Jessica Nelson

‘We’re losing what makes the Parkland so distinctive,” conservation specialist says

The Lacombe district will lose two sites with provincial park status: JJ Collett and the Narrows

Lacombe City Council selects ‘shovel-ready’ projects for Municipal Stimulus Plan

The “shovel-ready” infrastructure program was created as part of Alberta’s Recovery Plan

A walk with Charley Bird

The JJ Collett Provincial Natural Area Foundation is hosting their annual fall walk

It’s officially fall in Lacombe and everywhere else in the Northern Hemisphere

The leaves are crispy. The air is crispy and there is that unmistakable chill in the night air.

Lacombe beekeepers give the buzz on winterizing hives

Winterizing a honeybee hive is not a simple task, local apiarists say

Gord Bamford performs at Lacombe Regional Airport

Tickets for the Drive-in and Fly-in Concert went on sale Sept. 16

Lucky Lacombe resident wins auxiliary raffle

The annual May raffle was delayed until September due to COVID-19

Lacombe is “Turning the Town Teal” for Big Brothers Big Sisters month

The Lacombe and district campaign is raising awareness of the need for mentors

Blindman Brewery wins three awards at national competition

The Lacombe-based brewery won two silvers and a bronze at the annual Canadian Brewing Awards

Lacombe corn maze is in fall swing

From face sheilds to hand sanitizer, the Kraay Family Farm had to make a few changes this season

Unveiling Lacombe stories online

The Lacombe and District Historical Society is using virtual space to hold exhibits

Lacombe Christian School celebrates 75 years

Celebrations for the anniversary have been put on hold due to COVID restrictions

Coffee with Council at the Active Living fair

Residents were able to voice their concerns directly to Lacombe City Council Wednesday evening

The Lacombe Senior AA Dodgers baseball team win best-of-three

The Dodgers defeated Red Deer to advance to the finals agianst Innisfail

Lacombe County: Notice of construction

Multiple construction projects begin Sept. 8

The City of Lacombe projecting a budget surplus for end of year

The surplus is projected to be 0.4 per cent higher than was predicted this spring

Photos: All masked up and ready to learn

Lacombe’s back to school week has been one of masks, hand sanitizer and staggered entry dates

Lacombe expands electronics recycling program

The new recycling program is able to take electronics that previously weren’t accepted

Lacombe Performing Arts Centre is looking for young actors for upcoming theatre season

The theatre season will have a slightly delayed start to give parents and children time to adjust