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The Heartland Belles celebrated Stettler history with tea and snacks in the P&H grain elevator, followed by a tour on Thursday, July 17.
“I was so happy to see my name on the roster list. It was pretty unbelievable; I’m super happy about it.” DACIA GRAMLICK
For a brief moment, the sky was filled with brightly coloured dots as residents who wanted to remember loved ones
The Stettler Airport was filled with smoke and the sounds of engines revving at the Stettler Car Club’s annual 1/8 mile shoot out
Stettler town council discussed neighbourhood block party guidelines at their regular meeting on Tuesday, July 15
Tourists riding on the steam train to Big Valley got the chance to go back in time and see a variety of vintage cars
The Communities in Bloom judges will be evaluating Stettler on July 25 in the International Challenge (small) category.
There has been some shake-up in the Town of Stettler recently, with Rob Stoutenberg retiring as CAO and Greg Switenky taking his place.
Red carpet, paparazzi, movie stars, and an after party…these words together usually mean “Hollywood”, but in this case, it was Stettler.
“For them to think of someone or something else is pretty amazing ... especially at such a young age.” MICHELLE FISHER
The U18 girls’ soccer team brought home the silver and the fair play award at this year’s provincials in Edson on July 11 to 13.
“Calgary treats us really good." SCOTT SCHIFFNER
As part of the annual Crazy Daze celebrations in Stettler, the local Rotary club put on a garage and bake sale
Stettler’s annual Crazy Daze took over the town on July 9-11, with many events and sales taking place over those days.
Though the sun was frequently hidden by clouds and there was a tiny bit of rain
“This playground will be a great addition for children and adults to use while using other amenities in the location.” ALISON BAIRD
The Stettler Scouts are struggling to continue to offer the program in Stettler due to the lack of desperately-needed volunteers.
Stettler’s Elks are celebrating 90 years of helping out the community this year with a celebration in the park on Wednesday, July 16.
While the Endiang gymkhana typically goes until 5 p.m., this year on Canada Day there were so many people entered
Over 500 attendees came out to West Stettler Park to celebrate Canada’s birthday last week