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The Central Alberta Buccaneers are going to be lending a hand at the upcoming Ronald McDonald House fundraiser
The Canadian University College (CUC) Acronaires are almost ready to reveal the diverse talents of the group
After an undefeated season and dominating at zone games, the Lacombe Composite High School (LCHS) curling team
In trying to write this column, I had to do a lot of research. A lot. I carefully dissected each of the five major sections of Bill C-51
The Bentley Generals had a great 2014/2015 season with a record of 23 wins, one loss and no ties.
Canyon Ski Hill and Lake Louise are popular local ski destinations, but few know about the natural runs of the Medicine Lodge
Quidditch has been gaining popularity outside of the ‘wizarding world’ of Harry Potter and is spreading into western Canada.
The Blackfalds Wranglers continue to dominate the Heritage Junior Hockey League as they took down
The Lacombe Athletic Park Association (LAPA) will host its annual gala in March and they are looking to the community to fill the seats.
For those with an idea on how to raise the quality of life for Lacombians through recreational and cultural activities
Thanks to Lacombe local Julie Selvais, the Red Deer College Queens curling team will now be heading
Ringette players from across the province took over Barnett Arena last weekend for the annual Ice Breaker Tournament
The Abbey Master Builder Centre will be the primary hub of activity for the 2015 Winterfest event, with a free family skate
Two local couples talk about the secrets of a long, happy marriage
Figure skating may look elegant, but according to two Lacombe figure skaters, there is a lot more to it than meets the eye.
‘Citizens on Patrol’ is gathering momentum across the community
Over the last five years the Lacombe and District FCSS has not received an increase in funding by the province
STARS officially launched its 2015 home lottery recently in Red Deer, a lottery that generates nearly one-third
Self-taught Alberta painter excited to share his works with Lacombians
Women and girls from the area will gather next month for the fourth annual Mother/Daughter conference