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The 2014 Stettler Variety Showcase starts up on Jan. 19 with the one-man play “When That I Was” at the Performing Arts Centre.
It’s flu season again, and Alberta has already encountered a lot of influenza activity.
Next month, more than 2,500 athletes, coaches and officials will descend on the Banff area for the Alberta Winter Games.
It was a fairly short Stettler town council meeting last Tuesday, but there was still some business to discuss.
A man who lost his parents and sister in a horrific fire last month told the Stettler Independent that he knows what happened.
Stettler’s New Year’s baby didn’t arrive right at the dawn of the New Year, but was still the Stettler area’s first baby of 2014.
Just over six years ago, former Big Valley resident William Boulton started to lose feeling in his body.
Fifty-two years ago, Stan Nattestad hid his sisters’ Christmas gifts in the attic.
Since I grew up on a farm, I don’t harbour fear of many animals.
William E Hay Composite High School’s new gay-straight alliance (GSA) has been busy since forming last June.
The Castor cadet squadron has suspended training “temporarily” while the provincial committee of the Air Cadet League decides its fate.
The past year showed promise for Stettler, Mayor Dick Richards said in a year-end interview with the Independent.
As town council met last week, the talk was all about town programs promoting environmental and literacy growth.
It’s almost Christmas, and that means it’s almost time for a Stettler tradition: The Night Before the Night Before Christmas.
The Gracenotes (ages 13 to 18), the Rhapsody Girls (ages 9 to 12), the Tiny Tenors (boys’ choir) and the Tiny Gracenotes (ages 5 to 8)
The rest of Canada holds the stereotype of Toronto that everyone from there thinks the city is the centre of the universe.
Stettler is home to a diverse group of people, some of whom are far from home for Christmas this year.
The Clearview School Division revisited the AED purchase question at the school board meeting last Thursday, and this time the board
Grade 12 students from William E. Hay Composite High School in Stettler presented their projects at the school’s first senior science fair
A fire gutted a house on 63 Street in Stettler on Saturday night, with an estimated $500,000 in property damage.