The Town of Magrath warned citizens on July 28 that a bear has been spotted near the south end of town and the golf course. Conservation officers are aware and searching for the animal.
The town is asking residents to stay away from the Jubilee Park area, Trail, and river bottom until further notice.
Magrath issues statement regarding active COVID-19 cases
“There are currently 25 active cases of COVID-19 across the Cardston County area which includes the Blood Tribe, Cardston, and Magrath,” reads a July 28 statement posted on the town’s website. “This is the highest amount of active cases our area has had during the entire pandemic period. Now is a critical window of time for all of us to do our part in preventing the spread. Through our actions of consciously physically distancing ourselves from others and the proactive preventative measure of wearing a mask, each of us individually and all of us together are needed to overcome this locally.”
Magrath, Cardston County face mask distribution
In collaboration with the Government of Alberta’s plan to distribute four-packs of disposable masks to Alberta residents in need, the Town of Magrath has been provided with a small supply for residents who were unable to pick up a four-pack from restaurant distributors.
If you would like a four-pack of disposable masks, please call the Town Hall at 403-758-3212. Cardston County residents are able to contact the County Office at 403-653-4977 for the same request.