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Come out and enjoy some armchair curling with the Combined Bonspiel that starts on Jan. 25
Donalda has always been a small place but not without periods of growth and decline.
The early Scandinavian settlers in our area would have celebrated, as many still do, having dinner and opening presents under the tree
Grain elevators were once landmarks of almost every farming community across the Prairies served by the railways.
A recent exhibit at the library of Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta in Camrose, celebrates the bicentennial
A recent article in this space titled “Businesses in Donalda in 1921” painted a picture of the various entrepreneurs and enterprises
The Donalda & District Museum has some interesting manuscripts in its archives.
A booklet in the museum produced by the Donalda Agricultural Society for the Fourth Annual Exhibition in 1921 reveals some interesting
We receive donations of artifacts and donations on a regular basis.
This coming week is Remembrance Day. With so much about our military in the news, I thought the story of those veterans from Donalda
The history of schools in our area is fascinating.
Hanging on the wall in the Village of Donalda office and museum complex is a large panel with plaque listing all the mayors
“Keep your eye on Donalda” was a statement in the Wetaskiwin Times newspaper from April, 1911.
Imagine meeting famous people from the past. How would you like to talk to James Gadsby who fought
One of the great things about living in Donalda is the beautiful nature around you.
The big lamp in Donalda is finally being rejuvenated. A car accident back in May knocked out the walkway to the lamp.
The weather is always a favourite topic. The recent snow is a reminder that the weather can be fickle.
One of the most historic buildings in our area is the Donalda Co-operative Creamery.
The Donalda & District Museum is famous for its collections of lamps – about 1,000 – that began with
Donalda is most famous, it seems, for the giant lamp that overlooks the Meeting Creek Coulee.