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The Village of Holden has a monthly newsletter called the "Holden Times". It is available free of charge through the mail, at the Village office, and at some local businesses.

A copy of the current Holden Times is below, in Portable Document Format (.pdf). Click on the link to open (it may take a few minutes).

April Holden Times (PDF icon HoldenTimes-6-4-April-2019.pdf)
Posted: Tuesday June 6, 2017
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Posted: Monday May 15, 2017
Greetings from Theatre Alberta, My name is Jake Tkaczyk and I am Theatre Alberta’s Programs Associate.  I want to let you know about Theatre Alberta’s Artstrek program....
Posted: Thursday April 20, 2017
Financial Statements for 2016 are now available on line or can be picked up at the Village office during business hours.
Posted: Tuesday April 18, 2017
Council passed first reading of the Public Behaviour Bylaw at the April 18/17 regular meeting and second reading in May. Council has received mixed reaction from the public to the concept of the...
Posted: Monday April 3, 2017
Alberta has a new Energy Savings Program. Energy Efficiency Alberta’s trained installers will be in the field starting this April. You can sign up now to have energy efficient product upgrades...
Posted: Tuesday January 3, 2017
All dogs over 6 months of age require a license in Holden. Under Animal Control Bylaw, No. 6-2014, the License Fee for dogs is: $15 for first-time registration and tag Annual tag renewal is $15, if...
Posted: Wednesday June 1, 2016
Regional opportunities for employment include Beaver Municipal Solutions and Beaver County For up to date information please visit: http://www.beaver.ab...
Posted: Tuesday May 31, 2016
Posted: Monday March 7, 2016
Posted: Tuesday March 1, 2016 dumped in an alley! Yes, sometimes we hold a "Large Item Pick Up" day, but it is scheduled for twice a year and items are to be placed on the front street. Residents are notified, and...