Lacombe Express Staff

A youth was arrested by Yellowknife RCMP for aggravated assault. file photo

Lacombe man arrested in alleged carjacking

Quinten Meyer of Lacombe is charged with armed robbery, flight from police

A youth was arrested by Yellowknife RCMP for aggravated assault. file photo
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Cleanup from trail derailment near Lacombe could take weeks

One full train car of asphalt oil believed to have been spilled

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Update: Blackfalds RCMP arrest suspect in Petro Canada Store robbery

The suspect was located and arrested without incident in Red Deer on May 31st

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Blackfalds RCMP investigate fatal vehicle collision on Hwy. 2A

A 75-year-old woman was declared deceased at the scene

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Al Scholing of Scholing’s Produce served as our March Burger of the Month Guest Chef in Lacombe, and helped the “Loaded Potato Skin Burger,” an Alberta beef patty, two Scholing’s baked potato “buns”, with shredded cheddar, pepper bacon, green onion, sour cream, iceberg lettuce, beefsteak tomatoes, sliced onion and pickles. Tow dollars from every burger sold was donated to Scholing’s charity of choice the Team Jigger Foundation. (Photo Submitted)

Lacombe’s Cilantro and Chive makes a donation to Team Jigger Foundation

The restaurant donated nearly $1,000 to the foundation with proceeds from its Burger of the Month

Al Scholing of Scholing’s Produce served as our March Burger of the Month Guest Chef in Lacombe, and helped the “Loaded Potato Skin Burger,” an Alberta beef patty, two Scholing’s baked potato “buns”, with shredded cheddar, pepper bacon, green onion, sour cream, iceberg lettuce, beefsteak tomatoes, sliced onion and pickles. Tow dollars from every burger sold was donated to Scholing’s charity of choice the Team Jigger Foundation. (Photo Submitted)
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Lacombe man caught stealing scrap metal in Bonnyville

A male from Edmonton was also arrested

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Blackfalds RCMP investigate fatal collision

Preliminary investigation revealed a south bound pickup truck collided with an eastbound car

RCMP. (Phil McLachlan - Black Press Media)
RCMP. (Phil McLachlan - Black Press Media)

Blackfalds RCMP are investigating a suspicious fire in Lacombe County

On Nov. 4th, at about 11:30 p.m. an unoccupied holiday trailer was discovered on fire

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Blackfalds RCMP respond to fatal motorcycle crash

Blackfalds RCMP respond to fatal motorcycle crash

A collision involving a motorcycle and a pickup occurred Wednesday evening.

Blackfalds RCMP respond to fatal motorcycle crash
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City of Lacombe council highlights – August 10, 2020

The next scheduled Council Meeting is August 17, 2020, at 5 p.m. (Committee)

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Seen in the photo are Valerie Braiden, President of IODE Alberta, and Ian Wheeliker, head of ACWS. (Photo submitted)

IODE Alberta Presents $50,000 to Alberta Women’s Shelters

Several members of Lord Lascelles Chapter of IODE , Lacombe, were present

Seen in the photo are Valerie Braiden, President of IODE Alberta, and Ian Wheeliker, head of ACWS. (Photo submitted)
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Lacombe bylaw aims to promote collaboration for delivering community economic development

Bylaw is intended to provide high level guidance to Echo Lacombe and other community groups

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Cilantro and Chive’s Burger of the Month Program raised $1,499 for the Reading College, which helps support the literacy programming they offer free of charge to families due to community support and local donors. This month’s burger was the ‘Rogie’, created by Becky Murray. (Photo submitted by Cilantro and Chive)
Cilantro and Chive’s Burger of the Month Program raised $1,499 for the Reading College, which helps support the literacy programming they offer free of charge to families due to community support and local donors. This month’s burger was the ‘Rogie’, created by Becky Murray. (Photo submitted by Cilantro and Chive)
All dressed for a Sunday drive, 1930’s. Can anyone identify this young lady, email debragillard@aol.com? (Photo submitted by the Lacombe and District Historical Society)

PHOTO: Lacombe Look Back

All dressed for a Sunday drive in the 1930s

All dressed for a Sunday drive, 1930’s. Can anyone identify this young lady, email debragillard@aol.com? (Photo submitted by the Lacombe and District Historical Society)
Ellis Bird Farm recently held a ceremony to open their new North Viewpoint Bridge. (Photo Submitted)

PHOTOS: North Viewpoint Bridge opened at Ellis Bird Farm

A grant from Dow Canada allowed the project to go forward

Ellis Bird Farm recently held a ceremony to open their new North Viewpoint Bridge. (Photo Submitted)
Lacombe youth wins Trail Building Competition

Lacombe youth wins Trail Building Competition

Darin Boehme of Lacombe won Alberta TrailNet’s first trail building challenge

Lacombe youth wins Trail Building Competition
County residents and businesses will pay the price of Province’s proposed oil and gas assessment models

County residents and businesses will pay the price of Province’s proposed oil and gas assessment models

If approved, the changes would significantly impact residents and businesses in Lacombe County

County residents and businesses will pay the price of Province’s proposed oil and gas assessment models
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LETTER: AB Advanced Ed

“The plan’s ideas are as dated as an Ayn Rand novel and as bland as Reaganomics and Thatcherism”

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The Ecovison Club at Lacombe Composite High School introduced plans Roofs 4 Kids during the 2018-2019 school year. Co-op recently donated $50,000 to the project. (Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express)

Lacombe Composites Ecovision Roofs 4 Kids project receives $50,000 from Co-op

Co-op donates $50,000 for Horticultural and Animal Therapy programs

The Ecovison Club at Lacombe Composite High School introduced plans Roofs 4 Kids during the 2018-2019 school year. Co-op recently donated $50,000 to the project. (Todd Colin Vaughan/Lacombe Express)