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PHOTO: Lacombe Look Back

Champion dairy animals at 4-H sale in 1963

Cilantro and Chive ‘Chicken Parmesan Burger’ supports Lacombe Food Bank

Cilantro and Chive owner Rieley Kay was thrilled to hand over a cheque

2020 Lacombe property tax notices being mailed out

Property taxes are due and payable without penalty if recieved at City Hall by Dec. 31, 2020.

Sylvan Lake RCMP lay child luring charge

David Brown, 38, of Sylvan Lake was arrested on May 26 after a complaint received on May 19

Lacombe’s 2020/2021 Capital Works Program sees significant road infrastructure improvements

Council Monday approved six projects for rehabilitative construction and improvements

Lacombe’s Local Improvement Tax Policy intended to ensure fairness

Local improvement can be initiated by the City based on direction from Council

Lacombe Council approves 2020 property tax rate

Most residential and non-residential property owners will see a decrease in their property tax bill

Lacombe’s Jo(E) Social Media opening Youth Creative to nurture online dreams

Youth Creative designed to help kids explore entrepreneurship within social media

Testing wastewater could give early warning of second wave of COVID-19

Testing wastewater could give early warning of second wave of COVID-19

COVID-19 recovered cases continue to rise in Alberta

69 more recoveries Tuesday, bringing the total to 6,048

  • May 26, 2020

City of Lacombe council highlights – May 25, 2020

Next scheduled Council Meetings is June 1, 2020, at 5 p.m. (Committee)

Town of Blackfalds denied AB Family Resource Network Funding

Town of Blackfalds, Lacombe FCSS applied for ‘hub and spoke’ Family Resource Network funding

Lacombe salon alters cleaning procedures to protect clients, staff

Hairapy owner pleased to be able to ‘do what they do best’ again

Who is at highest risk of exposure to COVID-19? Firefighters, drivers, pharmacists, cooks

Central Alberta firefighter says virus taking toll on mental health

City of Red Deer down to one confirmed active case of COVID-19

18 new cases were confirmed across the province Saturday