Mark Weber

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Lots of fun and learning to be found at the brand new ‘Market Buds’ program

Activities to run the gamut from outdoor games, treasure hunts and storytelling to seed planting and interactive games

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Stettler and area’s ninth annual Eco Excellence Awards have been announced

This year’s recipients include Louise Damen, Joanne Pinder, Jan and Bob Richardson and the Jewel Theatre

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Pictured here are Stettler-based band The Jazz Guys, who launch this season’s Entertainment in the Park series at West Stettler Park on June 23rd. photo submitted

Stettler’s The Jazz Guys launch ‘Entertainment in the Park’ season June 23rd

This year’s festivities will consist of the following 10 free concerts

Pictured here are Stettler-based band The Jazz Guys, who launch this season’s Entertainment in the Park series at West Stettler Park on June 23rd. photo submitted
Pictured here are several ‘utility pedestal wraps’ around town which are just one of the projects on the go by Stettler’s Heartland Beautification Committee.
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Keep up the good work, Stettler! Walk ‘n’ Roll Challenge gains momentum

Meanwhile, the Heartland Beautificaiton Committee continues to work to ‘better’ the community

Pictured here are several ‘utility pedestal wraps’ around town which are just one of the projects on the go by Stettler’s Heartland Beautification Committee.
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Pictured here is Corrie Fryters, a resident of Stettler Points West Living, with one of the care packages recently distributed via a project by the Town of Stettler, the County of Stettler and the Stettler Public Library. photo submitted

Residents at Points West enjoyed a busy Seniors Week

Highlights included cake, some live music and special gifts from the community

Pictured here is Corrie Fryters, a resident of Stettler Points West Living, with one of the care packages recently distributed via a project by the Town of Stettler, the County of Stettler and the Stettler Public Library. photo submitted
Member Terry Parsons’ custom built track vehicle.

Forestburg’s Area 53 Racetrack gears up for action-packed season

Site will also host a portion of the ‘Miles of Mayhem’ event in July

Member Terry Parsons’ custom built track vehicle.
Lewis Hannah, Joshua Lopez and Kate Palpalatoc ‘beat the heat’ during a fun afternoon of cooling off at Christ-King Catholic School recently,
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Christ-King Catholic School rounds out an unprecendented year

‘I think everyone is going to have that renewed appreciation for everything we are able to do again’

Lewis Hannah, Joshua Lopez and Kate Palpalatoc ‘beat the heat’ during a fun afternoon of cooling off at Christ-King Catholic School recently,
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Collection of art projects and gifts for Seniors’ Week a big success

‘We would like to thank everyone who has participated and helped make this project a reality’

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Douglas said that despite the rainy weather this past Saturday, the trek into Red Deer was an absolute blast. photo submitted

UPATE: Stettler’s Scott Douglas handcycled to Red Deer to benefit Spinal Cord Injury Alberta

At last count, Douglas had already significantly surpassed his fundraising goal

Douglas said that despite the rainy weather this past Saturday, the trek into Red Deer was an absolute blast. photo submitted
MP Damien Kurek

MP Damien Kurek hosts interactive town hall meeting

‘I’m really excited about the prospect of getting back into communities across Battle River-Crowfoot’

MP Damien Kurek
Stettler resident Scott Douglas is heading to Red Deer on Saturday, June 5th on his handcycle as a means of raising funds for Spinal Cord Injury Alberta. photo submitted

Stettler’s Scott Douglas is set to handcycle to Red Deer to benefit Spinal Cord Injury Alberta

Douglas is extremely grateful to the organization for its tremendous support over the years

Stettler resident Scott Douglas is heading to Red Deer on Saturday, June 5th on his handcycle as a means of raising funds for Spinal Cord Injury Alberta. photo submitted
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CARS (Caring and Resilient Youth) continues to reach out to families as the summer season kicks in

‘We try to partner with other groups in town as much as we can’

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A poem, apparently written by Robert Raymond Cook, which was the property of Susan Ball’s aunt until her passing just last month.
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Poem apparently written by convicted Stettler murderer Robert Raymond Cook surfaces in Athabasca County

Cook was executed in 1960 in connection with the slaying of his entire family in Stettler

A poem, apparently written by Robert Raymond Cook, which was the property of Susan Ball’s aunt until her passing just last month.
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Robert Raymond Cook is guarded by RCMP officers after being arrested for the murder of his father. Cook was found guilty of his father’s murder and sentenced to death by hanging. He was never charged with the murder of his stepmother and five half-siblings but was believed to be guilty. (Photo from Provincial Archives of Alberta)

Poem apparently written by convicted Stettler murderer Robert Raymond Cook surfaces in Athabasca County

Cook was executed in 1960 in connection with the slaying of his entire family in Stettler

Robert Raymond Cook is guarded by RCMP officers after being arrested for the murder of his father. Cook was found guilty of his father’s murder and sentenced to death by hanging. He was never charged with the murder of his stepmother and five half-siblings but was believed to be guilty. (Photo from Provincial Archives of Alberta)
Staff with the Stettler District Ambulance Association. photo submitted
Staff with the Stettler District Ambulance Association. photo submitted
Pictured here is Stettler resident Philippa Brysiuk speaking at the MS golf tournament in Red Deer back in 2019. Brysiuk, who was diagnosed in 2002, is dedicated to helping raise funds for the MS Society and also to raising awareness about the disease, and all the more during May which is MS Awareness Month. photo submitted

Central Alberta resident reflects on her journey dealing with MS

May is MS Awareness Month in Canada

Pictured here is Stettler resident Philippa Brysiuk speaking at the MS golf tournament in Red Deer back in 2019. Brysiuk, who was diagnosed in 2002, is dedicated to helping raise funds for the MS Society and also to raising awareness about the disease, and all the more during May which is MS Awareness Month. photo submitted
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Stettler Big Brothers Big Sisters is encouraging more ‘little sisters’ to come onboard

Serving as a mentor during this period of uncertainty with the pandemic is even more important

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Gadsby resident fighting to keep chickens on her property

Kim Cooper is hoping the courts will support her intention to keep them

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Pastor Toby Wong stands outside of the Stettler Seventh-day Adventist Church, of which he’s been leading for the past year. photo submitted

Local pastor broadens reach during pressures of ongoing pandemic

Seventh-day Adventist church is opening up from noon to 2 p.m. every Tuesday for the month of May

Pastor Toby Wong stands outside of the Stettler Seventh-day Adventist Church, of which he’s been leading for the past year. photo submitted
Nineteen-year-old Amanda enjoys a ride during a visit to Spirit’s Respite Ranch near Stettler. photo submitted

Busy days at Spirit’s Respite Ranch near Stettler

The ranch, which launched operations last summer, provides support through animal interaction

Nineteen-year-old Amanda enjoys a ride during a visit to Spirit’s Respite Ranch near Stettler. photo submitted