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Upset about changes happening to her school next year, one Stettler girl has decided to take her concerns to the top.
After a six-month closure for upgrades and new equipment, the Stettler County Seed Cleaning Plant is again open and ready
Stettler high school teacher Michael Kocher has been selected as the local nominee for the Alberta School Boards Association’s (ASBA)
Stettler’s Riley Norman triumphed at the Canada Cup of Fencing this past weekend, earning a bronze medal in the national competition.
More than 100 bowlers took part in the eighth annual No Tap Cash Memorial Tournament at Heartland Bowl
The Stettler OK Tire Midget Storm girls team is headed to Vermilion later this month to face off in Midget Female B provincials.
On stage, he plays the fool and the clown, deftly combining the circus and the theatre, charming and delighting audiences
At 72, Fred Bozek was among the oldest group of competitors in this year’s Alberta 55 Plus Winter Games
Stettler’s senior girls basketball team lost to Wetaskiwin in provincial semi-finals this week, capping a season
Cold Lake resident will run 2,200 km to support girl with Down syndrome
The road towards the new configuration of the Stettler schools complex continued last week
Some were starting out down the path for the first time, while others were farther along.
A Stettler mainstay for more than 65 years, Wares Jewelers is back in business under the new ownership of Robin and Annemarie Dawe.
Stettler’s schools were the site of this year’s CARA league boys and girls basketball tournaments on Saturday, Feb. 28
As Stettler’s little princesses danced the afternoon away at the community hall, they were given a reminder
Girls inspire hope for next season
The Visions Country Gospel group brought a joyful noise to Stettler last week, delighting an audience
A high school student from Stettler will represent her home province at a national youth bowling championship in Ontario in May.
Fourteen local teams competed in the Stettler Agricultural Society’s Ranch Rodeo, held Sunday, Feb. 15 at the Agriplex.
Two weeks ago, 15-year-old Riley Norman was in British Columbia to train with some of the world’s most accomplished fencers.