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Light Armoured Vehicle arrives in Lacombe

Light Armoured Vehicle arrives in Lacombe

Monument pays tribute to service of Afghanistan veterans
ECHO Lacombe announces support for Neighbourhood Life Coffee Bike

ECHO Lacombe announces support for Neighbourhood Life Coffee Bike

To book the coffee bike, visit www.goodneighbourcoffee.ca
Grant Creasey will be running for mayor this October

Grant Creasey will be running for mayor this October

City businessman wants to see better connections between residents and local government
Lacombe Police Service presents annual police report to City council

Lacombe Police Service presents annual police report to City council

Drops in several types of crime but a 73% jump in family disputes, says LPS chief
Stolen vehicle found on fire in a field east of Hwy. 2A and 63rd St.

Stolen vehicle found on fire in a field east of Hwy. 2A and 63rd St.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Lacombe Police Service
Crews clean up after windstorm as City of Red Deer issues state of emergency

Crews clean up after windstorm as City of Red Deer issues state of emergency

Winds peaked at 112 km/hr with 30% of the City losing power at one point
Lots of new touches for this year’s Canadian Badlands Passion Play

Lots of new touches for this year’s Canadian Badlands Passion Play

Organizers say this year’s rendition is based on the Gospel of Luke
Chris Ross enters the race for Lacombe City council

Chris Ross enters the race for Lacombe City council

Ross serves as chair of Lacombe Days and is involved with other community initiatives
Three-car pile-up on Northstar Drive and 58th Street

Three-car pile-up on Northstar Drive and 58th Street

No injuries reported at Thursday afternoon incident
Caden Johnson heading to Los Angeles for Braille Challenge 2017

Caden Johnson heading to Los Angeles for Braille Challenge 2017

Central Alberta boy amongst top youth braille readers/writers in North America