Hundreds showed up yesterday for the Highway 3 Twinning Open House in Bellevue. The biggest takeaway?

The province says it would build a high speed bypass south of Coleman if the project gets approval, while keeping the current highway open for local access. The road would likely split somewhere near the hospital, and come together again east of Sentinel Park.
At this stage they also plan to move the main access into Pincher Creek east of it's current location, and the road past Frank will probably be four lanes but NOT divided.

If you were unable to attend the open house, you can view the designs here:

Transportation Alberta is also looking for feedback, which you can  provide online until July 7th here:


The Lions Park in Blairmore is closed today, but Pass residents please know it's for a good reason. 

Volunteers are installing new playground equipment today in honour of Hailey and Terry Blanchette.

This memorial project has been in the works for two years, and is a collaboration between Pure Country in Frank, the Blaimore Lions, and the hundreds of donors who gave during fundraising campaigns in 2015.

Workers hope to install the whole structure today. 

Tune in at 10:30 this morning if you'd like to learn more about the structure. Lions members Daryl Wig and Laurelei Berg have agreed to join us for an exclusive community spotlight on Real Country.





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