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Blackfalds Abbey Centre programs add drop-in options

Fitness classes will not be cancelled due to low enrollment

Lacombe Police Service rolls out holiday roadside check stops

Officers with approved screening device can request a breath test from anyone they lawfully stop

Blackfalds approves land use bylaw amendments for cannabis

Town now accepting cannabis and cannabis related development applications

City of Lacombe Council highlights – Dec. 10, 2018

The City of Lacombe held their last Council meeting of 2018

Lacombe endorses Asset Management Capacity Building Cohort program

Project will include periodic in-person workshops to be hosted on a rotational basis

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MEGlobal Athletic Park receives $2 million boost towards new Lacombe track
TSN's Michael Landsberg speaks in Lacombe about mental illness
Lacombe Canada Post workers on strike

City of Lacombe adopts new asset management policy and strategy

Council voted to adopt the new Asset Management Policy and endorse the Asset Management Strategy

Blackfalds offers opportunity to potential business owners

Town seeking proposals from qualified food services contractors

Town Center removed from Lacombe Southeast Area Structure Plan

Developer of Lacombe Market Square requested ammendment to the plan

Light Up the Night fireworks to celebrate the holiday season

Fireworks are being held at 8 p.m. on December 21 at Cranna Lake

Lacombe Amnesty International group writes letters for human rights

Group honours 70th anniversary of the UN Declaration of Human Rights

Clive family reflects on War Amps 100th anniversary

Leelan was born a right arm amputee and is a member of The War Amps Child Amputee (CHAMP) Program

Lacombe Council passes first reading on utility rate increases

Water remains the same; wastewater, solid waste rates increase

PHOTOS: Community makes donations to Big Brothers Big Sisters Lacombe

Fraser Way RV and the Lacombe Legion recently made donations to BBBS

WATCH: CP Holiday Train rolls into Lacombe

Kelly Prescott performed for hundreds of Central Albertans

One hundred and five trees of Christmas

Red Deer couple decorated 105 Christmas trees to raise money for the Central Alberta Humane Society

Nuit Blanche Red Deer looking to make a comeback in 2019

Local organization is hosting a Christmas artisan market on Dec. 15th

Site of future Child Advocacy Centre on RDC campus unveiled

Centre to be located on the southwest area of the campus

UPDATE: Lacombe, Red Deer snubbed from new ambulance list

Lacombe Councillor Chris Ross continues to advocate for added care in Central Alberta