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Through the City of Lacombe’s program Find the Right Fit numerous fitness facilities in Lacombe have opened their doors.
A lot at the corner of 53 St. and 52 Ave. in Lacombe once hosted a historic church.
They say laughter is the best medicine. It can mend a broken heart or release the tension in a room.
Paul Hardy makes a brave jump into a water tank during the Penguin Dip at Winterfest at the Abbey Centre on Monday.
The club is expanding to include more artistic members
As part of Project Paraguay, the truck and equipment will be shipped down to General Artigas, a community in the southern part of Paraguay.
The City and BioRefinex Canada Inc. finalized a land sale for 12.2 acres of land in a southeast industrial park for the proposed project.
The Optimist Club of Blackfalds has planned another magical event for the end of this month called ‘A Pirate and Princess Party’
Blackfalds and area residents flocked to the Abbey Centre on Monday, Feb. 15 to experience Winterfest.
Winterfest returns this year on Feb. 15th and promises to be a fun-filled day for whole family to enjoy together.
Red Deer-Lacombe MP Blaine Calkins visited council chambers on Monday night to touch base with the municipality.
The very first Women Out Working (WOW) luncheon for the Blackfalds and Lacombe area is set for Feb. 25th.
Favourite pastime is making a comeback with all ages.
Bowl for Kids Sake, the premiere fundraiser for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Lacombe and District (BBBS), returns for the 27th year.
Meals on Wheels is celebrating 40 years in Lacombe.
Dr. Jim Helm and his team are credited for their international work
The Lacombe Connex has now added a new van into its fleet.
The Cemetery Club, being presented at the Lacombe Golf and Country Club, will run until early March.
Flashback Freddy got the crowd going during a classic Canadian tune during the Flat Iron Jazz and Friends Benefit Concert Saturday night.
A new art exhibit gracing the walls of Lacombe Memorial Centre (LMC) explores the connection between the land and ‘Great Mother Earth.’