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It's probably a coincidence that what some people will describe as a doomsayer has just mentioned the possibility of a baby born today...
Stettler minor soccer will be proudly presented at the provincial championships with three teams, U18 girls, U14 boys and U12 boys.
Stettler has a new recycling program called "Take it or leave it", "an expanded Superfluity."
Here we are at the dawn of a new political era: The Throne Speech was written by a political leadership that is not of PC Party.
Local cowboys win two events, no qualifying bull ride in this year's rodeo
U14 and U16 boys grab bronze at annual Camrose Night Classic.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada has concluded its six-year-long work after listening to thousands of victims.
U14 girls ended up losing 2-1 to Camrose, but while the score didn't show a win, the game was not a disappointment for coach Kennedy Fisher.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has been deserted again, this time by his most important ally in his political journey.
Stettler's Midget baseball team has added yet another win to their tabulations, making it 3-0 since the beginning of the season.
We are realizing yet another grad season, with brilliant young people being sent off to the next stage of their journey.
With the dust of the provincial election having more or less settled, a polling organization announced some results.
What happened last week is nothing short of a tectonic shift in Alberta’s political landscape.
Town of Stettler and County of Stettler signed an agreement on Wednesday, May 6 resolving their differences...
Stettler’s full line up of girl soccer teams travelled to Camrose for the annual Sunbreaker tournament over the weekend...
We are in a whirlwind of an election and budget frenzy at both federal and provincial levels.
Clearview trustees alongside Superintendent Peter Barron and Associate Superintendent Peter Neale were on hand...
Canada is coming under an existential threat in terms of its food sovereignty.
Stettler Middle School (SMS) students had some sound and timely advice to listen to on Thursday, April 9.
The 21st edition of annual Byemoor Bull-a-rama attracted many rodeo lovers from near and far.