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And maybe that’s what the city is missing - a place for skaters to park their boards, a place for artists to work on their latest creation
The LMC was packed as three local candidates for the Red Deer-Lacombe riding took to the stage during an all-candidates forum on Oct. 6th.
The sport of underwater hockey is growing by leaps and bounds
A Lacombe citizen has created a pledge he says encourages the renewal of democracy.
BOLT Transit, the bus service that connects Lacombe and Blackfalds to Red Deer, has now marked over one year of service.
The African Children’s Choir will be making a stop in Lacombe next week as part of their North American tour.
The annual Lacombe Knights of Columbus fundraiser Oktoberfest is set for Oct. 17th.
Members of the L.A. Vintage Machinery Club demonstrated how harvest was done many years ago by using a threshing machine.
The Raiders took on the Stettler Cougars last Saturday in a home game and managed to come out victorious with a 48-24 win.
Calkins is seeking re-election in the new federal riding of Red Deer-Lacombe
The Lacombe Blacksmith Shop Museum receives Municipal Historical Designation
Hundreds of Lacombe, Blackfalds and area residents spent last Friday night enjoying the One Horse Town concert along 49 C Ave.
When the Blue Jays experienced two winning streaks this past summer, heads on fans began to turn and media outlets began to take note.
Such is the case for the Debree family of Lacombe who have taken up the sport of triathlon (swimming, biking, running).
Seana Rousseau leads duke and Adilee Verburg, 3, around for a pony ride Flying Cross Ranch during Alberta Open Farm Days on Aug. 23rd.
In hopes of curbing impaired driving in the City of Lacombe, a new proactive program has been launched that includes citizen involvement.
From the gala to the green, the eighth annual Gord Bamford Golf Classic was a success, setting a new fundraising record, officials said.
Kyle Key has been perfecting his craft for 20 years
Many may know her as an athlete, excelling in cross-country skiing, or as a campground owner and operator.
A bench was placed along the trail in honour of longtime Lacombe Lions Club member Roy Cucheran.