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.
When one hears the phrase about wanting to “give back to the community” it’s usually because someone wants to do something beneficial because they feel fortunate to be part of the town in which they are residing.
Saskatchewan recently has had a disgusting record when it comes to impaired driving. Pathetic, actually.
With the Swift Current Chamber of Commerce having just honoured its best businesses Oct. 14 with the Spirit of Swift Current Awards, it’s fitting that some more city businesses were honoured provincially Oct. 22.
The Brooks Chamber of Commerce honoured its best Oct. 21 during its annual Business of the Year Awards Gala at the Heritage Inn which also featured high-profile Calgary Flames executive Brian Burke.
When the Honourable Stephanie McLean, provincial minister of Service Alberta and the Status of Women, addressed a crowd of mostly women in the Crowfoot Room at the Medicine Hat College Oct. 20, she asked how many were considering running in the next provincial election or office in general.