Turner Valley

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Turner Valley,

village (1991 pop. 1,352), SW Alta., Canada, at the foot of the Rocky Mts., on the Sheep River, SW of Calgary. It is in the center of the Turner Valley oil and natural gas fields, opened in 1914. The village has sulfur and propane and pentane gas plants.
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Growing up in Turner Valley, Alberta, Guest owned only two books--A Child's Book of Bible Verse and Alice in Wonderland--but she read those over and over until the Scholastic Book Club came to her school when she was nine.