Rimbey

Rimbey’s fire brushed history

Fire Prevention Weeks runs Oct. 3 - 9

  • Oct 9, 2021

 

Crews work to revive Ronan a 4 year old husky. (Photo submitted)

Crews revive dog trapped in fire

Rimbey emergency crews revived a dog that was trapped in a basement…

  • Oct 2, 2021

 

Kamrynn Klatt made it around the barrels with 16.880 in the first round on Sunday.	(Christi Albers-Manicke/RIMBEY REVIEW)

AHSRA Rocky/Rimbey & Area Youth Rodeo

Rimbey played host to the Alberta High School Rodeo Association this past…

  • Sep 30, 2021

 

Blaine Calkins, CPC

Meet the candidate: Red Deer – Lacombe (CPC)

Blaine Calkins, CPC Current occupation: Licensed Medical Laboratory Technologist What are the…

  • Sep 14, 2021
Blaine Calkins, CPC
The charred remains of Terry Bearden’s rural property near Rimbey. (Photo submitted)

Rural-Rimbey property owner offers $5k award for arson info

Retirement dreams up in flames in a matter of minutes

The charred remains of Terry Bearden’s rural property near Rimbey. (Photo submitted)
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Rimbey resident avid author despite Parkinson’s

Wins more accolades for her writing

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The Bellows family on vacation last year in Mexico. L-R: Angel, Ryan, Darrel, Grace and Michael. (Photo submitted)

Rimbey community rallying behind family after cancer diagnosis

Michael Bellows, 12, a ‘strong, resilient kid’ says father

The Bellows family on vacation last year in Mexico. L-R: Angel, Ryan, Darrel, Grace and Michael. (Photo submitted)
Members of the Ponoka County West District Fire Department handled a few grass fires Saturday afternoon. The warm weather and heavy winds recently helped create ideal grass fire conditions.                                Photos courtesy of the Ponoka County West District Fire Department

Grass fires keep Rimbey firefighters busy

Ponoka County firefighters battle two grass fires near Rimbey

Members of the Ponoka County West District Fire Department handled a few grass fires Saturday afternoon. The warm weather and heavy winds recently helped create ideal grass fire conditions.                                Photos courtesy of the Ponoka County West District Fire Department