Robin Tarnowetzki

It’s time to let go of the #nomakeupselfie

If you have a Facebook, you’ve probably seen the #nomakeupselfie trend going around.

Volunteers to celebrate Earth Week by cleaning up Stettler

The Heartland Beautification Committee is looking for volunteers to help clean up Stettler at the end of April.

Scentless chamomile is one invasive weed that landowners are asked to control this spring.

Springtime means noxious weed removal for landowners

With spring comes the advent of invasive plants, and the need to educate residents on which species need to be controlled.

Scentless chamomile is one invasive weed that landowners are asked to control this spring.

Cat-owners offered purr-fect solution for lost cats

Central Alberta cat owners have the opportunity to get free microchips from two locations in Red Deer on Saturday, April 5.

What not to do on your farm

I’m a little late to get in on farm safety week, but I would still like to contribute by telling everyone what not to do.

Members of the Stettler Skating club performed the famous Broadway show Wicked to almost professional perfection on the ice of the Stettler Rec Centre on Sunday

Stettler skaters awe audiences

The Stettler Figure Skating Club showed off its skills on Sunday with a year-end performance of Wicked on Ice.

Members of the Stettler Skating club performed the famous Broadway show Wicked to almost professional perfection on the ice of the Stettler Rec Centre on Sunday
John Bailey will be remembered as having tackled serious problems faced by the Clearview School Division.

Bailey prepares to bid farewell to Clearview

Clearview school division superintendent John Bailey will remain a member of the “Clearview family” for only four more months.

John Bailey will be remembered as having tackled serious problems faced by the Clearview School Division.
Staff with the Tomorrow Project analyze samples in a lab at the Stettler Community Hall on Monday. The study centre was also open on Tuesday.

Cancer research project makes a stopover in Stettler

The long term project aims to isolate factors that lead to cancer

Staff with the Tomorrow Project analyze samples in a lab at the Stettler Community Hall on Monday. The study centre was also open on Tuesday.
$2500 donated to club by Atco Electric

Donation enriches ski club resources

Soon it will be easier and more affordable for residents to enjoy the Valley Ski Hill near Alliance.

$2500 donated to club by Atco Electric
Stettler figure skaters rehearse their routine last week as they prepare for this Sunday’s season-ending carnival performance at the Stettler Recreation Centre.

Stettler skaters to step into showtime spotlight

The Stettler Figure Skating Club is gearing up to have its annual year-end carnival this Sunday

Stettler figure skaters rehearse their routine last week as they prepare for this Sunday’s season-ending carnival performance at the Stettler Recreation Centre.

Internet shortage frustrates Stettler-area residents

Capacity issues on agenda for next three to six months

Darrin Bosomworth of Artemis Computers has spearheaded efforts to rectify Stettler’s Internet shortage.

Internet shortage snags town

Town council and local businesses are trying to find a solution to an Internet shortage affecting Stettler.

Darrin Bosomworth of Artemis Computers has spearheaded efforts to rectify Stettler’s Internet shortage.

Town council considers bylaw to catch up with cats in Stettler

Town council has discussed a bylaw that would allow the town to regulate cats in Stettler.

No go for Castor pastry shop on TV show

Today’s Sweet Cakery didn’t get the call from the Dragons’ Den TV show, but Cody Borek isn’t dwelling on the rejection.

Proposed costs increase for Stettler’s would-be skatepark

Proponents of a new skatepark for Stettler hope to clear final planning hurdles within months.

SIGN OF THE TIMES — The accumulation of snow

Another water-main break causes headaches in Stettler

Stettler has experienced two water-main snags in the past two weeks

SIGN OF THE TIMES — The accumulation of snow
Assistant chief administrative officer Greg Switenky will become the Town of Stettler’s CAO after Rob Stoutenberg’s retirement in June

Switenky to take over as town CAO

"We’ve got a rural charm about Stettler with an urban expectation." Greg Switenky

Assistant chief administrative officer Greg Switenky will become the Town of Stettler’s CAO after Rob Stoutenberg’s retirement in June
Crews parked near Christ-King Catholic School try to fix the water-main break Tuesday morning in Stettler.

Broken water main causes town flooding, traffic jam

A water main in Stettler broke Tuesday morning, affecting traffic on 54 to 56 streets and 46 to 48 avenues.

Crews parked near Christ-King Catholic School try to fix the water-main break Tuesday morning in Stettler.

Clearview takes ‘good first step’ in meeting with school councils

The Clearview School Division’s school councils met with the school board last Thursday night to discuss any concerns brought forward

Six-year-old Mya Prehn of Stettler reacts last week to news that she has been selected to appear on the Dragons’ Den TV show on March 27 in Toronto.

Stettler’s Prehn makes TV cut on Den

Six-year-old Mya Prehn of Stettler is poised to become the youngest person to present a pitch on the Dragons’ Den CBC-TV show.

Six-year-old Mya Prehn of Stettler reacts last week to news that she has been selected to appear on the Dragons’ Den TV show on March 27 in Toronto.