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High River RCMP seek public assistance to locate 49-year-old Kathy Burkart


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High River, Alberta – High River RCMP are asking for public assistance to locate 49-year-old Kathy Burkart. Kathy was reported missing yesterday, February 26th, 2018. Kathy was last heard from via text message on Saturday, February 24th, however she was last seen in High River on Thursday, February 22nd at a local residence.  Kathy Burkart is described as:

·         Caucasian

·         5’7” tall

·         165 lbs

·         Long blond hair

·         Hazel eyes

Kathy may be driving a 2016 Kia Rondo, AB plate BWN 0892, dark blue in colour.    

 If you have information about the location of Kathy, please call the High River RCMP at 403-652-2357. If you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers by phone at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), by internet at


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March 31, 2021 – Calgary, AB

The Parent Council of both Hidden Valley and Valley Creek Schools have a new sign in place to show they care about the safety of our children. As part of an ongoing awareness campaign to promote traffic safety this new sign not only draws attention to the school zone, but lists traffic rules and fines to educate and serves as a reminder to drivers in the community.

For several years, in collaboration, the schools have been working hard to educate the students on traffic safety education and awareness. In 2019, Hidden Valley School Parent Council received a Traffic Safety Fund Grant from the Ministry of Transportation to help with this goal and they been continuing to inform the community and students since.

From in-class instruction by the Calgary Police Service, to Street Safe Activity Books and Hug N’ Go flags in front of the school, the safety of students has been the number one goal. In order to alleviate some of the traffic congestion during bell times, the school hosts an annual walk/wheel week each spring to promote active school travel to students and their families.

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