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Letters to the Editor

Noise addressed

Dear Editor: Spray Lake Sawmills (SLS) has recently had a few inquiries related to our increasing manufacturing activities and we would like to provide the following response.

Noise expected, says reader

Dear Editor: Re: ‘Sawmill’s noise level at night frustrating.’ In response to Tracey Beeching’s letter about Spray Lake Sawmills’ noise (Cochrane Eagle, May 8): Seriously people, time a reality check.

Sawmill's noise levels at night frustrating

Dear Editor: When industry and residential areas encroach on each other, there starts to be issues that really need to be resolved, or frustration and anger will start to manifest.

Treat every day like it's your last: student

Dear Editor: Selena Houle, a Grade 8 student at the Cochrane Christian Academy, submitted this article to the Eagle as part of a school project to encourage youth. The article is based on living every day like it’s your last.

New pool project will benefit aging citizens

Dear Editor: We, the citizens of Cochrane and surrounding area stand on the brink of a great opportunity to benefit our citizens. As part of the new pool project, a warm water therapy pool should be incorporated.

Celebrate Volunteer Week by getting MADD

Dear Editor: I enjoyed Jack Tennant’s excellent article on volunteering in a recent issue of your newspaper.

Big Hill 4-H Club learns art of cutting

Dear Editor: Big Hill West 4-H Club had the privilege of having Gary Cooper from Vermillion come to the Cochrane Ag Arena to do a cutting clinic April 12-14. On Friday, he worked on ground work and riding with 4-H members.

Cochrane's art clubs paint different pictures

Dear Editor: Over the past seven years, my husband Ken has survived many serious and life threatening health issues.

Reader sends heartfelt thank you to outgoing mayor

Dear Editor: Thank you Mayor Truper McBride. Thank you for fulfilling your responsibility as mayor for our great community of Cochrane. Also, thank you to your team who facilitated your mission and that of the Cochrane community.

Reader concerned for future of Cremona and area

Dear Editor: As a resident of Water Valley, I can’t comment too much about Cremona’s CAO Terry Lofstrom’s resignation.