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Tammy Rollie

Tammy Rollie

Tammy Rollie is a staff reporter at OkotoksToday.ca and the Western Wheel newspaper, focusing on Wheel's West, local arts and culture and entertainment. For story tips contact trollie@okotoks.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Tammy

Turner Valley council takes first look at 2021 budget

Turner Valley council takes first look at 2021 budget

Administration presented council with a detailed documentation of the Town’s projected $5,867,097 in expenses and $5,548,607 in revenues at its Sept. 21 meeting, revealing a $318,490 difference.
Foothills elected officials say Halloween is going ahead

Foothills elected officials say Halloween is going ahead

Despite the ongoing cancellation of concerts, community events and other public gatherings, Halloween is not among them, according to government officials. Turner Valley's haunted house and children's Halloween party, however, have been cancelled.
Okotoks man turns himself in after fleeing from police

Okotoks man turns himself in after fleeing from police

RCMP Police Dog Services and Calgary Police HAWC support units assist Okotoks RCMP with early Tuesday morning search.
Black Diamond town council adopts advertising bylaw

Black Diamond town council adopts advertising bylaw

Black Diamond's advertising bylaw, approved by council on Sept. 16, requires the Town to advertise bylaws, resolutions, meetings, public hearings and other events on its website, and then allows administration to select additional methods if it chooses.
Backyard concert in Longview a hit

Backyard concert in Longview a hit

Award-winning band The Travelling Mabels performed its first concert in nine months in matriarch Eva Levesque’s backyard Sept. 19 and 20 to an enthusiastic audience.
Black Diamond shuttle service to roll out this fall

Black Diamond shuttle service to roll out this fall

The Town of Black Diamond is just weeks away from launching its shuttle service, but there’s much work ahead from deciding on fares to choosing a name.
Okotoks youngster wheels his way to $1,500 for Terry Fox Foundation

Okotoks youngster wheels his way to $1,500 for Terry Fox Foundation

Five-year-old Raymond MacNeil inspired a family-wide fundraiser for the Terry Fox Foundation.
Okotoks youngster wheels his way to $1,500 for Terry Fox Foundation

Okotoks youngster wheels his way to $1,500 for Terry Fox Foundation

Five-year-old Raymond MacNeil inspired a family-wide fundraiser for the Terry Fox Foundation.
Granary Road celebrating all things apple with festival

Granary Road celebrating all things apple with festival

Granary Road is hosting its fourth annual Apple Fest Sept. 26 and 27 featuring games, demonstrations and activities – as well as a market with all things apple.
Youth film festival in Okotoks going online

Youth film festival in Okotoks going online

The Okotoks Film Festival Society is proceeding with its fourth annual Zooom Film Festival this month.