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Hometown cheers on wrestler at Rio Olympics October 6, 2016

Olds Community TV

Posted on September 6, 2016 in Community

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The community of Olds gathered at the Mayfair Cinema in Uptowne Olds to cheer for Danielle Lappage, a wrestler competing in the 2016 Olympic games in Rio. The idea originally came from the theatre owner Louise Craig. She reached out to O-NET the locally owned gigabit broadband network company to arrange for the video feed of Lap…

Mountain View County – A Place to Grow October 6, 2016

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What Does Community Mean To You? – Everything Olds October 5, 2016

What Does Community Mean To You? – Everything Olds
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County will host broadband workshop October 5, 2016

Mountain View Gazette

Tuesday, Sep 13, 2016 06:00 am By: Dan Singleton

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Mountain View County will host a workshop this fall to gather information on ways to improve broadband Internet service for rural residents and businesses.
The county’s policy and priorities committee approved the move during its recent regularly scheduled meeting on Sept. 6.
Under the direction of counci…

Choose Olds – Economic Development October 5, 2016

Growing Olds Together is the theme of this commercial we produced for the Tour of Alberta broadcast TV coverage. For more information on economic development in Olds visit our website at www.chooseolds.ca

Olds Institute celebrates its 15th anniversary October 5, 2016

Olds Albertan

Community block party held in Centennial Park Tuesday, Oct 04, 2016 06:00 am

About 300 people attended the Olds Institute (OI) 15th anniversary community block party at Centennial Park on Sept. 24.

Activities included a pig roast as well as the cutting and serving of birthday cake and lots of games. A bungee cord game, human hamster races and bouncy castles were the most popular.

“It was a great opport…

Tour of Alberta race leg well worth the cost, chamber president says October 4, 2016

Olds Albertan

Officials say the community paid $60,000 for exposure that normally costs millions of dollars
Tuesday, Sep 20, 2016 06:00 am By: Doug Collie

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“He agrees with Olds Institute executive director Mitch Thomson, who says the total cost to the community was about $60,000. That includes $50,000 in public funds ($15,000 each from the town and Mountain View County, and $10,000 each from Olds …

Tourism strategy is just what’s needed to boost Olds’ economy October 3, 2016

Olds Albertan

Tuesday, Sep 27, 2016 06:00 am By: Doug Collie

Kudos to Olds town council, the Olds Institute and others for working on the creation of Destination Olds – a strategy to develop tourism in the community.

Encouraging people to come to Olds and spend some of their hard-earned money is a good thing at any time.

But this is not just any time.

We’re in the midst of an economic downturn, which affects virtual

Media Release: Free community owned WiFi service gives players PokeStops in public places July 21, 2016

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NEWS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Date: July 18, 2016

POKEMON GO AVAILABLE IN OLDS THANKS TO FREE COMMUNITY WIFI
Community owned WiFi service gives players PokeStops in public places

( OLDS, Alberta – July 18, 2016 ) Pokemon Go players in Olds don’t have to worry about the high cost of data because …

Media Release: OLDS NEEDS TO PREPARE FOR ‘SILVER TSUNAMI’ June 10, 2016

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Date: June 2, 216

 

OLDS NEEDS TO PREPARE FOR ‘SILVER TSUNAMI’

Research recommends that seniors be considered when developing services in Olds

 

(OLDS, Alberta – June 2, 2016) According to a research report commissioned by the Community Lifestyles Committee of the Olds Institute, Olds had “…a significantly higher n…

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