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Central Alberta naturalists fear pristine headwaters will be contaminated by coal mine

Chutes of the Ram constitute one of Earth’s ‘most beautiful’ spots

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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
Local day home gets a special drive-by surprise

Sylvan Lake RCMP lay child luring charge

David Brown, 38, of Sylvan Lake was arrested on May 26 after a complaint received on May 19

Testing wastewater could give early warning of second wave of COVID-19

Testing wastewater could give early warning of second wave of COVID-19

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.

COVID-19 recovered cases continue to rise in Alberta

69 more recoveries Tuesday, bringing the total to 6,048

  • May 26, 2020

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.

Drug trafficking charges laid in central Alberta investigation

Investigation included Ponoka, Brazeau, Leduc counties

Leduc RCMP investigating single vehicle collision

The driver was transported by STARS air ambulance to the University of Alberta hospital.

Wetaskiwin RCMP arrest impaired driver following police car ramming

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

Leduc RCMP seek assistance in locating stolen boat and trailer

The boat and trailer were stolen from a business in the Leduc Industrial Park.

Who is at highest risk of exposure to COVID-19? Firefighters, drivers, pharmacists, cooks

Central Alberta firefighter says virus taking toll on mental health

City of Red Deer down to one confirmed active case of COVID-19

18 new cases were confirmed across the province Saturday

Central Alberta woman recognized by province for making hospital gowns

Northern Lights Volunteer Recognition program honours Christine Engel

Breaking: County warns to avoid driving on local gravel roads unless absolutely necessary

Current gravel road driving conditions are being deemed dangereous by the County of Wetaskiwin.

Area teen crowned Miss Teenage Central Alberta

Sophia Lia, 15, earned the crown in her first pageant and is spreading the message of mental health