Incumbent City Councillor Wayne Rempel is in the election race

Rempel was first elected to City council back in 2007

Raspberry mousse cakes recalled for norovirus

Raspberry mousse cakes sold in multiple provinces across Canada have been recalled for norovirus

Trump decries monument removals, ‘history ripped apart’

“You can’t change history, but you can learn from it,” he tweeted.

Three children killed in crash northeast of Calgary

Three children are dead northeast of Calgary after SUV collides with truck

Central Alberta entrepreneurs purchase Alberta Downs race track

New owners excited for future of property

Autos likely high on U.S. NAFTA agenda

Early indications suggest automobiles will emerge as first priority on Day 1 of NAFTA negotiations

Bentley Rodeo


    Talk Derby


      Lacombe Days success


        Lacombe gets Light Armoured Vehicle for the Field of Honour in the City's cemetery


          Wim van Berkel lands recognition for swine genetics work

          van Berkel is the general manager of the Swine Testing Association near Lacombe

          Lacombe Memory Project looks to captures images of the community

          Project tells story through photos of yesterday up to modern times

          • Aug 16th, 2017

          B.C. teen sleeping with the lights on after terrifying break-in

          Aftermath of intrusion still causing anxiety for Langley teen

          Two Canadians killed in Burkina Faso attack

          Two Canadians among 18 people killed in Burkina Faso extremist attack

          Bumblebee colonies at risk of extinction

          Bumblebee colonies are at risk of extinction after pesticide exposure says study

          Gord Bamford achieves $3 million for his charitable foundation

          Funds raised are delivered to a variety of youth-centered charities

          • Aug 14th, 2017

          Woman drowns in Gull Lake over the weekend

          Blackfalds RCMP determine drowning was accidental

          Don Gullekson will be on the City council ballot this fall

          Gullekson looks to market Lacombe to Albertans looking to find a beautiful, safe place to live

          Local artist Ryan Langlois in Project WILD’s Top 12

          Central Alberta artist excited for future possibilities

          Organizers preparing for worst as wildfire burns near Shambhala Music Festival

          Evacuating 15,000 festival attendees would be easier than evacuating a town: public safety director

          New chapter begins for Lacombe art gallery and framing business

          The Main Gallery Framing Studio officially launched July 1st

          No end in sight for B.C. wildfires, one month since state of emergency declared

          Wildfire conditions remained ‘static’ during the long weekend but fires still a concern through August