“We’ve a Lot of Work to Do”

    Those were the words from Tim Brockelsby, a Senior Planner for the City of Edmonton, at the conclusion of Edmonton’s second of five planned conversations ...  

Leduc Rural Crime Watch Award

Cst. Mcfarlene, President Cor De Wit, Mayor Whaley.      The Farmers’ Advocate Office (FAO) has announced that the Leduc Rural Crime Watch Association ...  

13,000 HOUR DONATION

Executive Director, Petra Pfeiffer, thanks Jeannie Blakely on Appreciation evening. Whenever there is a crime or tragedy, there is a victim.           The ...  

Kids Making a Difference

The 19th annual Leaders of Tomorrow Awards Program for Wetaskiwin and area was held at the Reynolds-Alberta Museum the evening of April 7th.  This is a ...  

Taking Crime Watch by “STORM”

Taking Crime Watch by “STORM” The Angus Ridge Community Hall S.E. of Wetaskiwin was the venue for the AGM of the Rosebrier Rural Crime Watch and Range ...  

Spring Fling Spring Fling in Wetaskiwin

Mercedez Swallow creates a spotted puppy at the Spring Fling trade fair in the Wetaskiwin Drill Hall.      Wetaskiwin Chamber of Commerce hosts new features ...  

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The Old Car Detective

Father and son with 1959 Cadillac hardtop     Jamal Salam of Mississauga, Ontario, owns an American icon, a 1959 Cadillac two-door hardtop with the biggest ...  

Leduc Comp Advances

    The Leduc Comp Badminton team finished league play on Tuesday, April 8th by hosting and defeating John Paul II from Fort Saskatchewan 5 sets to none ...  

RURAL CRIME WATCH

    The organization had been undergoing a serious decline in interest until the fall of 2011 and spring of 2012 when the community experienced a rash ...  

Wetaskiwin Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast

 City of Wetaskiwin Mayor Bill Elliot shows the ribbon shirt which was given to him by Laron Northwest on behalf of the Samson Cree Nation and Maskwacis.    ...  



 
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