Shaela Dansereau

A&W Wetaskiwin donates to local Food Bank

Wetaskiwin’s A&W recently raised and donated approximately $2,200 to the local Food Bank.

Beaumont RCMP investigate drive by shooting

A suspect vehicle trailed the victim’s vehicle from Edmonton to Beaumont before firing shots.

Alberta RCMP Major Crimes arrest one and search for another suspect for first-degree murder

Alberta RCMP Major Crimes investigate the suspicious death of Grand Prairie man.

City of Wetaskiwin re-opening outdoor recreation spaces in staged approach

As of Wednesday, May 27, the skate park and all City of Wetaskiwin playgrounds will re-open.

Town of Millet Playgrounds to re-open June 1

The Town of Millet will be re-opening three out of their four playgrounds June 1, 2020.

Local pre-school teacher hosts drop-by graduation for her students in her driveway

“I want them to feel celebrated and honoured.”

Wetaskiwin RCMP arrest impaired driver following police car ramming

The suspect vehicle purposefully crashed into a parked police vehicle, pushing it into the ditch.

Wetaskiwin RCMP arrest impaired driver following police car ramming

The suspect vehicle purposefully crashed into a parked police vehicle, pushing it into the ditch.

An ode to the women of agriculture

Here is to the women of agriculture. To the rubber boot wearing,…

This dog can’t resist joining in with his owner’s traditional singing

On May 17, 2020 Mason Buffalo posted a video of his brother…

City of Wetaskiwin playgrounds remain closed

City of Wetaskiwin’s Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) is reviewing when they will re-open.

Local Band’s quarantine music videos receiving international attention

Punch Drunk Cabaret has decided to forego live stream performances for music videos during COVID-19.

Parkdale School Staff hit the streets to say hi to their students

Parkdale Staff did a drive-by parade by students’ houses today to show support and say hi.

Rimbey RCMP investigate fatal motor vehicle collision

Indication that a pick-up truck collided with a bridge guardrail and rolled into the river.

What you can and can’t do around Wetaskiwin this May long weekend

Alberta’s Phase One of re-openings came just before the long weekend.

Our First Responders shouldn’t have to apologize for doing their job

There are plenty of heartwarming stories circulating right now about how sometimes…

Alberta Justice Minister addresses federal firearm ban

Alberta Justice Minister Doug Schweitzer discusses Alberta’s standpoint on the issue.

Wine Ninja has hit Wetaskiwin and area

Wetaskiwin and area women are delivering anonymous gifts to each other as part of an online trend.

Wine Ninja has hit Wetaskiwin and area

Wetaskiwin and area women are delivering anonymous gifts to each other as part of an online trend.