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Vol. 4, No. 43 | 12 pages

Downtown | Drumheller 403.823.3686

n i k n o p d p a e s s m s s i on p a Pu Tips for a safe Halloween See page 5

Titans semi-finals Saturday See page 12

Who are you? See page 7

INDEX

inSide Opinions .........Page 2 Who are you? .............Page 7 Entertainment .... Pages 4&5

inSide Sports ...........Page 12

Greentree students Nikolas Bonneau and Daniel Finkbiner, both 8, get gross with their soon-to-be Calgary Flames pumpkin, on Thursday when Mrs. Messom and Mrs. Noy’s Grade 3 classes visited Sunshine Lodge to enjoy some Halloween festivities. Left, Lodge resident Marian Zern guts a pumpkin with the help of Samantha Denton, 7.

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New council appointed to community boards

The ghosts and ghouls will be out terrorizing Drumheller this Sunday, so inSide Drumheller asks, “What ‘spooks’ you?”

Diana Watson “The ghosts out at the Big Boo.” After the new members of Drumheller council were sworn in Monday, members were appointed to various boards in the community. Pictured is: (back) Director of Infrastructure Al Kendrick, Director of Corporate Services Mike Roy, councillors Andrew Berdahl, Doug StanKyle Smylie | inSide Drumheller

Chelsea Bradley “Boys.”

Stephanie Dalton “Back alleys, and the basement here at R&J Flowers.”

At the new council’s meeting on Monday, new and returning councillors and a newly elected mayor were sworn into serve Drumheller for the next three years. Along with new and returning faces filling the director seats of Drumheller, members of council were appointed to fill boards. Councillor Doug Stanford was appointed to the Airport Commission, and will be joined by five public at large. He was also appointed to the Ambulance board. Returning councillors Sharel Shoff and Andrew Berdahl will sit on the Municipal Planning Commission beside five public at large. Sharel Shoff was also appointed to the Palliser Regional Municipal Services board. New mayor Terry Yemen will serve on the Drumheller Chamber of Commerce board, as well as the Police Committee, Crime Stoppers, and Red Deer River Municipal Users Group boards. Jay Garbutt and CAO Ray

Romanetz will serve on the Drumheller and District Solid Waste Management Association’s board. Councillor Tom Zariski and Director of Infrastructure Services Allan Kendrick were appointed to the Valley Bus Society board. The Drumheller Public Library, Communities in Bloom, and Drumheller Agriculture and Stampede boards will see Lisa Hansen-Zacharuk serving on all three boards. Returning councillor Andrew Berdahl will sit on the Community Futures board. Zariski was appointed to both the RCMP Community Advisory Committee and Drumheller and District Seniors Foundation boards. Garbutt will sit among four public at large on the Drumheller Housing Administration board. Both Zariski and Garbutt will serve on the Sub-division and Development Appeal boards. Stanford, Zariski, and Berdahl will take seat on the Disaster Service Committee. Stanford and Garbutt will also serve on the Community Standards Appeal

ford, Jay Garbutt, and Tom Zariski, CAO Ray Romanetz, Director of Community Services Paul Salvatore; (front) councillor Lisa HansenZacharuk, Mayor Terry Yemen, and councillor Sharel Shoff. mailphoto by Kyle Smylie

Committee, amongst three members of the public. Shoff, Stanford, and Hansen-Zacharuk will serve on the Assessment Review Board with two members of the public. Yemen and Shoff were appointed to the Economic Development Task Force. The Kneehill Regional Water Services Steering Committee will see Yemen and Garbutt serving. Yemen and Berdahl were also appointed to the Revitalization Corporation board on Monday.

Member of the public Shawn Francis was appointed to the Muncipal Planning Commission. Jerry Brett, Karen Ann Bertamini, and Don Guidolin were appointed to the Sub-division and Development Appeal Board. Appointments were made to the Badlands Community Facility Fundraising Cabinet – Jeff Hall, Elson McDougald, Koren McDougald, Shallyn Schinnour, Bob Sheddy, and Patsy Stokalko were appointed.

Convicted sex offender faces new charges Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller

A Three Hills man is facing charges of sexual assault. A complaint from a 16-year-old female was made to the Three Hills RCMP on Wednesday, October 20. The complaint stems from an alleged incident near the beginning of September where the accused was visiting the victim’s home in Carbon.

Police have charged 32-year-old Curtis Long with sexual assault. Long has been arrested, and is being held in custody pending a court appearance on Wednesday, November 3, where he is scheduled to appear on other matters. According to a release, police are still investigating this incident and are trying to determine if there are other possible victims, and if so, they are asking them to come forward.

Jolene Powell “Getting married again.”

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Grade 2s present over $5,000 to Fox run Owen Eskeland, left, and Mackenzie Cassidy, right, presented the Drumheller Terry Fox run organizer Sharel Shoff with $5,893 from funds raised to

support the run by the Grade 2s at Greentree School on Tuesday. Eskeland raised $1,460, while Cassidy raised over $300.

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Law Library, little known service in valley submitted | inSide Drumheller

The Town of Drumheller is home to several libraries: the Drumheller Public Library, three school libraries, and a number of special libraries catering to the needs of specific professions. Alberta Law Libraries is one of these special libraries, serving members of the legal profession as well as the public. The library is located on the main floor of the Court House in Drumheller and is open Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00, 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Long used by members of the legal profession, Alberta Law Libraries are in many cases unknown to members of the public. Many of the services Alberta Law Libraries provide, such as helping people find legislation, understand citations or search for case law, are offered free of charge. “We aim to empower people to do their own research. This approach helps make the justice system more accessible to all Albertans,” says Ingrid Thornton, Library Coordinator at the Drumheller location of Alberta Law Libraries. In addition to providing access to a print collection that goes beyond anything found in public libraries or on the web, the libraries also provide access to a variety of electronic resources including online subscription databases which may be searched at no cost in the library. As an aid to research, the libraries have developed a

series of research guides on a range of legal topics. Those unable to visit their local library during regularly scheduled hours can contact the Calgary location Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. via phone (toll free) at 1-866-448-6148 or through an online Ask a Question service: http://www.lawlibrary.ab.ca/contact/ask_a_ question.php Alberta Law Libraries aren’t staffed by lawyers, which reduces the intimidation people often feel coming in to a law library. But it also means self-represented

litigants can’t turn to ALL for legal advice, cautions Thornton. “If you want to read the text of a law, we’ll show you the book, if you want to read commentary on a specific legal topic, we’ll help you find it; if you want to look up cases on a specific point of law, we’ll help you find that too, but we can’t interpret the law for you or tell you how to use it in court.” Alberta Law Libraries have a mandate to help make justice more accessible to Albertans. Your questions are welcome. Visit your local Law Library today.

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Spaghetti Eating Contest set for November 3 Kyle Smylie | inSide Drumheller What better way to display the importance of having food, sometimes taken for granted, than to stuff your face full of BP’s spaghetti at their fourth annual Spaghetti Eating Contest next week. Boston Pizza in Drumheller

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is inviting all hefty appetites to help raise funds for the Salvation Army Food Bank on Wednesday, November 3 by taking pledges to win the competition. Last year’s event raised $4,774, shattering the previous year’s mark by over $2,000. “We started with the Salvation Army because they support so many different initiatives for local families,” says Stacey Stewart, Assistant General Manager at the Drumheller restaurant. “The money stays local and is put back into the town, that’s the biggest thing.” “We’re thankful for BP’s for putting on the event,” says Rachel Sheils, Lieutenant at the Drumheller Salvation Army. “It’s a very fun and funny event.” Spaghetti connoisseurs are encouraged to register at Boston Pizza prior to the event, which will take place on Wednesday, November 3 at 6 p.m. Registration starts at 5 p.m.

event is in support of the Salvation Army in Drumheller, with all proceeds staying in town. Last year’s contest raised over $4,000.

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Boston Pizza’s fourth annual Spaghetti Eating Contest will be held November 3 at 6 p.m. Hungry contestants are encouraged to pre-register at BP’s. The

The Salvation Army launched its pilot project Adopt-A-Senior on Thursday, October 21, with a volunteer orientation and training workshop.

There was a great turn out from interested people. This program came about after researching needs in the community. There are many lonely seniors in the town who would benefit greatly from a regular visit. Sherry Berry, Community

Ministries worker for the Salvation Army, stated, “We are working closely with the hospital, lodge and town to identify seniors who are most in need. We are seeking more volunteers to help visit.” Visitors must go through an

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orientation and screening process to be eligible to volunteer. The Salvation Army will be hosting another workshop on Monday, November 8 at 1:00 p.m. Those interested are encouraged to contact Sherry Berry at 403-823-2215.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 7 pm Leagues: All leagues will have prizes awarded at end of season!!! Wednesday Afternoons – Open $140.00 Wednesday Evening – Men’s $180.00 Thursday Evening – Mixed $180.00 Junior Rate - $25.00 Family Rate - $475.00 Spare Rate - $10.00

Trunk Show Thursday November 4, 2010

Ice Rentals- Full Day-$200.00+GST ‡ Half Day - $150.00+GST Members work bee scheduled for Oct. 30 at 1- 3 pm

NEW! Tuesday Evening – Ladies Curling drop-in November 16, 2010 7 pm NFP

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Saturday, November 20, 2010 One day only! All sizes of the Hottest Fall and Holiday styles as well as a sneak peak at Spring 2011.

Stampede Barn Doors open 5:00 pm

Tickets ‡ Drumheller Public Library • Riverside Value Drug Mart • Drumheller & District Chamber of Commerce

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Halloween tips from RCMP submitted | inSide Drumheller

RCMP would like to remind motorists to use extra caution when traveling around the town with the large number of pedestrians expected to be out on Halloween. RCMP offer the following safety tips to ensure everyone enjoys a safe Halloween. • Do not go trick-ortreating alone. Let your parents or responsible person know where you will be and for how long; • Wear a bright-coloured costume with reflective tape, and carry a flashlight. Drivers might not be able to see you in the dark; • Do not go to houses that have their lights out; • Do not go inside the house or car of anyone you don’t know; • Wear make-up instead of a mask. You will be able to see better if you are wearing make-up; • Use the sidewalk. Do not run across lawns or gardens; • Cross the street in a crosswalk or at a well-lit corner. Look both ways before crossing the road; • Do not eat any of your treats before you get home. Have your parents check all the candy so that they can throw away anything that is not wrapped in a sealed wrapper; • Never eat any fresh fruit or home-made treats unless you know where

HAPPY HALLOWEEN

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RCMP have issued tips for safer trick-or-treating habits for Halloween on Sunday night.

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they came from; • Wear good shoes, such as runners, so you won’t trip. Be very careful if you wear high heels or have a long costume; • Always stay in your own neighbourhood and know where there is a safe house that you can go to if you need help; • Start trick-or-treating early and finish early; • Never go into alleys, parking lots, wooded areas, or vacant lots;

• Don’t go near any animals you do not know; • Stay away from anyone playing with firecrackers; • Don’t pick up any fireworks. Don’t hold them or try to light them. Stay away from anyone using fireworks unsafely; • For adults attending nightclubs and other licenced premises, a reminder that you still need to be identifiable, whether wearing a mask or makeup.

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• Dollarama • Yavis Restaurant Family • Century 21/Power Realty • Reality Bytes • Wade’s Jewellery • Curves • Drumheller Centre of Natural Healing • Jurassic Ink • Ateliera Vereda • Badlands Gallery • Fine Photography • Five Blue Heron • Drumheller Legion • Pets, Parrots n’ Things • Riverside Value Drug Mart • Drumheller Public Library • Reptile World • S&S News • Bit’s and Pieces Keepsake Quilting • Bill Cross Men’s Shop • A&R Asian Food • Jurassic Laser Tag & Arcade • Cut Loose Hair & Body • Diana Restaurant • EconoLodge/candy handed out by Sandstone Lanes • Shopper’s Drug Mart • Vintage Pub and Grill • Gus’s Corner Restaurant • Cafe Italiano • Pizza 2/49 • Over the Rainbow • Sports Room • Re/Max

BIG BOO • October 23 and 30 • 7 - 9 pm • $7

BRING A FLASHLIGHT. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR SOULS UNDER 9 YEARS OLD.

LITTLE BOO • October 24 and 30 • 2-4 pm • $5 FOR GENTLE SOULS, AND FOR YOUNGER CHILDREN.

Little and Big Boo are outdoor events. Wear sturdy shoes and dress for chills!

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Re/Max Pumpkin Carving Contest Bring entries to Re/Max 3:00 - 3:30 p.m. Judging at 3:45 p.m. Age categories: Under 6 • 10-15 • 16-99. Take all pumpkins home at 6 p.m.

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Youth sentenced for Extra Foods fire A youth who took responsi-

bility for a fire at Extra Foods, that damaged the store, has been sentenced to a 15-month

Drumheller firefighters responded to a fire at Extra Foods on June 24. A Drumheller youth pleaded

probation order. The youth, who cannot be identified under the Youth

guilty to setting the blaze in provincial court in Drumheller. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa

Red roses bring awareness submitted | inSide Drumheller

BCAVA is appreciative of its partners Home Town Realty, R&J Flowers, Drumheller Institution, Town of Drumheller and all community members in advance for their support in raising awareness of family violence issues. The Red Rose Campaign covers Drumheller and the outlying communities of Morrin, Munson, Delia, East Coulee, Rosedale and Wayne. Over two hundred red roses will be delivered to businesses during the afternoon of November 1.

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Take note, lane closure on Gordon Taylor Bridge. ATCO Electric advises residents of Drumheller of traffic delays due to a single lane closure on Gordon Taylor Bridge as of Monday, November 1. Work is expected to last ten days. The lane closure is necessary to allow ATCO Electric to install new equipment under the bridge. Please call our customer assistance centre at 1-800-668-2248 with questions or concerns. Thanks for you patience.

15 months probation. He is to complete 40 hours of community service, which must be completed one month prior to the completion of his probation. He is also to abide by a curfew and cannot be in possession of any materials that could be used to start a fire.

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An inmate at the Drumheller Institution has been sentenced to 12 more months in prison after corrections officers found hash following a search. Robert McMillan appeared in provincial court in Drumheller on Friday, October 22. He pleaded guilty to simple possession of cannabis resin. The court heard how on August 25 McMillan was a serving inmate at the Drumheller Institution. When corrections officers were searching his cell, and person, they found in his underwear a 35-millimetre film canister containing cannabis resin. The canister and its contents weighed 28.6 grams. McMillan admitted to the offense and Judge McIlhargey sentenced him to 12 months consecutive to any sentence he is currently serving.

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The Big Country Anti Violence Association’s (BCAVA) Annual Red Rose Campaign is this Monday, November 1. The group has been active in the area for over 10 years. It is the goal of the committee to educate, to advocate for, and promote the reduction of violence in our community. One of the consistent initiatives of the committee has been the Red Rose Campaign, which

is held each November during Prevention of Family Violence Month. A red rose is delivered by committee members and with the assistance of Grace House residents to businesses and churches throughout Drumheller. The red rose is in memory of women, children and men in Alberta who have died as victims of domestic violence. There is no associated cost for this rose. All that is asked is that the business and church community show their support by displaying it in a prominent location.

Criminal Justice Act, was 12 at the time of the incident. He was in court on Friday, October 22 and pleaded guilty to theft under $5,000 and arson. Around 5 p.m. on June 24, the young person was at Extra Foods in Drumheller with two other young people when in what was described in court as an impulsive act, he stole a lighter and lit a rack of clothing on fire. Damages to the store were said to be in the range of $74,000. The court heard that the incident, described as a prank which got out of control, was out of character for the youth. The young person was brought by his father to the Drumheller RCMP detachment the next day, and took responsibility. Judge McIlhargey sentenced the young person to

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Clayton Bickford is pleased to announce the opening of his new business,

Bickford Heating & Air Conditioning Clayton has lived in Drumheller for 35 years, and worked at Samuel Plumbing & Heating for 33 of those years, plus 2 years at the Corcan Metal Shop at the Drumheller Institution. We look forward to the opportunity of serving Drumheller and surrounding areas.

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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

Kellie Smith

Age: 44. Employer: Kel’s Korners Framing. Job Title: Owner/operator. How long have you lived in Drumheler? Eight years. What do you like most? The people and scenery. What would you change? People’s attitudes and those who don’t appreciate the beauty. Hobbies and interests? Watching my kid’s sports teams. Favourite food? Cheese pizza. Favourite colour? Purple. Coke or Pepsi? Diet Coke. What’s playing on your

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Our October meeting of book club discussed the book The School Lori Stefanishion Of Essential Ingredients, along with sampling the foods served inSide Drumheller from our hostess’s own essential ingredients. One proved to be as Book Columnist enjoyable as the other! I was given this book by someone who knew me too well. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is remotely interested in either cooking or eating. As I delved further into the book, savoring each page, I started to worry, and know, that it would eventually end. Then it hit me! I just knew that the moment I finished this story I would simply turn back to the first page, and start all over again, flipping through to all my favourite parts. This time, I would take a highlighter and save all those passages that were so mouth-wateringly descriptive! The storyline is about a woman who teaches cooking classes at her restaurant one night per month. The people who gather to learn to cook are also seeking recipes for something beyond the kitchen - something more personal. Their lives begin to unfold and intertwine as the story continues. Each chapter combines a meal they are learning to prepare along with the actual story of a character. As they learn to appreciate the ingredients, the flavours, the preparations, even the aromas . . . they are also learning about themselves. The intense descriptions were one of my favourite characteristics of this author’s writing. I had already planned to try cooking a live crab just the way they did at the cooking school the minute I turned the page! Here is a quote from a passage to give an idea of Erica Bauermeister’s witty and descriptive writing style: “Their cream sauces filled with small, disconcerting pockets of flour, like bills in your mail box when you had hoped for a love letter.” This is a nice, light read . . . one to truly savor, although I don’t recommend reading it on an empty stomach!

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Morgan Jayne Project looks to bring Christmas to Roatan, needs Drumheller’s support Kyle Smylie | inSide Drumheller

The deadline for donating presents to children in Roatan, Honduras through the Morgan Jayne Project is this Monday morning, NOvember 1, at the latest. With 98 kids on the list to receive gifts this year, the project is always accepting cheque and cash donations,

with 100 per cent going to provide for HIV positive babies and children. The project is hoping to deliver to 138, if more toys come through. As of Thursday, 50 toys had been donated, with cash donations possibly covering 20 more. “Last year, we had over 400 kids on the list to re-

ceive Christmas presents,” says Morgan Jayne Project leader Fred Makowecki. “We knocked the list down, thinking the times are tough on everybody. “We can do as many kids as there is heart in Drumheller to do,” says Makowecki. Makowecki is expecting packages of toys will be on the plane by Thursday, but

they always accept money donations. Donations and toy dropoffs can be given to Makowecki at Image Crafter Signs in Drumheller, or by visiting www.themorganjayneproject.com “We are expecting that many kids are going to be left out, some will be looking in from outside the gates while the 98 get presents.” For just one day, kids on the island who have experienced three hurricanes this year, can be as happy as any other kid on the planet is on Christmas, Makowecki says. “They’re not the ones who are sick, not the ones who are dying, we give them one day to be a kid,” Makowecki says. To date, the project has saved more than 500 babies born HIV positive in Roatan, a small island off the coast

of Honduras. The majority of support behind that success has come from people in Drumheller. “It’s like painting a fence that’s never finished,” says Makowecki, “it just keeps going on, and on, and on.” Every single cent put into the project goes straight to Roatan. Not a dollar has been spent on anything but. “Nothing gets skimmed off the top for anything, we’re really proud of where we’re at with nothing being spent other than on the kids.”

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Spooky day at Stay and Play On Wednesday morning the Play and Stay group held its annual Halloween program. The Civic Centre was filled with pint-sized princesses and Jedis alike, and parents chasing after them. The day included Halloween-themed snacks, crafts and

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activities. Stay and Play is a free drop-in program for caregivers and children from 0-6. It meets each week on Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. See www.goldenprairieplc.ca for more information. inSide photo By Patrick Kolafa

It’s all over. Did you get the mayor and council you wanted, or did you get the one you deserve? If you took the time to inform yourself; if you made conscious decisions based on your information; if you urged others to do the same; and if you voted based on your decisions, then you will have done your duty as a citizen. If you did none of these, you are doomed to more of that about which you are presently griping. You will have gotten what you deserve. That is how democracy works - it’s in your hands. The very word itself, comes from the Greek “demokratia” which breaks down to “demos” the people, and “kratia”, to rule. The people rule! I think we sometimes forget who’s in charge, and we allow those we elect to run roughshod. I realize that the foregoing is too late for the municipal election, but soon enough there will be other elections, provincial or federal. It is then that you must exercise due diligence, inform yourself as to who will best work for you, because remember, the person you elect is no more than a glorified hire, your employee. You will be paying him a full day's wages (and then some), you should expect nothing less than a full day's work. Portugal, rather than Canada, sitting on the U.N. Security Council? Who makes these decisions, and on what do they base them? Do I dare say that it could raise enough to finance a lemonade stand, never mind a battalion of “peacekeeping” troops. It matters little who is responsible for Canada not getting the seat, what matters is the strength and credibility of the Security Council. The credibility of the U.N. as a peacekeeper is rather suspect. The addition of Portugal does nothing to relieve that suspicion.

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I must relate a funny thing that happened earlier this week. (No not the election - that was fun, not funny). A friend of mine who works out of town dropped by the other night after getting off work, to ask me for a favour. Well, what are friends for if not do favours once in a while? I was handed a power bill and the appropriate amount of cash to cover it, and asked if I would take it to the bank in the morning. It was a good as done. That was the easy part. Next day I get a call from my friend saying that the power had been cut off. I said that I will make a call and see if I can’t rectify the matter. Easier said than done. I phoned the power company (which, by the way, seems to employ nothing but Asian immigrants to answer customer calls, some of whose command of the English language is not quite sufficient). As usual I got the menu, press 1 for this, press 2 for that, etc. I pressed the one I wanted, only to get the next menu. I again picked what I wanted and finally got a live voice. “Thank you for calling, my name is Lola, how may I help you?” “Well Lola, you may help me by giving me the status of an account.” “Okay.” “What is the account number please?” I give the number, and then she asks my name, which I also give. “I’m sorry, but I cannot give you that information.” “You can’t, why not?” “Because your name is not listed on the account”. I explained that I was calling for a friend, and that I merely wanted to know if any payment had been received. “I’m sorry, I can’t release that information.” I pleaded again, but no go. Then it came, the funny part. When I asked why I couldn’t get the required information, I was told it was due to customer confidentiality, no information could be released over the phone, but if I wanted to go to the company’s website, I could access any information, I might need. So much for customer confidentiality, nothing but pretense.


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Cuts for Cancer kicks off While the annual Cuts for Cancer is not until February, organizers have already started the buzz with a kick-off barbecue on Saturday, October 23. There were burgers, smokies and lots of fun as numerous community boosters from the business and private sectors lent their support to the annual event in benefit of the Drumheller Area Health Foundation. Brothers Garrison, left, and Aaron Krabsen, right, lent their musical talents to the cause joining (l-r) Tamara Mirbach, Angie Sich, Cathy Morse and Jayne Buys. The barbecue raised just over $1,000 and sets this year’s event on track to meeting its goal of $30,000. inSide photo by Patrick Kolafa

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Town ready to start pipe inspections Delay in camera arriving Patrick Kolafa | inSide Drumheller The Town of Drumheller is hoping to have a clearer understanding of the murky water that residents experienced this summer. Al Kendrick, director of Infrastructure Services said they have engaged a company to send cameras in some of the lines in Drumheller to access the situation underground. They hope to have definitive answers next month. “They have been engaged, it is just matter of when they are going to show up,” said Kendrick. He is expecting them towards the end of November. This past summer residents experienced sporadic issues with water clarity. While there have been issues with clarity throughout, water has been monitored and deemed safe. Since then, the Town of Drumheller has taken action to solve the issues. Near the beginning of September, they completed a flushing program of the main line from the Water Treatment Plant to the Highway 9/Highway 56 intersection, and through September, they have run a unidirectional flushing program. Throughout this, they have stepped up water monitoring. The next step to the process is the visual inspection of lines via camera and other techniques to assess the interior of the pipes and pinpoint problems. Kendrick said the town has been preparing for the arrival of the camera. “We’ve done some pretesting in regards to launching the camera at one of the air releases along the pipeline. We have done some prep work, we’re pretty much ready for them,” said Kendrick. One of the delays according to Kendrick is the company the town contracted has since been bought by Pure Technologies of Calgary. “We are hoping to be going by the middle of November,” he said. While water quality has been stabilized, he said they want to deal with the whole problem. There is no estimate for the cost of the project, but it falls under their existing operating budget. They don’t want to limit the scope of the procedure. “It depends on how far we go,” said Kendrick. “When we have them here we want to do as much as we can with the dollars we have.” If the procedure exceeds the budget, he indicates they could go to council to secure the necessary funding. The bottom line is they want to pinpoint the issues conclusively. “We want to continue until hopefully we have one, two or three of the issues out of the way in regard to the brown water. We want to know if it is mechanical failure along the line, if it is build up of precipitates or chemical reactions,” he said. “Until we are 100 per cent certain, we don’t want to be out there saying it is one thing or another…rather than being half right or half wrong we’d sooner do a little bit more investigation, a fairly extensive investigation, and once we have that done we can put a plan together.” “We all want it fixed, I drink water just like anyone else. Our operators all take quite a bit of pride in the work they do.” Some of the long-term plans for the system include developing a physical pipe-cleaning program to supplement flushing, and continue with the existing cast iron replacement program.

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1. Scallywag 6. Part of actomyosin 11. Dr. Ross on "ER" 14. Shaft horsepower (abbr.) 15. Nerd 16. Mama 18. Nonreligious person 21. Talk (Olde English) 23. 19th C. couples dance 25. Carried out systematically 26. Heroic tales 28. Fawning in attitude or behavior 29. Ardent followers 31. Personal computer 33. Household god (Roman) 34. M.D. designation 35. Exterior faces of an object 38. More leprose 40. Orchis mascula 44. Pallidly 45. Mama partners 47. Organisms of the same ancestor 48. Removed a fish skeleton 50. Direct toward a target 51. Famous chair designer 56. Old world, new 57. Did the job 62. Move sideways 63. Incontrovertible truths

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1. Reddish browns 2. 38th state (abbr.) 3. Atomic # 18 4. Million gallons per day (abbr.) 5. Long bench with back 6. Brew 7. Stocky short-legged harness horse 8. Toward 9. Not out 10. Greek goddess of vengeance 11. Albanian dialect 12. Atomic # 58 13. A bumpkin 14. 40th state (abbr.) 17. Person born in Media 19. Patti Hearst's captors

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!

20. Clothe 21. Small torn piece 22. Lays pavement 24. Hip living quarters 25. A kept animal 27. Scad genus 28. Skin lesions 30. Holiday (informal) 31. Whined 32. Co-founder of The Cleveland Clinic 35. Highly seasoned dried sausages 36. Slightly insane 37. Not happy 38. Prevents harm to creatures 39. Civil and religious muslim leader

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41. Scientific workplace 42. Yeddo 43. Flat sections of a door 46. Sew up the eyelids of hawks and falcons 49. White House city 51. Snakelike fish 52. Sweet fruit juice beverage 53. Metric ton 54. Extremely high frequency 55. A very large body of water 58. Chinese distance measure 59. Initials of "Titanic" star 60. Prior to AD 61. Exclamation "I've got __!"

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CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Your advice is needed, Cancer, but you won't be around to deliver it to those who can most benefit from some wise words. A business trip takes you away unexpectedly. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you can't seem to focus and it's probably because you have too many projects on your plate. It's time to cut down on your commitments.

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GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, family drama leaves you feeling a bit weary, but you will pull through in a few days. Once tempers have calmed, everyone will see they've been acting irrationally.

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VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, there's tension brewing at home and arguing will only add to the negative energy. You have to be the one to remain calm and work through the relationship. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, avoid confrontation at work because it only spells trouble. Keep mum and stick to your work for the next week. Things will quiet down afterward. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Sometimes you simply have to put yourself before others, Scorpio. While you may want to do the right thing, sacrificing your own happiness is not an option.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, there is a lot going on in your life but fortunately you have a good attitude about everything you need to accomplish. Share those good spirits. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, now that you have more responsibility you have a different outlook on life. It has also improved your relationship with others. Enjoy the good feelings. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Yelling about something beyond your control won't solve anything, Aquarius. It's better if you just find a reasonable solution to the problem and remain calm. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, when a romantic situation is presented, jump on it. You don't know when you'll have another minute for alone time.

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Bantam Titans semi-final this Saturday Kyle Smylie | inSide Drumheller

It’s do or die for the bantam Titans as they face their first play-off game against Wetaskawin this Saturday at home. “It’ll be a good game,” says coach Andrew Berdahl. “Our team is ready to play.” The team has improved much over the last two years

Berdahl says, and now comes the biggest game of their season. If the bantam team pulls a win against Wetaskawin at 11:00 a.m. this Saturday in Drumheller, the team will move onto the league finals. If they do, they would be guaranteed a spot in the provincial play-offs. “Essentially, we’ll be going through the rule books before the game,” says Berdahl. “It’s the big-

gest game of the year, it’ll decide if we had success or failure. “We need to play our best.” If the weather warms up, Drumheller will have their final chance to catch some competive, local football action. The senior squad will take to the field against Canmore at 1:30 p.m., following the bantam game. “Come out and see some good football,” says Berdahl.

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Senior Titans finish regular season The Drumheller senior Titans finished the regular season last weekend in Innisfail. For some of the players who are graduating this was their last game playing in the Big Sky Conference regular season. These graduating players took a moment out to be

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