Lacombe residents are invited to take in a fireworks display celebrating the holiday season.
Experience the Christmas story next week with a live, outdoor re-enactment featuring live animals and narration.
Operating and capital budgets for 2018 have officially been approved by Blackfalds town council.
No one in Lacombe will have reason to spend Christmas alone, as everyone’s invited to the Lacombe Community Christmas Dinner Dec. 25.
Blackfalds RCMP discovered high value drugs during a traffic stop on the QEII Hwy near Hwy 11 on Friday, Dec. 8.
An incident involving a social media threat has resulted in two youth charged with uttering threats and mischief.
A popular Christmas song declares the holiday season to be “the most wonderful time of the year.”
Animal control in the City of Lacombe will no longer be looked after by Central Animal Services.
Patrons of St. Andrew’s United Church are hoping for a Christmas miracle.