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City in favour of new police station site

A new proposed hotel development to occupy former location
School staff value police resource officers

School staff value police resource officers

The job of a school resource officer (SRO) comes with a need for flexibility.

Local man reflects on trip to study farming

In November of 2007, Ken Ditzler traveled to Nicaragua for 12 days as part of a trip sponsored by the Canadian Foodgrains

FCSS program helps with tax preparation

Tax time can be a pain for anyone, but for those who do not have the skillsets required to file their own tax returns
Dan Whalen shares story of life in and out of prison

Dan Whalen shares story of life in and out of prison

Local students learn about the harsh consequences of crime

Council more at ease with Beardsley Ave. rezoning

Proposal moves forward after councillors give project green light
Council has concerns over plans to build police station

Council has concerns over plans to build police station

Lacombe City council has some misgivings over administration’s proposed plan to design and construct the new facility

Chamber of Commerce gears up for annual trade show

Preparations for the annual Lacombe Trade Show are going smoothly for the event to take place April 11-12.

RCMP launch distracted driving campaign

Distracted driving is the focus for traffic safety partners during the month of February.

Lacombe Daycare lands donation

Western Financial Group (Western) has announced it has awarded Lacombe Daycare to be a beneficiary of a $5,000 infrastructure grant