The Central Alberta Buccaneers are 3-3 on the season after a 14-9 loss to the Fort MacMurray Monarch July 19 at MEGlobal Field. The Monarchs are also
The Lacombe Days Parade was held July 19 throughout Lacombe as part of Lacombe Days.
Alcohol may not have been a factor in the crash, but it was involved.
Lacombe is looking to the public to help decide what should be built in Henner's Park.
Damages to the building and loss of livestock have been estimated at $5 million, following a fire that ripped through a hog barn on the Bentley Hutter
One day after cancelling the first of two Honda Indy Toronto races due to inclement weather the Verizon IndyCar Series ran back-to-back races on Sunday.
The Detroit Red Wings revealed plans for a new home on Sunday as part of a re-energizing of the Motor City's downtown core.
Ukraine accused Russia and pro-Moscow rebels on Saturday of destroying evidence as guerrillas and foreign observers faced off over access to the wreckage.
The last time Alexandra Anghel spoke to her brother Andrei was right before he boarded Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Embattled ex-Conservative Sen. Mike Duffy faces 31 fraud, breach of trust and bribery charges, the RCMP announced Thursday.
Microsoft chief executive officer Satya Nadella kicked off one of the largest layoffs in tech history on Thursday.
Horses and camping gear in tow, people from all over Alberta flocked to Cardston to spend a beautiful day horseback riding during this year’s Battle R