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It was only a short time ago that Victim Services was challenged with the pending retirement of Jennie Blakely.
Wetaskiwin-Camrose MLA Bruce Hinkley visits local victim services.
The engineering firm RPM Consultant Services are the prime consultants for the Winfield Agriplex project.
The Legion Arms challenged council for the Wetaskiwin Community Transportation Society Walker-thon fundraiser at the Wetaskiwin Mall.
Nestled among trees on the corner of 45th Avenue and 55th Street in Wetaskiwin is an elephant.
On March 17 Ian Koop was lying in a hospital bed in the intensive care unit in the University of Alberta Hospital contemplating his future.
The City of Wetaskiwin engineering and development department has been active since February 23, their last report presented to council.
The following are brief highlights of the City of Wetaskiwin meeting. For more detailed information contact Frank Coutney, CAO 780-361-6223.
Wetaskiwin County has declared an agricultural disaster to draw attention to drought conditions.
The bonus; on July 19, Do Something, a not-for-profit organization, was hosting a toonie carnival at the spray park location.
Just west of Coal Lake and southeast of Edmonton is a 104-acre (42 hectares) parcel of land.
The City of Wetaskiwin Land Use Bylaw 1804-13 does not identify medical marihuana production facilities (MMPF) as a use.
Peace Hills Park is located outside of the City of Wetaskiwin corporate limits and therein lies the crux of the problem.
Three board members were recognized at the Association’s AGM for providing the Rosebrier Crime Watch with 30 years of service.
City manager Ted Gillespie indicated on July 14 that he intended to retire from the position effective September 4.
Reducing the amount of nutrients that wash into the lakes will eventually reduce the frequency and intensity of blue-green algae blooms.
The Chamber of Commerce claimed, “A carnival atmosphere will electrify the city with our Wetaskiwin Summer Festival.”
For more detailed information contact Frank Coutney, CAO (780) 361-6223.
It’s important to acknowledge there is a limit to how much the taxpayer can subsidize recreation.
The Wetaskiwin Curling Club and the Wetaskiwin Gymnastics were justifying why they were vying for the same recreational space.