The Bentley Generals have bought in.
The hotspot to be this Halloween in Lacombe is Ugly’s Pub, which is hosting a Halloween party and fundraiser for Kids Cancer Care Oct. 31.
With the regional BOLT transit service now two months in, representatives from the City of Lacombe visited Wolf Creek Public Schools (WCPS) to provide
In the spirit of Children’s Vision Month, Family Eyecare in Lacombe is working in conjunction with the Alberta Association of Optometrists (AAO) to sp
Lacombe County elk farmers Russell and Joanne Gwozdz brought some fame into the community with their recent win at the international antler competitio
It is one day away from Halloween, so who what better book to present in our weekly book review than the latest from the master of horror himself — St
Lacombe and District Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) celebrated another successful community fundraiser after their Sip n Savour event he
It has been a long time since there has been a good World War II film and so I had high hopes for the tank combat movie Fury with Brad Pitt. Turns out
Thanks to area PCN
Even though fire permits aren’t required after Oct. 31, fire permit regulations still apply. Fires of all types — whether they’re controlled burns, bu
Happy Halloween everyone. Our party will be over at the time of publishing this column but I’m sure we had fun and I’m sure it was exciting and I am s
Canadians across the country are beginning to get back to normal after the tragic and frightening events of this past week.
Crowds listened raptly to an assortment of speakers on mental health and child development during Wolf Creek Public Schools’ (WCPS) very first Opening