It can be a bit of an oxymoron to say not putting extra self pressure about doing something creative might be the best strategy for a singer/songwriter, but for Swift Current’s Keith Kitchen, it’s worked wonders.
Nancy Csabay is Canadian Professional Rodeo Association’s top women’s barrel racer for 2016, just like 2015.
The images from the earthquake in New Zealand are startling. Roads literally chopped in half, landslides, buildings damaged, thousands of people stranded and a few lives lost are all part of the 7.8 Richter magnitude earthquake with aftershocks which took place near the small community of Kaikoura, on the east coast of the northern portion of the main island.
No trick, the the Students Association of Medicine Hat College is in need of food items already and it’s not even at the mid-point of November.
More often than not, many singers start out having a penchant for singing or playing a musical instrument at a young age. Their talent is encouraged and they improve from that point.
For a group of students from Seven Persons School, Oct. 26, 2016 will be a day they won’t soon forget and in 2016, they have had a lot of memorable moments.
Medicine Hat is just one centre in Alberta taking part in the Alberta Wide Rally Against NDP on Nov. 5. Others will take place in 11 centres from Fort McMurray and Grande Prairie, to Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary, Hanna, Lethbridge, and Medicine Hat.
Despite not having an agriculture-themed business program, students from the Medicine Hat College showed well at the prestigious Cor Van Raay Agribusiness Case Competition held Oct. 28-29 at both the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College.
Grasslands National Park officials are hoping that there are volunteers willing to make their ‘mark at the park’ next week and get some exercise out of it.
For the League of Wolves, it’s like it should be —both in the name of their last release from 2015 and also with the band’s current status.