Mark Weber

Communities in Bloom judges check out Stettler’s finest features

National and International results will be announced in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in September

Alberta Prairie Railways marks 30 unforgettable in the biz

Tickets purchased this year go to a special ‘luxury’ train ride for 30 guests

Stettler dancers land amazing experiences in the ‘Big Apple’

Hailie Ripley and Elisa Collard will soon be jetting off to New York City

Exploring the agricultural ‘heart’ of the region via ‘Taste of the Heartland’

Day includes bus tours, a long table dinner and a Main Street dance

New Fish and Wildlife Officer settling into the Stettler community

Mike Little took over the post in June

Calgary’s Erin Ross featured at Entertainment in the Park July 24th

Ross has performed several times in past years at the popular event

Stettler Regional Child Care Society leads the way in summer fun

It’s about offering experiences some of the children may not otherwise get to enjoy

Introducing golf to a younger generation

Stettler Golf & Country Club wraps up season’s youth programs

Troy Turner ‘Guitar Burner’ plays The Beat at the Stettler Hotel July 26th

Turner comes from a rich heritage of American blues masters

Association of Communities Against Abuse continues to broaden its reach

There are parts of the east-central region that have seen a six-fold increase in the number of intakes

A full house for the annual Farmer’s Appreciation Night

Highlights included handing down several $1,000 scholarships as well

Bullfighter Brad Boice is abolutely living his dream

A recent injury did nothing to dampen Boice’s flat-out passion for the sport

Officials declare July 12th as ‘Collector Car Appreciation Day’

Collector Car Appreciation Day was launched back in 2010

Local woman recalls potentially deadly injury from mowing the lawn

Shannon McTavish underwent extensive surgery after metal piece lodged in her neck

Children’s book marks literary first for former Stettler resident

Loree Dittrich is celebrating the release of her first book for children called No Home for a Pigeon

Learning the intricate ‘ins and outs’ of TaeKwon-do

Popular form of self-defense extends back to ancient times

Local archers off to international competition in Nashville

Deacon Barclay, Katlyne Glasier and Taylor Knudtson landed in the top 24 of NASP Canadian archers recently

Local artist captures vivid images via watercolour

Woody McGibbon continues to explore boundless possibilities via watercolour

Damien Kurek joins the race for federal Conservative local nomination

Candidate selection expected in early summer

Halkirk features intricate indoor model train display

The Halkirk Prairie Short Line Club is behind the project