre of the Arts, one of the signature experiences within the Canadian Badlands. “Bob brings a legacy of success at the Rosebud Centre of the Arts and he’s been a supporter for many years for the ongoing development of the Canadian Badlands as an iconic tourism destination,” says Doug Jones, CBL president. “Bob will be a tremendous addition to Canadian Badlands Ltd. as we continue to work to implement the Tourism Development Strategy to benefit our 63 shareholder communities economically, socially and environmentally.” Canadian Badlands Ltd. will be formally introducing Davis as its new executive director on Sunday, October 23 from 3-5 p.m. in the Conservatory Room at the Travel Alberta Industry Conference. “I have been fortunate to

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have worked with an organization and in a community that is an Alberta and Canadian Badlands treasure in the arts, education, hospitality and tourism,” says Davis. “I look forward to bringing my skill and passion to the Canadian Badlands Ltd. There is tremendous potential for expanding and developing new tourism opportunities in the Canadian Badlands region.” Davis was on the Alberta South Tourism Destination Region Board from 2004 – 2010, including the position of Board Chair from 2006 – 2009. In his previous roles, Da-

vis assisted with the design of five-year strategic plans and implementation of key objectives, including marketing plans for Rosebud Theatre, fund development plan, and local and regional partnerships for tourism. He has held a management position for a non-for profit community economic development organization and has been an independent facilitator for community based board training programs. Davis succeeds Cindy Amos and Manuelle Prunier, who were CBL’s previous executive directors from 2007-2010 and 20102011 respectively.

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Who to cheer for?

Allegiances sometimes do change. This year Drumheller hockey players are on the ice far and wide at the Junior A and Major Junior level, and sometimes it puts neighbours on opposite sides of the fence.

In this case, Blair Potter, centre, whose son Jared plays on the Drumheller Dragons, is surrounded by Kayla, left, and Janice Davies. Janice’s son Sean plays for the Olds Grizzlys. submitted

Darby Andrus goes for the kill as The Sabres took on Hanna Last Wednesday. The team is in a tournament in Bassano this weekend. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa

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The St. Anthony’s Sabres senior girls volleyball team is cruising through the season and meeting some success. The team was on the court last Wednesday to take on Hanna at home. On this occasion, the games were close, but

Football championship postponed Titans in exhibition match Saturday Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

The senior Titans were primed to play in the league final this weekend, but alas, they will have to wait. The Titans were set to host Canmore to play for the Big Sky League top prize, but they have rescheduled for next weekend. Football fans can rest easy, there will still be gridiron action on the field on Saturday in Drumheller. The Titans will be hosting the Winston Churchill Bulldogs of Lethbridge in exhibition play. They are strong team and are sitting in third place in the province at the Tier 3 level. “We need to play strong team to get ready for provincials,” said coach Ken Fournier. Game time is 1 p.m.

they fell to the Hawk. However on the season they have split with the Hanna team. They have also found victory over Delia, but were beat out by Morrin. Assistant coach for the team Marie Hirsh said the team is getting better every game and learning. “They are improving,” said Hirsh. The team has a short bench, with only eight players, but the future looks bright for the team. With only three Grade 12 players graduating, and a junior high team with players coming up, competitive volleyball should continue. The team is in Bassano this weekend, and then heading to Vulcan the following weekend.

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Raptors don Dragons colours Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

Drumheller Minor Hockey is set to begin the season this weekend, and it looks like the association has a bright future. While the numbers at some of the upper levels has waned slightly, the incoming crop of newcomers is strong. “This year we have three nov-

ice teams, which is rare because usually we only have two, which is good,” said Minor Hockey president Norm Fournier. “Our tyke numbers are sitting at 24. We have two atom teams, but unfortunately in bantam and midget we are down to one team, which is unfortunate.” He said 14 potential players at the upper level either moved o4 o42cm

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away or declined to play. “It made our numbers tough, which meant we had to release some players from bantam. That was really hard to do,” said Fournier. All the teams and coaches are in place, and the teams are “ready to roll” into the season. The teams will be sporting a new look on the ice. This year the association has adopted the Drumheller Dragons colours. Fournier said equipment manager Lisa Jacques has been instrumental in making the switch. The Dragons and team sponsors are supportive of the move. Sports Room Source for Sports has been busy putting the Raptor logos on the new jerseys. Rod Knelsen of the Dragons said many other communities with junior teams have done the same thing and it promotes pride. Fournier agrees. “Integrating the uniforms is awesome, the kids in Minor

Hockey look up to the Dragons and doing this is huge,” said Fournier. One of the big changes to hockey all over is the new head contact rule. “It is going to be a big learning curve for everyone involved,” said Fournier. “Anything from the neck up is a no go this year and even an accidental knock to the head is a two minute penalty. "It is a good change, but it is going to be a tough growing change. Interpretation by the referees is going to be huge on this rule. Meaning some refs are going to go right to the letter of the law, and some are going to slack off on calling it. It is going to be tough for the coaches to accept what is being called.” “Obviously for the kids’ safety it is definitely imperative that we go this route,” said Fournier. The Sports Room Source for Sports continues to be supportive of the Stopconcussions.com program and is continuing to

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