Fire ravages home in Bashaw

Two people are without a home in Bashaw following a fire caused in part by a storm

VIDEO: Hide your picnic baskets, the bears are out

Conservation officers are expecting to see highest number of bears in recent years this summer

UPDATE: Sears Canada closing 59 of its stores across Canada

Roughly 2,900 jobs expected to be lost, amid restructuring.

Neil Thorogood remembered through the second annual Memorial Golf Tournament

A committed Kinsman and community member, Thorogood was also passionate about golf.

Stettler Town and Country Museum’s long-time volunteer Wilda Gibbon honoured

A gazebo dedication ceremony in honour of Wilda Gibbon was held on Saturday afternoon, June 19.

Fire at Big Valley Transfer Station

A substantial fire at the transfer station has resulted in its closure until further notice.

Stettler and area under severe thunderstorm warning

When thunder roars, go indoors, says Environment Canada.

25 per cent of organs donated in B.C. came from fentanyl overdose deaths

In the first six weeks of 2017, B.C. Transplant says there were 20 organ donors in the province

Summer vacation crime prevention tips for Stettler and area residents

Criminals do not take vacations, so protect yourself when you do, says Alberta RCMP

Stettler’s Pfeiffer House of Music to close doors by end of July this year

After five decades of successful operation, local music business to close doors.

County of Stettler provided with more than $42K through Alberta’s Strategic Transportation Infrastructure Program

Much-needed funds will help bridge maintenance projects in Big Valley and Red Willow.

Clearview honours Aimee Roste and Douglas Hugh Gillard at their annual Recognition Night

Edwin Parr nominee and 2017 Clearview Award of Merit recipient, among those recognized.

Wm. E. Hay celebrates the arts at its annual gala

Stettler and area community recognize upcoming local talents.

KidSport BBQ fundraiser hosted by Stettler businesses

Three local businesses came together to host a BBQ fundraiser for Stettler KidSport.

Stettler’s Steel Wheel Stampede a big draw despite weather

Next year Stampede will celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Stettler’s much-loved baker Floris Blokland leaves $25K

In appreication of the community support Blokland received through decades.

Nature’s Path Foods granola recalled due to possible Listeria

The recall is for Coconut & Cashew Butter Crunchy Granola with a best-before date of March 2, 2018

Canada not so great for kids compared with other rich countries: UNICEF

It’s a myth that Canada’s the best place in the world to grow up, the report says

Company issues recall on 7 Iogo yogurt products

Ultima Foods says yogurt may contain pieces of plastic

Local libraries benefit from provincial funding

The Alberta government is providing $50 million this year to improve access and services at libraries.

  • Jun 1st, 2017