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Dan Singleton

Dan Singleton

Dan Singleton is the editor of the Mountain View Gazette who joined the newspaper in 2012 after serving as Sundre Round Up editor since 1994. He covers news, courts, municipal politics and community events. He is also a longtime columnist.

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dsingleton@olds.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Dan

Province providing more support for Ukrainians

Province providing more support for Ukrainians

New social supports are being provided to Ukrainian nationals arriving in Alberta from their war-torn homeland, the province said Monday.
FOUND: Missing Edmonton girl located

FOUND: Missing Edmonton girl located

Missing Edmonton girl found in the United States.
COVID numbers continue to decline

COVID numbers continue to decline

Intensive care admissions due to COVID-19 have reached their lowest levels since Oct. 2020, but the overall pressure on the health system continues, Minister of Health Jason Copping said Wednesday.
Alberta will take part in Emergencies Act inquiry

Alberta will take part in Emergencies Act inquiry

The federal Public Order Emergency Commission has granted Alberta full standing to participate in the public inquiry into the use of the Emergencies Act during the Ottawa truckers’ protest and blockades at international border crossings last February.
Prosecutor manual changes will target hate crimes

Prosecutor manual changes will target hate crimes

Changes to Alberta Crown prosecutors manual will target hate crime and provide improved protection for victims.
Update: Police advise public that Didsbury man found safe

Update: Police advise public that Didsbury man found safe

Justin Lounsbury, 32, was reportedly last seen on June 2 at the Didsbury Inn.
School divisions getting fuel cost relief

School divisions getting fuel cost relief

Alberta school divisions will be receiving about $8.2 million for student transportation under a Provincial program reinstated in response to increased diesel costs.
Heavy rain expected to taper off Wednesday, say officials

Heavy rain expected to taper off Wednesday, say officials

Alberta minister of Environment and Parks says his department is coordinating closely with municipalities that could be affected as rain continues to fall.
Coordination centre activated as heavy rain predicted

Coordination centre activated as heavy rain predicted

Monitoring of rivers and streams ongoing say Provincial officials as heavy rain forecasted this week.
Alberta tow truck drivers can use blue lights under pilot project

Alberta tow truck drivers can use blue lights under pilot project

Safety conditions for tow truck drivers on the side of the road are hoped to be improved.