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A $10 million private development is aiming to make the Wetaskiwin Regional Airport a place to play and stay for aviation enthusiasts.

Wetaskiwin businessman Byron Reynolds made a presentation regarding his project Skyport at Wetaskiwin Regional Airport to city council at its June 27 meeting.

“It’s something that Wetaskiwin has either by good luck or good management, we have an airport ideally situated that no other community our size Camrose doesn’t have it, they’re too far to the east nothing generally aviation friendly going on at the International Airport and Ponoka just simply doesn’t have the potential for development that the Wetaskiwin Airport has; Rocky Mountain House is too far from the west; Lacombe doesn’t have an airport that will never be developed beyond what it is now.

“So really, between Red Deer and Edmonton there is nothing better situated than Wetaskiwin Airport as far as general aviation development goes,” said Reynolds.

“You can actually drive to Wetaskiwin from the southside of Edmonton quicker than you can the get to the other Edmonton satellite airport in Villeneuve, if you have a base in Edmonton.

“We’re well positioned both location wise and business opportunity wise to see some real development happening here.”

Reynolds said the four phase project, consisting of 90 hangar lots, has been in the works for the past two years.

It’s no secret that prices at gas pumps in Wetaskiwin always seem to be higher than its neighbouring communities.

In fact, some vehicles have been spotted in Wetaskiwin with the bumper sticker: Gas Costs More in Wetaskiwin.

It’s a play on the Wetaskiwin Automile’s famous Cars Cost Less in Wetaskiwin slogan.

Wetaskiwin city council is finally attempting to do something about the higher prices at the pumps.

The matter was before city council at its June 27 regular meeting.

Wetaskiwin city manager Ted Gillespie said research into the matter was conducted by city administration at the request of Mayor Bill Elliot.

“The research was based on the mayor wanting to initiate some letters to the oil companies, so I asked Ron (Holland, Wetaskiwin’s economic development manager) to research and come up with the contact people.

“That was done, and the letters went out three weeks ago, maybe. We have not received any response from the oil companies at this time.”

Mayor Elliot said his letter to the oil companies expressed “a concern with the leakage that we had because people were finding to other places to shop. And to go get gas when they’re doing their shopping there as well.

Thanks to the generosity of the Millet Legion, the community’s library will now be able to purchase large type books, especially westerns,
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The Millet Library Board was one of 17 Millet and area community groups, which shared $9,200 in funding distributed by Legion president Bonnie James on June 22 in the community, north of Wetaskiwin.

The funding represents a $2,000 contribution from the sales of poppies and wreaths during the annual Remembrance Day campaign, while the remainder of the funds came from general coffers.

In the past five years, the Millet Legion has raised and given away more than $60,000 to local and area community groups.

During the same time period, the Legion has also presented more than $15,000 to groups from the poppy fund, which included proceeds handed out recently.

A Wetaskiwin business and its owner has been recognized for seeing the ability in persons with developmental disabilities.

The local Canadian Tire store and its owner Steve Dewling were honoured with the Ed Johnston Community Citizenship Award from the Persons with Developmental Disabilities on June 27.

On hand to present the award was the central region community board chairman for Persons with Developmental Disabilities Ron Crossley.

“It’s not a case of looking at their disabilities, but looking at their abilities and saying, ‘With just a little bit of help, they can be productive and be effective in the operation here,’ Crossley told the Times.

“I really appreciate what you’ve done Steve, and on behalf of the board, I want to thank you for it.”

Dewling was joined in the presentation by two of his employees Jeremiah Schroedl and Evan Chubhey from Horizons Centre in Wetaskiwin.
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on Aug. 15, 2003.

The only homicide in the Kansas City suburb of Westwood remains unsolved, but police say they continuing to investigate the crime that took place a decade ago. on Aug. 15, 2003.

Ninemire worked as a produce manager for the grocery store.

The description of the suspect provided to investigators at the time was a person wearing a disguise.

“His family wanted to give us something to remember him by, and they gave us this Tree of Life,” said Tracy Roby, the senior pastor at Overland Park Baptist.

It a symbol of a man who gave his life, trying to help another.

“Ray was a servant. He really loved people and loved the people of the church,” Roby said.

Due to poor health, his wife Phyllis Ninemire, now 74 years old, didn want to talk on camera Thursday, but did talk by phone.

“He was just a man of integrity, he was a very kind person,” she said.

With the 10th anniversary of Ninemire killing, the Johnson County Sheriff Office says it making a renewed push to solve the crime.

Teams of detectives are pouring over new and old leads and talking with everyone who may have some information that would assist them in finding the person who murdered Ninemire.

“With each passing year it gets more frustrating for law enforcement and the families,” said Lt. Brian Hill with the Johnson County Sheriff Department.

The Johnson County Sheriff Department admits they had hundreds of leads, but none have led to an arrest and they are reaching out to the public, for anyone that might remember something from that morning 10 years ago.

“It was a subject that appeared to be in disguise, possibly wearing a hat, dark clothing, may have had some beard on, or something to that effect,” Hill said.

Becky Crabtree, lead detective on the case, says investigators also have recent leads to follow up on and will revisit previous clues and re interview witnesses to the shooting.

There is a $30,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person responsible for Ninemire murder.

As for the family, the Tree of Life gives them hope that someone will come forward with new information. They could be walking in my shoes one of these days,” Phyllis Ninemire said.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the TIPS Hotline 816 474 TIPS or the JohnsonCounty Sheriff Office at 913 715 5560. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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Northeast Ohio’s niche insurance business serving the marijuana sector, Cannasure Insurance Services, has named a director of underwriting as the small company looks toward its next phase of growth.

Kieran O’Rourke will lead Westlake based Cannasure’s managing general agent (MGA) underwriting platform.

“After an exhaustive search to find the right person for the job, we are pleased to welcome Kieran to the Cannasure team,” said Cannasure CEO Patrick McManamon in a statement. “With more than 20 years of underwriting and senior management experience in P he is a talented and respected leader in the insurance industry. Kieran’s depth of underwriting knowledge and experience will be instrumental as we continue to expand our development of proprietary programs that support the cannabis and hemp industry while maintaining a commitment to underwriting discipline and profit fundamentals.”

Prior to Cannasure, O’Rourke served AmTrust Financial Services in Cleveland as assistant vice president of property underwriting for about a year and a half. Prior to that, he was assistant vice president of research and development at Energi Insurance Services Inc. in Peabody,
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“Cannasure has always been forward thinking with respect to focused methods that meet today’s customer expectations and requirements,” O’Rourke said. “I am excited to join Cannasure to help advance their MGA efforts and work with product, risk and distribution partners to continue to develop innovative underwriting strategies and product solutions for the cannabis industry.”

Cannasure’s formative stages came between 2009 and 2010 when McManamon was essentially running the firm himself after branching out from his father’s business, McManamon Insurance. The firm has been working as a MGA and wholesale broker and was working on getting its own program going with assistance from Lloyd’s of London, but they faced a lot of challenges along the way, as McManamon recently explained in a feature in Crain’s.

Cannasure recently sold its first policy out of its own program through which McManamon said he projects Cannasure to write more than $1 million in premiums per month through 2018.

McManamon declined to share his finances but told Crain’s Cannasure saw revenues grow 60% in 2017. They’ve grown 350% since 2014. And McManamon said he now targets at least 40% growth annually “for the next several years, and that would be conservative.”
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