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From towering trees to majestic log homes, the Timber Kings from the HGTV program are dream granters
The Lacombe Community Christmas Dinner will be held on Dec. 25th from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lacombe Memorial Centre.
Enter SUPER-MANS, a new hero who plans to help fundraise to build a new facility to accommodate the school’s growing population.
Community members join together to bring project to fruition
Just after midnight on Wednesday, Dec. 9th, LPS were called to a residence on 53 St. about a disturbance.
Councillors approved the budget on Monday night, which includes a 3.61% tax rate increase.
City council has trimmed the 2016 operating budget after a lengthy discussion.
The Lacombe Community Food Bank has seen an increase in demand over the past few months.
Plans to bring a Syrian refugee family to Lacombe are beginning to take shape.
Amnesty International’s event Write for Rights offers an unique opportunity to make a difference in protecting human rights.
Local organization offers some simple ways to bring holiday cheer
Town of Blackfalds councillors have passed the 2016 operating and capital budget.
The Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train will once again be passing through the Central Alberta region this season.
Backyard Bird Feeding: An Alberta Guide arrives in time for Christmas
Mrs. Claus reads a classic Christmas story at the Michener House
Citizens and those who drive through the city will no longer be receiving pesky photo radar tickets.
Review of Ethan Claymore, Cow Patti Theatre Company's latest production
Light Up the Night, Lacombe’s premiere winter festival, has expanded to five days and is welcoming some new events.
Students, staff, planners and special guests gathered at Clive School on Nov. 19th to celebrate World Town Planning Day.
The popular family holiday tradition is celebrating its 60th anniversary, a significant milestone in the community.