Peter Boys

Local group headed to Guatemala on service

In the New Testament, James appeals to Christians to “look after orphans and widows in their distress,”

Keirsten Docherty

Docherty wins scholarship from Alger Association

Stettler’s Keirsten Docherty is among the 18 Albertans who will receive a $5,000 scholarship through the Horatio Alger Association

Keirsten Docherty

Board discusses first steps in school reconfiguration

Clearview Public Schools trustees discussed the first steps towards the reconfiguration of Stettler’s public schools

A group of students attempts a manoeuvre in the “figure skating” event during the Love our Heart Olympics held at Erskine School on Friday

Erskine hosts Olympics with heart for playschool program

Erskine’s playschool children gave their hearts a solid workout just in time for Valentine’s Day with a morning full of games

A group of students attempts a manoeuvre in the “figure skating” event during the Love our Heart Olympics held at Erskine School on Friday
In other local hockey action: Achoo! - The Swine Flu swept into Byemoor

Bantam A beat Lacombe in season closer

Stettler’s Bantam A minor hockey team finished its regular season with back-to-back wins at home against Red Deer and Lacombe last week.

In other local hockey action: Achoo! - The Swine Flu swept into Byemoor

JV girls take consolation prize in Wetaskiwin tournament

A win over Wetaskiwin gave Stettler’s junior varsity girls the consolation title in a basketball tournament held over the weekend.

Twelve teams compete in men’s open bonspiel

A dozen teams competed in the Schnell Hardy Jones LLP Stettler Men’s Open Bonspiel, held over the weekend at the Stettler Curling Club.

Becca Schierman

Kids take charge as SRC hosts Family Day activities

Today’s kids are surrounded by electronics from an early age, with strollers being outfitted with iPad holders

Becca Schierman
Grade 12 student Katie Monaghan joins musician Robb Nash for a duet on Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” during his presentation at William E. Hay Composite High School on Wednesday

Straight talk from Robb Nash

Manitoba singer brings message of hope to local students

Grade 12 student Katie Monaghan joins musician Robb Nash for a duet on Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” during his presentation at William E. Hay Composite High School on Wednesday
Mitchell Gudgeon (14) of the William E. Hay Composite High School junior varsity boys basketball team tries to avoid the competition during their game against Red Deer’s Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School on Wednesday

Sr. boys take third place in Lacombe tournament

Stettler’s senior boys basketball team enjoyed a third-place finish in a tournament in Lacombe, ending the weekend with a win

Mitchell Gudgeon (14) of the William E. Hay Composite High School junior varsity boys basketball team tries to avoid the competition during their game against Red Deer’s Lindsay Thurber Comprehensive High School on Wednesday
Brooke Clark (5)

Sr. girls overtake Lacombe in “relentless” game

Stettler’s senior girls basketball team came from behind to defeat the Lacombe Rams in a close game at home last week.

Brooke Clark (5)
Pictured are the members of William E. Hay Composite High School’s Be the Change team: back row from left — teacher Santana Scarff

Stettler teens challenge town to meet vital need

Stettler teens challenge town to meet vital need

Pictured are the members of William E. Hay Composite High School’s Be the Change team: back row from left — teacher Santana Scarff

Philpot takes high score in Wednesday cash bowling league

Dave Philpot had the high score in Wednesday’s cash league at Heartland Bowl this week, rolling a 299 game.

Clearview transportation staff asked to consider smaller buses

Smaller buses could be on the table for the Clearview public school division in the near future, as per a motion

Dorsett acclaimed as new board of trade president

The Stettler Regional Board of Trade and Community Development welcomed Matt Dorsett as its new president

Kalysta Miller and Brandy Tyhy (at right) serve spaghetti to Joe Wardrop (far left) and Merle Hutchinson during the Heartland Youth Center’s spaghetti supper on Thursday

Spaghetti supper raises funds for HYC programming

More than 100 people attended a spaghetti supper held at the Heartland Youth Center last week, raising funds

Kalysta Miller and Brandy Tyhy (at right) serve spaghetti to Joe Wardrop (far left) and Merle Hutchinson during the Heartland Youth Center’s spaghetti supper on Thursday
Players are seen in the midst of action during a dodgeball game at William E. Hay Composite High School on Thursday

Dodgeball draws young adults to high school gym

Balls are flying fast and furious each Thursday night in the gym at William E. Hay Composite High School.

Players are seen in the midst of action during a dodgeball game at William E. Hay Composite High School on Thursday
Tristan McCollum is pictured exhibiting his form in the white and yellow belt category for competitors aged five or six years during the Dual Dragons Hammerfest tournament

Hammerfest time as martial arts school hosts annual tournament

An annual martial arts tournament drew more than 200 competitors to William E. Hay Composite High School at the end of January.

Tristan McCollum is pictured exhibiting his form in the white and yellow belt category for competitors aged five or six years during the Dual Dragons Hammerfest tournament
Tyler Matchett (15) of the William E. Hay Composite High School junior boys basketball team attempts to score during the game against Ponoka on Wednesday

JV boys enjoy surprise win over Ponoka

Stettler’s junior varsity boys basketball team returned from its semester break to enjoy a 66-52 win over Ponoka last week.

Tyler Matchett (15) of the William E. Hay Composite High School junior boys basketball team attempts to score during the game against Ponoka on Wednesday
Telus president of broadband networks Tony Geheran speaks to a group of current and former Telus employees on Wednesday

Stettler to join Telus fibre optic network this summer

Local officials are welcoming the news that Telus is bringing its fibre optic network to Stettler this year

Telus president of broadband networks Tony Geheran speaks to a group of current and former Telus employees on Wednesday