Local News

Lacombe Council keeps tax rate to 2.8% inflation rate

Average home in Lacombe will see $12 per month increase

Disruption to Lacombe recycling service could be imminent

Over budget bid leads to possible end of curbside recycling pick-up

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LCHS Hair Massacure supports children's charities
Lacombe-Ponoka heads to the polls
UCP Incumbent Nominee for Lacombe-Ponoka Ron Orr
NDP Nominee for Lacombe-Ponoka Doug Hart

Highlights of the Lacombe County council meeting – May 9th, 2019

The next regular council meeting is Thursday, May 23, 2019

Lacombe County Council approves 2019 Final Budgets & Tax Rates

Tax increases 2.0% for residential, 3.5% for farmland and 4.5% for non-residential

Blackfalds RCMP came across break and enter in progress

Suspects charged with two counts of break and enter and resist arrest

Lacombe Foundation introduces design concept for Lacombe Lodge, Parkview Manor

Feasibility study currently underway to determine cost of redevelopment

Call for Blackfalds Days 2019 Parade submissions

The theme for 2019 is ‘Small Town, Big Dreams’

Lacombe Police Service introduces Coffee with a Cop

Constable Bleasdale will be available to speak with the public about any ideas, problems or concerns

Lacombe Police arrest truck thief in possession of meth

Several break and enter instruments found in stolen vehicle

Teen vaping on the rise according to ASBA Zone 4 trustees

Central Alberta trustees encourage government to address significant number of youth who are vaping

WCPS: What we did for students today

Wolf Creek Public Schools board meeting - May 2, 2019

PHOTOS: Ever Active Schools takes Lacombe students outside

École James S. McCormick School welcomes outdoors learning opportunity

Ellis Bird Farm seasons starts on Victoria Day

37th year features excitement, many updates and new projects around the site

WATCH: Lacombe County asks: Are you 72-Hour Ready?

May 5th to 11th is Emergency Preparedness Week

World’s Largest Lure coming to Len Thompson Pond in Lacombe

Monument celebrates legacy of family business, central Alberta fishing and the community of Lacombe

Deborah Van Delden appointed new principal for Lacombe’s Terrace Ridge School

Van Delden received a Master of Education in Educational Studies from the UofA in 2008

Fire Advisory lifted for Lacombe County

‘Even with the wet, cool weather, it’s important for the public to be cautious with controlled burns’