Local News

City of Lacombe, WCPS recognize teacher Steve Schultz for his recent Prime Minister’s Award

Schultz has pioneered student-led initiatives through the Ecovision Club and the URL Club

Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange stops by Lacombe

LaGrange takes questions from Grade 6 students

Blackfalds slows down with new speed limit

Blackfalds will have a new, overall reduced speed limit in town of 40 km/h

Life-changing Parkinson’s boxing club coming to Lacombe

Non-contact program helps drastically improve Parkinson’s disease symptoms

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Lacombe family homeless after rental house discovered to have toxic mold
LCHS Hair Massacure supports children's charities

City of Lacombe construction notice: 58th Street Closure

58 Street closure, Fairway Drive/56 Avenue and 58 Street intersection closed until June 19

Lacombe County reminds residents of Fireworks Permit requirements

Fireworks permit is required if you wish to sell, purchase or set off fireworks

Ron Rarick Appointed Wolf Creek Public Schools Transportation Manager

Rarick is very eager to meet his staff and ensure that there is a comprehensive communication plan

City of Lacombe council highlights – June 10, 2019

Next scheduled regular council meeting is on June 24

Wolf Creek Public Schools board meeting – June 6, 2019

WCPS presents ‘What we did for students today’

MEGlobal Canada donates to Lacombe charities

Eight local non-profits recieve funding from the MEGlobal Canada Community Contributions Program

Lacombe spring Coffee with Council resident feedback now available

Council reviewed and accepted for information from Coffee with Council

Lacombe students from STAR Catholic competes in Track and Field Challenge

Grade 5 and 6 students from various STAR Catholic Schools competed in Leduc

Hospital’s annual charity golf classic set to tee off Lacombe

Tournament has been well supported by local businesses, golfers and sponsors

Blackfalds Days celebrates ‘Small Town, Big Dreams’ June 14 – 16

Activities include Youth Night Out, Councillors Pancake Breakfast, Parade and Blackfalds Got Talent

Lacombe’s Terrace Ridge School Watershed Day puts focus on First Nations, water conservation

Bi-annual Watershed Day is possible through an Animals, People and Environment (APE) Fund

PHOTOS: Lacombe Jr. High host third annual Heritage Fair

Projects included presentations, displays, excellent interviews, and showed strong research skills

Walk for Common Ground sheds light on indigenous issues

Edmonton to Calgary walk includes 30 core walkers engaging communities along the way