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Each month, various members of agencies meet to create connections necessary to build the community.
The fourth annual Walk for Wellness and Suicide Prevention will take place this month on Sept. 13th, beginning at 3 p.m. at the LMC.
Organization offers a range of services at no cost to community members
City of Lacombe council briefs- Aug. 24th regular council meeting
Lacombe has officially been named as the winner of the legendary One Horse Town country music event, presented by Coors Banquet.
In order to understand and address the needs of citizens, Lacombe relies on close partnerships with community groups.
Thurlow Lann Lieurance, described as a widely influential member of the Lacombe community, passed away earlier this month on Aug. 3rd.
Jeff Rock is working to ensure he connects with the wide variety of citizens he hopes to represent.
Albertans are very lucky to have access to services like mental health supports, family programs and counselling.
The Lacombe Dolphin Swim Club was successful in a number of events at the 2015 Provincial Championships this past weekend.
The Central Alberta Buccaneers emerged victorious over the St. Albert Stars with a score of 19-6.
A tattoo phenomenon where people are getting the symbol tattooed on their bodies to represent the struggle with mental health issues.
This is part of a series that will explore social needs of the community and help to determine what is being done to address those needs.
An iconic home in Blackfalds will be relocated and converted into the new centre for the Blackfalds Historical Society
Stan Pennington has been competing in the Tees Rodeo since its inception 40 years ago
Lacombe has been named one of two Canadian cities that are eligible to host the legendary One Horse Town country music event
The boys of Boots & the Hoots were most definitely born to hoot and holler.
Isabela Harper, 3, beamed with delight as she played with some goats at Ellis Bird Farm this past weekend.
The Lacombe PeeWee AA Dodgers hosted the provincial championship tournament this past weekend and placed sixth in the competition.
For over a year several community groups have been preparing to send a fire truck to Caazapá, Paraguay and their results have paid off.