Barnside Productions and the Friends of Guatemala are bringing the Broadway stage to Central Alberta with their latest production.
Recently we learned about health concerns at the long term care facility in the Lacombe Hospital.
Last week was Emergency Preparedness Week, when governments and organizations encouraged Canadians to get prepared for emergencies by putting together family emergency kits.
Farmers and agricultural producers will have the opportunity to have their farm vehicles inspected as part of a two-day voluntary safety check being done by Lacombe County.
Students at James S. McCormick School had the opportunity to experience the wild from the comfort of their school gymnasium last week.
Burman University has once again had their application to join the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) rejected.
Foreign money funnelled towards Canadian political advocacy groups affected the outcome of the 2015 federal election, according to a document filed.
After success in karts, Austin Riley continues to inspire as he prepares for his first race in the Nissan Micra Cup.
Two firm hands on the wheel and an attentive set of senses can go a long way to avoid catastrophe.
OTTAWA — Never a dull moment.
Offering inferior cars with a domestic badge is a sure way of slaughtering sales in Europe.
Most of us know floods can do serious damage to basements and houses, but not everyone is aware of the consequences too much water brings to cars.