Assistant Managing Editor
There are starting to be generations of people who don’t know the reference to the “tainted blood scandal.”
Preliminary enrolment numbers for Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) are making central office administration and board trustees sigh with relief.
A desire to expand the facilities at the Claresholm Agriplex, but the patience to wait to do so, has resulted in the construction of the shell of a second indoor equine facility this summer.
Volunteers with the Road Watch and Collision Count projects in the Crowsnest Pass were celebrating when they saw wildlife fencing being constructed along Highway 3 in August.
Officials with Road Watch and Collision Count in the Crowsnest Pass were pleased to see after years of collecting significant data, the provincial government decide to install wildlife fencing along both sides of Highway 3 near Emerald Lake.
Work to better understand the watershed around a small creek southwest of Pincher Creek is underway, and officials with Trout Unlimited Canada (TUC) hope local residents will share their historical knowledge and information.
Ali Mullin passed over her Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede (MHES) crown just this summer, but if all goes according to plan, she could soon be wearing another one this fall.
A Hillcrest Mine Memorial Cemetery and Commemorative Park has been created to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Hillcrest Mine Disaster.
Wanting to give back to their community, the 17 members of the Lethbridge-Coaldale 4-H Beef Club were blown away by the support they in turn received in raising money through their charity calf project.
Earlier this summer wet and stormy weather forced the postponement of the 12-34 Cafe and Pub’s fundraiser benefitting two worthy charities, but the annual event is gearing up for another go Saturday, Sept. 17.