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In January, 2010, an optimistic Mr. Ron Holland was hired as the new manager of the City of Wetaskiwin economic development department.
The streets of Wetaskiwin will be filled with excited children, fun-loving teens and cheerful adults July 10-12.
It is the responsibility of Alberta Health Services to protect health, and to ensure public is aware of potential risks to their health.
We take being a citizen of Canada for granted. Many do not treasure it.
Join friends and family in celebrating Canada Day in Wetaskiwin.
Wetaskiwin wastewater effluent not up to Environment Canada’s regulations
Summary of items from Wetaskiwin council meeting on June 15.
A local youth becomes mayor of the school recently.
Special awards recognize the talent and importance of educators.
Lakedell 4-H Beef Club aids local victims services organization.
Brief highlights of the City of Weyaskiwin council meeting from June 2.
ECS students pitched in and helped beautify the By-The-Lake Park entrance recently.
A local band has done very well in landing a gig to open for recording artist Kim Mitchell.
Spiderman visits the new location of CHIPs in Wetaskiwin Mall
Wetaskiwin & District Amateur Football Association hosts annual camp for Bantam, Peewee, Atom and Novice Flag Football.
Highlights of Protective Services presentation by Leigh Sawicki to Council
Pigeon Lake Chamber of Commerce details last year's successes at AGM
Warm weather has initiated fire bans in much of the region.
Al Hegge, retired Millet Fire Department Chief, receives service award.
McHappy Days make for happier days for Wetaskiwin B&G Club