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Medicine Hat News (Newspaper) - September 5, 2015, Medicine Hat, AlbertaA3 City Bruce Penton asst. Managing editor Brenton Medicine agnews. Com 403.528.5692 saturday september 5, 2015 the Medicine hat news c Cov Everss cd co get the thrill of a new truck by accessorizing your current vehicle revamp your ride 969 17th St. So Medicine hat a 403 526 7717 also open saturdays Cap it. Com the truck accessory experts 41231439 09/ 03/ 15 photo radar f or s saturdays september 5. Vista drive playground. Central Park playground. Kiwanis Park playground second Street be playground. Parkview drive p olice will have photo radar set up at various locations in the City. Waste removal t Here is no garbage pickup on the weekend Jackpot f riday s p ick 3. 159 f riday s l Otto m a numbers were. .7, 8, 15, 19, 36, 37 and 41 t he Bonus number was. .43 e extra winning number was. 1561482 f riday s w Estern l Otto m a numbers were 10, 16, 25, 28, 34, 35 and 49 t he Bonus number was. .5 i n event of a discrepancy the official winning list shall prevail. The news online v Isit us online at wow. Medicine agnews. Com got a Story idea s end your ideas to us at Brenton @ Medicine agnews. Com Rick Withers news photo Charles Lefebvre Rick smiles at the Canadian men s senior championship at desert Blume Golf course. To Days question which is your Favourite Long weekend easter May Long Canada Day August Long labour Day thanksgiving wow. Medicine agnews. Com yesterdays results should the Canadian government Clear a pathway for syrian refugees with family Here to gain immediate entry yes 26% no 74% online poll Gillian Slade Glade Medicine agnews. Com twitter Mongil Linslade Wildrose winning the by election in Calgary Foothills is a reflection of albertan a Confidence in the party says a local Wildrose la. It is a Strong indication that Wildrose is growing and is viewed by More and More albertan As the Only fiscally responsible alternative to a nip government with risky economic and ideological ideas said Drew Barnes Wildrose la for Cypress Medicine hat. Wildrose strength and our financially responsible principled policies continue to grow in support throughout Alberta Wildrose candidate Prada Panda won with 38 per cent of the vote compared to 26 per cent for nip candidate Bob Hawkesworth a former la and Calgary City councillor. The pc candidate Blair Houston was third with 22 per cent of the vote. It was a seat the former tory Premier Jim Prentice had won just four months ago in the provincial election. That same night Prentice resigned his seat when his party suffered a huge defeat to the nip and Rachel Notley became the new Premier. The by election was perhaps the first Opportunity for the nip to see the Public cos reaction to its majority government and to see if that Riding was still a pc stronghold since 1971, said Barnes. The voters rejection of the pcs shows that the Wildrose is viewed As the fiscally conservative alternative to the nip and the Wildrose is the option that Best represents stewardship of hard earned tax dollars said Barnes. The voters rejection of the nip shows that albertan do not want the nip risky Experiment of tax and spend larger and More inefficient government and interference in Albertas Economy. Barnes also feels albertan prefer the wild roses commitment to less bureaucracy and More local decision making. Premier Notley has said in the Media that the outcome of the by election was not a litmus test for her government. The nip government has 53 of the Legislatures 87 seats. Barnes feels Calgary by election a look at All albertan a opinions Medicine hat news Dominic Rooney the local infant whose struggles with leukaemia were chronicled in the Medicine hat news for nearly two years has died. The boys father news sports editor Sean Rooney announced thursday on his blog Dominicus journey was Over. He slept on his dad s Chest All night then spent some time with his mom but we both knew he was fading Sean wrote. It was leukaemia that killed him filling up his lungs with cancerous cells that made it impossible to breathe. But he will also live on through silent thumbs up fundraisers in his name to give Back to the Many people and organizations that supported him and forever in our hearts. Dominic who was one month away from celebrating his third birthday passed away before noon thursday at the Arnold Palmer children s Hospital in Orlando Fla., where the family was taking part in a childrens wish foundation trip to Disney world. One Friend wisely noted that its As if Dom wanted to spend his last Days just with his mom and dad in the happiest place he could find wrote Sean. So they went to Disney world monday and on tuesday he crashed. The family is now planning to return to Canada. We have been so overwhelmed by the support of the Community both near and far Sean said Friday. Thanks to everyone for thinking of us. Dominic was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia a rare and aggressive form of cancer at age 11 months on sept. 12, 2013. His father and Mother Trish approached the Media at that time to take part in a series of articles that could help other families facing similar trials. From the beginning Sean and Trish have shared their journey with Dominic says Kerri Sandford managing editor at the news. From the first blog we at the news and the Community have followed the highs and lows celebrated with them each time their Brave Little Warrior won another fight and prayed each time the news was devastating. At two he became the face of bravery and courage against this unrelenting disease. Readers were Given a glimpse of the family is travels emotions and struggles but also of the joyous moments of the toddlers life and his Happy spirit. Sean wrote often on his blog Dominicus journey with am Dominical. Blog spot. Ca and chronicled the medical procedures his son underwent including Bone marrow transplants chemotherapy and radiation. It also included the emotional highs with positive news and heart wrenching lows with conflicting results As Dominic would rally then face new setbacks. His cancer which had gone into remission in Early 2014, returned by the end of the year. Dom was told dec. 24, 2014 the cancer would kill him in weeks Sean wrote. It took weeks 36 of them for that to happen. Dominic has become the focus of a number of fundraisers in the Community. Among them t shirts were sold for Charity featuring a picture of Dominic wearing a big smile and massive headphones. Diners and video game marathons were advertised with domes trademark thumbs up gesture. Details of the sept. 14 memorial service celebrating Dominicus life will be announced at a later Date. The family is asking in lieu of Flowers or other gifts donations can be made in Dominic s name through the extra life Charity wow. Extra life. Org team Dominic Strong to the Alberta children s Hospital or to the Charity helping families handle cancer . Com. Brave toddler loses Long cancer Battle Collin Gallant Gallant Medicine agnews. Com twitter Colli Gallant the Cit yes land department has made provisions for telecommunications lines to be installed in its newest subdivision after telus had apparently declined servicing salamis Heights phase 7 with Hartline cables. However a telus spokesperson says the company is interested in the area and plans to schedule new meetings soon. Typically in a new Community All Utility lines Are installed at the same time to save costs and for convenience rather than retrofitting Cable under roads and around other lines. However senior administrators told the news this week they were surprised by correspondence this Spring from the phone television and internet provider declining the Opportunity to put in cables. As a Public Developer it concerned us said Keith crush acting general manager of the land department. So we made the decision to have empty conduit installed throughout in Case telus or another telecommunications company wants to service the area. Crush said the City confirmed the lusts unusual stance there has been no correspondence since and other municipalities had also reported a reluctance by the company to sink Cable into new developments. Telus officials told the news this week they hoped to schedule meetings with the City soon about servicing the Community West of South Ridge drive. They also said holding off laying Cable until houses Are closer to completion is a matter of spending Money More efficiently. In Many cases weave built very expensive networks at the Early stages of development that be used for several years said Liz Sauve a spokesperson in the company is Headquarters in Vancouver. Were looking for a finer approach. The Rumour that were not connecting to the Cit yes development is certainly not True. That could occur via the conduit put in with other shallow utilities when the entire site was serviced this summer. Crush said there has not been any discussions about Cost recovery but that could be discussed in the future. Grading and lot development in salamis Heights phase 7 began in 2014. Several contractors contacted the news earlier this summer saying that telus was absent from Early planning meetings. Those would have scheduled and located the placement of so called shallow utilities infrastructure such As phone natural Gas and Power lines before lot and Road development. Crush said the Cost of adding conduit is nominal once a Trench is open but to retrofit them into entire blocks with developed Road surface it would be very Messy. Sauve said the company Hopes to meet soon with the City the Developer in this Case. She also said telus will install or upgrade $ 4.2 billion Worth of infrastructure this year in Alberta. The Large number requires a conscious Effort to schedule work properly to keep costs Down she said. The Cit yes land and properties department pricing strategy was presented to committee in late August. About two thirds of the 111 lots do not have Back Alley Access which would make underground Utility installation easier after the fact. City going ahead with telecoms lines despite telus hesitation Drew Barnes submitted photo Sean Dominic and Trish Rooney in a recent photo. Dominic who was a month away from turning three lost his two year Battle with leukaemia on thursday morning in Orlando Fla. News photo Emma Bennett salamis Heights phase 7 will have telus Hartline phone and television service by the time Homes Are built according to a spokesperson for the telecommunications company. Follow the news @ Medicine agnews

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