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City of Wetaskiwin’s date for reopening recreation facilities still undecided

The City wants residents to submit their thoughts on the City’s options on Facebook.

Alberta RCMP Major Crimes Unit investigating suspicious death in Leduc

Early this morning Leduc RCMP were dispatched to a house party where a male was pronounced dead.

City of Wetaskiwin celebrates Canada Day
Pipestone School Staff takes the school bus to deliver frozen treats to students at home
Crosswalks painted rainbow in Wetaskiwin for Pride month
Edmonton Black Lives Matter protest had roughly 15, 000 attendees this weekend

Lacombe man’s LOTTO 6/49 ticket wins $1,000,000 prize

Lindholm said after he recalled using the ticket checker at the Mobile Gas at 5700 Highway 2A

Rimbey woman struggling to get tested for COVID-19

Alice Bateman, 64, first reached out to her doctor about her symptoms in early March

City of Wetaskiwin no longer under a state of local emergency

Wetaskiwin’s state of local emergency was in effect for 85 consecutive days.

Experiment being conducted to keep Prussian Carp out of Gull Lake

Geotubes theoretically trap Carp eggs allowing water to be pumped into the lake

35 new COVID-19 cases in Alberta Tuesday, two active cases in Central zone

There have been 7,482 confirmed cases of the virus, with 6,882 recoveries and 151 deaths

  • Jun 16, 2020

County of Wetaskiwin Quarterly RCMP reports

Assaults and criminal harassment have increased while property crime has decreased.

Peaceful protest against racism coming to Lacombe

Lacombe Against Racism coming to LMC park on June 19

Body-worn cameras come with legal issues and privacy concerns: Lacombe Police Service

Central ALberta police service wants to take responsible approach to such technology

Alberta mopping up after storm that brought heavy rain, hail and tornadoes

Environment Canada says a tornado was spotted at 7:37 p.m. near New Dayton

37 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Alberta

Red Deer has one of two active cases in central zone

Hundreds gather for protest against racism in Innisfail

‘I think love at the end of the day will win’

Red Deer has one new confirmed active COVID-19 case

More young Albertans testing positive for COVID-19 in past few weeks

Off to the races: Lacombe’s track is first in province to host live horse racing

Will host 12 harness horse races this summer, every Sunday until the end of August

  • Jun 12, 2020