It's news that backyard enthusiasts from one end of the Drumheller Valley to the other have been waiting for, for weeks.
A fire ban that was instituted just before the August long weekend has finally been lifted for the Town of Drumheller.
That means backyard fire pits, burning barrels and charcoal fired barbeques are a go for this weekend for properties within the town limits.
The town is urging people to still be fire wise and not leave any fires unattended.

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