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The dinner theatre has made changes to comply with provincial health orders
The November burger of the month was created in partnership with professional curler Colin Hodgson
The home will house three young women at a time along with two volunteer mentors.
The Field of Remembrance recognizes the soldiers from Lacombe who died serving their country
The Chamberlain’s Children are performing their latest play ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ on Nov. 6 and 7.
The market will be held during this year’s Light Up the Night festival
The Lacombe Legion is taking COVID-19 precautions for people who want to pay their respects.
COVID-19 has changed how the Carlson’s will celebrate Halloween this year
Twenty volunteers showed up on Wednesday to pay their respects and help out
Organizers are hoping to have the local talent show become a regular event in the future.
This year the pumpkins were sold over a six-day online auction.
Father and son found miniature horse while out for a walk at JJ Collett
Fraserway RV is Canada’s largest RV dealership and has stores across the country including one in Lacombe.
Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society speaks at JJ Collett AGM
The plan aims to discover what services need the City’s attention over the next five years
The app shows residents what the historic city looked like hundreds of years ago
Eric Christensen has won the Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers Award of Excellence.
The talent show is now available online for viewers to watch and vote for their favouite performance
As the winter months arrive, Rob Duncan expects demand for his bus and taxi services to grow
Dale Kowalchuk decorated his yard with a handmade sign