Is this 2018? I am disheartened by the insinuations made by a contributor in your May 10th Letters to the Editor, entitled "Feminism a cause of shootings."
Censorship isn’t how a newspaper should conduct business.
Blackfalds town council has nixed the opportunity for the public to vote on Canada 150 Mosaic Mural concept.
A little bit of rain and cooler temperatures have resulted in Lacombe County lifting its fire advisory.
It’s now official – Lacombe County ratepayers will see a property tax increase of 2.5 per cent for 2018.
Canadians expect people trying to immigrate to Canada will do so through the front door, not by climbing in through the window.
Construction season is back in Lacombe County, with several projects set to begin.
Three levels of government have finally succeeded in getting a pipeline in Alberta built.
The Village of Alix is under a boil water advisory.
The Lacombe Generals have found their title sponsor for the 2019 Allan Cup.
As if there was a need to hate the carbon tax more, it’s now coming to light that it’s sexist.
Local firefighters made the gruelling trek to the top of one of the tallest buildings in Western Canada sporting full firefighting gear as part of the fourth annual Firefighter Stairclimb Challenge.
Having recently moved to Blackfalds, I have thoroughly enjoyed reading The Lacombe Globe and the many Letters to the Editor, which was something lacking in the papers where I used to live.
The City of Lacombe’s latest addition to the public art collection marries the city’s arts culture with its music scene.
Those who give up their time and put the focus on others had their moment in the spotlight Wednesday night.