Sarah Maetche

Annual Chamber of Commerce Trade Show set for April

The 35th annual show will take place on April 8th and 9th

Central Alberta Foodgrains project launches 2016 project

A locally based charity is entering into its 21st year of helping meet the growing international need for food security.

Something to cluck about

The City is proposing an urban hen bylaw which would allow residents to keep hens in their backyard within City limits.

City to install new pedestrian crossing sign along Woodland Drive

Pedestrian safety continues to be a concern along Woodland Drive, especially at the Maple Bay intersection near Cranna Lake.

Local group provides hearty meals for everyone

Backyard Friends community supper promotes healthy eating and food security.

Lunches to Learn program receives community boost

The Lunches to Learn program ensures that local students are fed throughout the school day.

Continuing to link the past with the present

Blackfalds and Area Historical Society preserves history

Lacombe Ukulele Group expands beyond four strings

The Lacombe Ukulele Group is looking to welcome new members in to enjoying all the compact instrument has to offer.

A Skating Stampede

The Lacombe Figure Skating Club held their annual carnival last Sunday at the Lacombe arena.

Special needs resource centre assists local families

Aspire Special Needs Resource Centre is a place where families can find answers, seek support and connect with others.

Round Up

The preschool group took to the ice during the Lacombe Figure Skating Club’s annual carnival titled ‘A Skating Stampede.'

Creating a safer community through crime prevention

Lacombe Community Watch Association expands reach in City

Landmark hotel in Mirror burns down

A historic hotel in Mirror, a hamlet located 42 kilometres east of Lacombe, burned to the ground on Sunday evening.

Artistic

Lacombe Christian School held their Sixth Annual Fine Arts Night last week.

Urgent slope repair to be undertaken

Councillors approved the 50th Ave. (Hwy. 12) slope repair contract at their council meeting this week.

Echo Energy funds channeled to Echo Lacombe Association

Lacombe councillors approved the reallocation of Echo Energy funds to a newly named association this past Monday.

Annual Lacombe Victim Services Comedy Cabaret returns

The premiere fundraiser for the Victim Services Unit will be held this year on March 11th at the Lacombe Memorial Centre.

There’s more to spin than a bike and sweat

Some may call this type of fitness ‘spin’ or ‘spinning,’ and it’s only growing in popularity.

Culture and Recreation grant deadline approaching

The deadline to apply for a Recreation and Culture grant through the City of Lacombe is approaching.

Determination

The Bentley Generals will be facing off against the Innisfail Eagles in game five on Feb. 28th at the Lacombe arena.