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City of Lacombe council highlights – April 8th, 2019

The next scheduled Regular Council Meeting is on April 23, 2019, at 5 p.m.

Szwagierczak simply hoping people’s voice will be heard

Lacombe-Ponoka candidate bringing forth Albertans discontent with status quo

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

We will turn off the taps: Kenney

UCP Leader Jason Kenney was in Sylvan Lake Monday, said if elected he will turn off the taps to B.C.

PHOTOS: 2019 Allan Cup kicks off in Lacombe

Opening Ceremonies welcomed guests from all across Canada

Raise the Rink supports new Blackfalds skating facility

Hayley Wickenheiser lends voice to community project

Sylvan Lake RCMP respond to possible oil field theft in Eckville

The male suspect was found with a sledgehammer and bear spray in the his car on April 6

WATCH: Lacombe-Ponoka candidates debate the issues at Chamber forum

Healthcare, education, taxation and seniors care were the main issues spoke about at the LMC

PHOTO: Rotary supports Lacombe Performing Arts Centre Foundation

LPACF President Grant Harder recently received a $5000 cheque from the Rotary Club of Lacombe

New Lacombe community standards bylaw public input opportunity

The City is seeking public feedback on how the proposed bylaw may affect you

Lacombe Police Commission launches community survey

Survey will be conducted from April 3 to June 30, 2019

PHOTO: Western Financial are the Lacombe Big Brothers Big Sisters Bamford House Landlord of the Month

There is currently $149,000 left owing until Big Brothers Big Sisters can be mortgage free

L.A. Vintage Machinery Club preserving Lacombe’s farming past

Club looking to renew membership with young base

Lacombe-Ponoka all-candidates forum in Ponoka draws big crowd

Candidates discussed healthcare, equalization, seniors, carbon tax, safe consumptions and crime

  • Apr 2, 2019

Lacombe doctor delivers baby in parking lot

Mother and baby are doing fine after ordeal

Lincoln Hall Society looking to save facility west of Lacombe

April 8th meeting intended to drum up community support