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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

Monkeypox vaccine eligibility expanded

Monkeypox vaccine eligibility expanded

Didsbury-area fatal plane crash investigation ongoing

Didsbury-area fatal plane crash investigation ongoing

The Transportation Safety Board is still looking into a plane crash in Central Alberta that killed two men.
Update: Family members found fatal plane crash site near Didsbury

Update: Family members found fatal plane crash site near Didsbury

Transportation Safety Board of Canada said it was deploying a team of investigators following an accident involving an ultralight aircraft in Central Alberta.
PCR testing changes coming July 18

PCR testing changes coming July 18

Changes being made to COVID-19 testing in the province starting next week will allow more health care resources to be directed to those most at risk, Minister of Health Jason Copping said Tuesday.
Storm cleanup a massive job

Storm cleanup a massive job

The massive cleanup from Thursday’s storm and tornado that hit a small community in Central Alberta is continuing this week.
Two arrested in Didsbury following pursuit from near Cross Iron Mills

Two arrested in Didsbury following pursuit from near Cross Iron Mills

Calgary Police HAWCS followed a suspect vehicle to Didsbury where it was disabled with tire deflation device.
Photo gallery: Tornado leaves devastation in rural Central Alberta (6 photos)

Photo gallery: Tornado leaves devastation in rural Central Alberta (6 photos)

A family's main house, several outbuildings, a large RV, another trailer and dozens of large trees south of Sundre were destroyed in a storm that produced a tornado on July 7.
House, buildings destroyed in storm south of Sundre

House, buildings destroyed in storm south of Sundre

Firefighters, RCMP officers, utility workers and others respond to several properties along the Bergen Road west of Highway 22 in Mountain View County after storm produces tornado
New child-care funding will help recovery, says Children's Services minister

New child-care funding will help recovery, says Children's Services minister

Provincial-federal agreement funding announced to help create more than 40,000 spaces in non-profit child care programs by 2026.
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.