• Letters

    Learn new ways to take out trash

    Dear Editor,Everywhere I turn these days people are talking trash. The ridiculousness of it all prompted me to do my own research into the topic of garbage in Lacombe.
  • Letters

    Urban agriculture grows

    Dear Editor, Recently, a new initiative started here in our city of Lacombe. Following after what has happened in other cities, some of our citizens would like the freedom to have ...
  • Letters

    Storm clean up appreciated

    Dear Editor,The spirit of “community” is still alive and well in Lacombe.On July 20 our home in English Estates, as well as many of our neighbours, were hit hard by ...
  • Clean up after storm continues

    Residents are still cleaning up after July 20 violent wind storm. Ruth Riffin from Rosedale Valley called the Globe to say that their area was hit hard as well with trees ...
  • Column

    Minimizing partisan attacks the right move

    It’s refreshing to see a party leader try to reign in partisan attacks.“Don’t go over the top in attacking the NDP,” is exactly what United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney ...
  • Column

    Want to reach youth? Engage them

    Considering the number of times I’ve heard the provincial NDP and federal Liberal election wins blamed on young voters, you’d think more conservative minded people would try to engage young ...
  • Column

    Trudeau continues his fake feminist jig

    For once, I’d just like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to prove me wrong.I’ve called him a fake feminist from the beginning, what with his throwing around of the term like ...
  • Letters

    Community shares obligation

    Dear Editor, In view of the current debate over Lacombe’s solid waste management practices, the letter written by Margrit de Graff warrants serious consideration.
  • Library's got talent

    Sound words of advice, therefore you know they were uttered by a child. “Miss Mary, if you got a haircut you might not look so old!” Sometimes the truth is ...
  • No more ‘wakes’ weeks

    The book sale at the library was a very successful event , raising money for the library and giving pleasure to many people.
  • Neighbours help neighbours

    Saturday night’s summer storm was the hot topic around coffee row the past few days. When the hail started hitting my window I thought it would definitely crack or bust it.
  • City responsive to developer needs: Mayor

    As Lacombe grows and develops over time, residents can rest assured that the city’s Planning and Development Services – which is responsible for coordinating land use matters with council and ...
  • More than a library

    The children are back! Your secrets are mine. I was informed by a three-your-old child that while we had our break from classes, her mother did not know what to ...