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It’s rare that a musical group lasts on the scene more than five years, let alone 25 years, but that’s the reality for the Arrogant Worms.
The Friends of the Iron Ridge Campus Society (FIRCS) will be fundraising for playground equipment for the new facility.
Nick Melnechuk, 93, of Lacombe, served in the Royal Canadian Air Force
It is due to efforts of a group of enthusiastic women in Lacombe almost a century ago that we have this park and a place to remember.
In Cow Patti Theatre’s latest production Ethan Claymore, kicking off the 19th season, we learn that miracles still do happen
Now running for the fourth year, it’s that time of year again for Passport to Christmas.
It began with a call to 9-1-1. An alleged hazardous material was seen leaking from a truck parked in an industrial lot along 46th St.
As the first installment of the Local Colour speaker series Lacombian Warren Kreway shared his experience of traveling to the Ukraine
Plans for the Cranna Community Cultural Centre (C4) continue to move forward.
The Lacombe Legion will be kicking off the annual poppy campaign tomorrow.
A local woman has returned from competing in a prestigious North American livestock competition.
Businesses in Blackfalds were recognized last Friday evening during the 2015 Business of the Year Awards.
It may be four years later, but the voters in the Red Deer-Lacombe riding have again elected a Conservative MP.
Ground was broken for St. Gregory the Great Catholic School in Blackfalds on Tuesday morning.
This past Friday, the Lacombe Rotary Club continued on their support of A Better World Canada (ABW) and a school project in Kenya.
The nation saw a surge of support for the Liberal party on Monday night
GoFundMe Account set up to help boy with ongoing therapy
Laurel Deedrick-Mayne to host two upcoming events in Central Alberta
The finishing touches are being carefully made on each display, painting and handmade creation at the Gallery on Main.
Nine combines and many helping hands brought in the Central Alberta Foodgrains Charity Growing Project harvest this past Saturday.