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inSide STREETERS An Ottawa Supreme Court Judge struck down key provisions in Canada’s prostitution laws earlier this week, inSide Drumheller asks,“What do you think about prostitution being legal?”
Lance Goddard “I think it’s time to get into the biz.”
Get your election information at DrumhellerMail.com Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller
The debate is heating up on DrumhellerMail.com. Election fever is in the air, a time for new ideas, dissenting views, and heated discussion. The Drumheller Mail and inSide Drumheller are striving for the best coverage of the 2010 municipal election, and are giving readers a chance to learn more about Drumheller candidates’ views on various issues. DrumhellerMail.com has posted a special Drumheller 2010 Election page with exclusive web content not found in the newspaper or anywhere
else. We are asking those running for mayor and council in Drumheller some questions to learn more about them and their views. The goal is to spark commentary, present diﬀering opinions, and overall to inform voters on the candidates so they are prepared to vote come election day. Last week, candidates were asked some questions, including: • What are the three main things that you feel the Town of Drumheller can improve upon in the next council term? • A well functioning town council
needs to have mutual respect, diverse ideas, good communication and a cohesive voice. What do you feel you can contribute to achieve this? • Would you support tax incentives to actively draw new business to Drumheller? We are getting some interesting responses and hope voters are getting the information they want and deserve. Keep checking DrumhellerMail. com for more updates, more questions and insight. Simply go to www. drumhellermail.com and click on the Election 2010 banner.
Hi-Way 9 continues expansion submitted | inSide Drumheller
Hi-Way 9 Group of Companies has purchased the assets and business of Westlock Pony Express, opening the Westlock, Barrhead, Mayerthorpe areas to their service network.
Hi-Way 9 has also purchased Drayton Valley Transport, a company with more than 70 years in the LTL business. While Hi-Way 9 previously serviced this area, company oﬃcials say the acquisition will strengthens their posi-
tion and service in the Drayton Valley area. Group president Dean Kohut says the purchases are part of Hi-Way 9’s strategic mission to help strengthen its position in the Alberta marketplace.
John Shoff “It’s going to happen any ways, they might as well have control over where and how it’s done.”
Ty Christensen “Where? Which corner?”
Scout troop cleans up Members of the 1st Drumheller Scouts, including Beavers, Cubs and Scouts were out in force at Newcastle Beach on Saturday participating in the Great Canadian Shoreline Clean-up. The scouts have been
participating in the event for a number of years, and always make a clean sweep of the beach. This year’s event was sponsored by Loblaws. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa
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Chase Donovan “Heck yeah, time to make some money.”
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