It is a pleasant but also sad thing to go take down the Christmas cards received this past Christmas.
As we embark on a new year filled with hope, expectation and excitement for our community, I would like some time to reflect on some of the City of Lacombe’s many accomplishments in 2016, and take a peek at initiatives planned for 2017.
In these difficult times, we must remind ourselves who we are and what we do.
Perhaps the World Junior Hockey Championships should’ve been billed as the “Dress Like a Seat” tournament.
I am a landlord in Lacombe and I have observed something that I wish to command.
Now that the New Year celebrations are behind us, we can get down to our regular business and hope for a good year.
Every week it seems another news item heralds the imminent demise of the human-operated automobile. Latest to the party is Canada's BlackBerry, which aims to recast itself as a maker of software for autonomous cars. That's fine.
There are a number of ways to win an African election. The simplest is to win the most votes, but this is hard if you've been the president for a long time and people are getting fed up with your rule.
Visiting British Columbia is like going to a foreign land without using your passport.
Tricia McCauley was an actor, herbalist and spiritualist in this city. A gentle soul, they said.