Megan Roth

Innisfail-Sylvan Lake elects its new MLA

The by-election was held in the riding on July 12

Results from the 101st Benalto Stampede

Compeitors came from around North America to compete in the annual rodeo

PHOTOS: Benalto’s 101st annual Fair and Stampede

Photos from Benalto’s rodeo performance

The province says it is ready for cannabis legalization

The legalization of pot is expected by Oct. 17

UPDATE: Austin Thompson has been located

RCMP thank the public for their assistance

Embrance your inner child

Collecting new toys for my “Shrine of Awesome”

By-election called for Innisfail-Sylvan Lake

The Alberta Government made the announcement June 14

Attorneys say resolution near in MacIntyre case

MacIntyre’s case was heard in Red Deer Provincial Court on June 4

Alberta Ministers pleased with new pipeline deal

Ministers of Transportation and Municipal Affairs Brian Mason and Shaye Anderson say it’s a good day

Alberta Party names candidate for upcoming byelection

The Alberta Party made the announcement May 24 at the lighthouse in Sylvan Lake

Trial for man accused of 2006 Eckville murder “unreasonably delayed”

Lacombe’s Shayne Gulka is awaiting trial for the 2006 murder of Bradley Webber

Farm equipment causing power outages in Central Alberta

According to Fortis Alberta the number of outages caused by farm equipment is on the rise

Rights for a preliminary inquiry waved by former MLA

Former UCP MLA Don MacIntyre faces charges of sexual assault and sexual interference

Three charged in home invasion, identity of fourth unknown

Rimbey RCMP has charged three individuals in connection to a home invasion and assault

Girl First changes on the horizon for Girl Guides

Sylvan Lake Guide Leader A.J. Lichty says she is excited for the upcoming program shift

AACS receives funding from Red Deer County for life saving equipment

Red Deer County approved funding for $35,000 to AACS

Localized flooding in Red Deer County

The rapidly melting snow is causing overland flooding in some areas

UPDATE: Accident on Hwy. 11A involves school bus

No injuries to the 8 children but the pickup driver had to be extricated with undetermined injuries

AACS on schedule for May opening

There is still work to be done on the service before opening, according to Susan Samson

Impaired driving laws will soon change

Changes to impaired driving laws will come into effect on April 9