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With spring weather arriving, the Legion celebrated the season with their Spring Tea, held Monday afternoon, May 8 in the Legion Hall.
The Jewel Theatre hosted a free matinee screening of “Inside Out” for Stettler Elementary School students on Friday, May 5.
This year’s Donalda and District Museum Society annual fundraiser was hosted on Friday, May 5 at the Donalda Community Hall.
The event helped to demonstrate the connections between physical and mental well-being.
All three teams played last weekend, with the Novice team beating Lacoka 10 to 3.
The volunteer tax preparation program is designed to help people who can't access accounting services.
The event helped to raise funds for the upcoming rendez-vous in Big Valley, which will be held this summer from August 4 to 6.
The event was based around a 1960's theme, with rock 'n roll music performances and dancing throughout the evening.
Approximately 40 swimmers from teams in Red Deer and Sylvan Lake came to take part in the event.
Cassie Johnson faced consequences for an incident that involved several drug charges as well as charges of harassment and uttering threats.
Music students from communities across Central Alberta came to Stettler to participate in the 10-day festival.
The conference provided a balance between psychological and hands-on tools to encourage inspiration and empowerment.
The Stettler Alberta Works office invited several local organizations to share information about their career services.
Rail safety week highlights the importance of awareness around rail crossing and tracks.
The worldwide event is based on learning new skills and keeping usable items out of landfills.
The market included vendors, concession, a dance performance and plenty of fun activities for kids.
Athletes competed on exercise bikes, in the pool, and on the track to see who could cover the most distance.
The team delivered a decisive 9-2 victory against visiting Innisfail Phantoms in their first home game of the year.
Swimmers collected pledges from friends and family in the weeks leading up to the event.
“If a guy with no arms and no legs can surf and travel the world, then anybody is capable as anything,” Koch said.