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Herbert Meister lands jail time as part of a conditional sentence

Herbert Meister, who was charged in relation to the death of his hunting partner in 2009, has been given a nearly two-year conditional

Blackfalds adopts snow and ice policy

Blackfalds has adopted a new policy to get rid of ice and snow.
Poppy campaign underway as Remembrance Day approaches

Poppy campaign underway as Remembrance Day approaches

Local Legion to host several events to honour veterans and the fallen
Light Up the Night is back and better than ever

Light Up the Night is back and better than ever

This year’s Light Up The Night festival is promised to be bigger and better than years previous thanks to generous sponsors
BOLT regional transit continuing to run smoothly

BOLT regional transit continuing to run smoothly

Just over two months since its inception, BOLT is running better than planned, officials say.
Blackfalds lands provincial award for Abbey Centre

Blackfalds lands provincial award for Abbey Centre

The Town of Blackfalds is the recipient of the 2014 Alberta Recreation and Parks Association (ARPA) A.V. Pettigrew Award.

Flu immunization clinics now in Central Alberta

Influenza season begins as early as October and on a bad year, can head into April, officials say.

Council extends 30 km/h zone on 50 Ave.

At a regular meeting on Oct. 27th, Lacombe City council voted to continue the 30 km/h speed limit on 50 Ave. downtown and furthermore
Canadian flags commemorate fallen soldiers

Canadian flags commemorate fallen soldiers

One hundred and sixteen flags are currently lining Hwy. 11 near Sylvan Lake in honour of Canadian soldiers who have lost their lives.
Firefighters save Lacombe home after vehicle fire

Firefighters save Lacombe home after vehicle fire

A home is still standing in Lacombe after firefighters quickly extinguished a vehicle fire on Monday afternoon.