Lacombe Days is just a few weeks away, but there’s still time for volunteers to get involved.
Lacombe County ratepayers should be getting their municipal tax notices in the next week.
A 19-year-old driver from Tees was killed after hitting a light pole in a collision near Clive Friday.
The Lacombe Composite High School Rams boys’ soccer team doesn’t have the prettiest record, but they improved it Monday with their second mark in the win column.
Lacombe County is reminding all residents fireworks permits are required for those looking to sell, purchase or set off fireworks anywhere within the province of Alberta.
A total of 111 golfers showed up on Sunday, June 3, to participate in the Alumni and Community Golf Classic hosted by the Lacombe Golf and Country Club.
Over the last few months I have met with hundreds of residents, police officers, municipal officials, and business owners across our riding about the crime problem in Red Deer – Lacombe.
Despite opposition from nearby residents, plans to relocate Blackfalds’ old skateboard park equipment to Pine Crescent Park will go ahead.
Recently, a few of my fellow council members and I attended the 2018 Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Annual Conference and Tradeshow in Halifax.
Those looking to get a jump on opening up a cannabis shop or cafe in Blackfalds shouldn’t get their hopes up too high - at least not yet.
The Town of Blackfalds is inviting everyone to see what the community is all about this weekend.
Grab your dad and hit Cranna Lake this weekend for the second annual Father’s Day Canoe.
A motorcyclist was injured last Friday during a collision with a truck.
Bentley and area residents won’t be forced to drive to Lacombe for postal services – at least not for the time being.
The Town of Blackfalds now has a new communications officer in Dean Turnquist.
Ms. Josephine Small has been appointed as the First Nations Métis and Inuit Learning Supports Coach for Wolf Creek Public Schools (WCPS), effective August 30, 2018.