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A total of 30 teams competed in this year’s Cervus Equipment Farmers and Farmerettes Bonspiel
While Stettler’s churches share much in common — both in terms of their beliefs, and their outreach in the community
Their marriage predates the United Nations, The Ed Sullivan Show and the Cold War, and after 70 years it’s still going strong.
Stettler’s junior varsity girls’ basketball team had a successful weekend in Lacombe, going undefeated
Stettler’s Peewee girls team hosted the Whitecourt Tar Energy Wolverines in back-to-back games
Stettler’s Bantam hockey teams shone last weekend as they hosted an invitational tournament
An appeal from the board of Bar Harbour Camp has raised thousands in donations from former campers and other supporters since last fall.
The Red Willow Agricultural Society board got an infusion of new blood as it welcomed several new members
Stettler’s senior boys’ basketball team reached the finals in a tournament in Lacombe’s Central Alberta Christian
Stettler’s junior varsity girls basketball team remained upbeat after a narrow loss to Red Deer’s Hunting Hills
Stan Eichhorn said things were looking up at this year’s P&H Elevator Preservation Society Christmas dinner
Playing loud music on the Thanksgiving weekend earned a Stettler woman a $100 fine and a scolding from a provincial court judge.
Stettler music lovers got a late dose of holiday cheer when the Cantus Choir presented its annual Christmas
Despite coach Doug Smith’s hopes to the contrary, the Stettler Lightning’s first game of the new year
After back-to-back losses to the Tofield Satellites this past weekend, the Big Valley Oil Kings will look for some “redemption”
Twelve Novice hockey teams faced off in a fun tournament held at the Stettler Recreation Centre
Stettler’s Bantam girls hockey team rang in the New Year with a 6-3 win over the Leduc Ritchie Bros. Bantam female Roughnecks.
The Alberta Prairie Railway was a hot ticket last week as hundreds of kids, parents and other guests rode the rails for free.
Students from Christ-King Catholic School added a touch of the holidays to three seniors residences in Stettler on Thursday, Dec. 18.
For the second year in a row, Santa Claus strapped on his skates and took to the ice with local kids at the Stettler Recreation Centre.