Mark Weber

Town of Stettler continues to navigate its way through COVID-19 crisis

Municipality is in steady communications with surrounding communities as well

Stettler Learning Centre staff gearing up for move in May

Grand opening celebrations slated for the fall

Rimbey community agencies continue to serve the public amidst funding cuts, pandemic concerns

‘Basically, we are trying to fill in some of these gaps, which Neighbourhood Place has always done’

Christ-King Catholic School staff keeping up connections with students

Breakfast funding is being re-directed to support the community as well

Central Alberta machinists wanting to help develop ventilator prototype

Prototype was developed by former Stettler resident Peter Brockley

Stettler couple brightens up the community with online Sunday afternoon sing-alongs

Doug and Shirley McKay play a variety of favourite tunes at 2 p.m. via Facebook

Stettler Auction Mart continues operations with heightened safety precautions

“We’ve had those online capabilities for awhile — all of our sales are online every week”

Stettler’s Lillian Kirtley lands the top prize in the STARS Lottery!

Kirtley and her husband Bill have 2.8 million reasons to smile

Stettler Emergency Services personnel will be doing an ‘appreciation parade’

Event is to show appreciation to both front line and essential workers in Stettler

Rimbey Food Bank continues to serve the community in the face of pandemic concerns

Heightened demand is expected over the coming months

Virtual visits for Stettler Big Brothers Big Sisters youth and mentors

This year’s Awesome Auction, which was set for May, has been postponed

History book committee continues to need your help

Organizers are seeking local family stories, histories and photos

Former Stettler resident helps to develop a potential prototype ventilator

Peter Brockley, who now lives in the West Kootenays, was a teacher at William E. Hay Secondary Campus

UPDATE: Stettler Elementary and Heartland Youth Centre staff ‘reconnect’ with local youngsters

Youngsters were happy to see their teachers and mentors drive by and wave a friendly hello

The Stettler District Music Festival has been cancelled

The event normally runs for nine days and can attract hundreds of entries

The Stettler Board of Trade is working to assist businesses as they alter or even cancel operations

The Board of Trade is collecting emergency information from businesses in regard to the current COVID-19 pandemic

Stettler Special Needs Support Group has organized a fun search activity that can involve the whole family

Signs of Curious George have been set up in various locations arond town

Tips for helping to ward off fear and anxiety during the pandemic

Alberta Health Services offers a number of tips and strategies to help people cope

The Stettler Board of Trade has launched the Business Resources Support Form

The form will assess assets and measure the needs of businesses resulting from emergency restrictions and regulations