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Toronto is an extremely diverse place, and in my four years living there, I resided in what’s generally believed to be a sketchy area.
Last Tuesday’s town council meeting dealt with — you guessed it — snow removal on Stettler streets.
The Clearview School Division had budget deliberations on its plate this month, but last week’s meeting got livelier
Stettler and the rest of Alberta were hit with another premature snowstorm Monday and Tuesday.
Teachers and supporters from all over the province gathered in Edmonton on Saturday to protest the Alberta government’s cuts
The hardest thing about moving from Toronto back to the Prairies, hands-down, is the cold.
Stettler native Diana (Dennis) Vandervelden and her husband, Arie Vandervelden, love canoeing in the badlands.
I found out Nov. 1 that I got a job as a reporter with the Stettler Independent and the Castor Advance.
After almost three weeks of donating items, Stettler Elementary School and Stettler Middle School packed boxes for Operation Christmas Child
A group of Stettler citizens wants to raise money to renovate the historical Estonian House on the Stettler Town and Country Museum
Wildcat Theatre finished this year’s run of “Back to the 80s … the Totally Awesome Musical” on Saturday, and it’s safe to say
Recognizing the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ victory in the CFL west final Sunday afternoon, Stettler’s town council meeting Monday night
It’s National Bullying Awareness Week this week, and anti-bullying groups are trying to promote bullying awareness and education
The Community Transitions class experienced the Stettler Steam Train last week with a ride down to Big Valley
Students are thrilled to see the summer weather finally here.
William E. Hay Composite High School would like to congratulate the badminton players
William E. Hay Composite High School students were waiting eagerly for the snow to disappear and for spring weather to arrive!
Congratulations to William E. Hay Composite High School student Carlie Gendre, who won a gold medal
Much like the past week, the upcoming weeks for William E. Hay Composite High School students and teachers are filled