Staff of the Blackfalds Bottle Depot shared cake, coffee and giveaways with customers last Friday to celebrate the business’s first anniversary in Blackfalds.
The weather, for most part, was good and families gathered downtown at various venues for Lacombe Days this past weekend, but organizing and committee chair Chris Ross admits the event has a lot of room to grow.
The death of a former Blackfalds teen, who died on the job at a gravel crushing operation near Drumheller Saturday has sparked an investigation by Occupational Health and Safety.
With the province’s debt soaring into the $10 billion range, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) began a tour across Alberta last week to advocate for political action and spread awareness about the province’s accelerating debt.
From animal skulls to alien eggs, kids are already knee-deep in all sorts of wild experiments and activities during Red Deer College’s (RDC) summer science camps.
Lacombe saw many visitors over the four day Lacombe Days festivities and among them was PC leadership candidate Ric McIver.
The mother of a Peruvian woman who claims Mike Duffy is the father of her daughter says the suspended senator has acknowledged paternity.
A Fort Saskatchewan couple claimed a $50 million jackpot Tuesday after buying the winning ticket last December.
The United States, alarmed by escalating civilian bloodshed in an Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip, took a direct role in efforts to secure a ceasefire on Monday, as the Palestinian death toll jumped to more than 500.