Historical signs have been disappearing

Missing!
Point of Interest Signs
Carl Stettler/Blumenau
Highway 12 East
Estonian - Highway 56 South
Content - Highway 21

Dear editor;

Missing!

Point of Interest Signs

Carl Stettler/Blumenau

Highway 12 East

Estonian – Highway 56 South

Content – Highway 21

The Alberta government has removed these important parts of Stettler’s history.

These commemorative landmarks reminded us of our roots and of the pioneers who left their homelands and endured the hardships to develop this area.

Although aging signs in various parts of Alberta have been restored money has run out to complete the project.

As a direct descendant of Swiss pioneers, I am looking for other interested parties who are willing to urge appropriate government officials to authorize money to complete the restoration.

For more information call Rose Wesner 403-742-5057.

Rose Wesner

Stettler

Just Posted

Cannabis today more potent than decades ago: AHS

50 per cent of Albertans have tried cannabis

Stettler Scotia Bank holds barbecue

Raises money for MS Society

Stettler RCMP ask public’s help in identifying suspect

Suspected of stealing from Stettler business

Friends help colour-blind woman see colours

Pitch in to buy her Enchroma glasses

CP rail workers give strike notice

Employees could walk out as early as Tuesday at 7 p.m. PT

Vote points to abortion being legalized in Ireland

Voters asked whether to keep or repeal Eighth Amendment to Roman Catholic Ireland’s Constitution

Canadian soccer officials talk up World Cup bid at Champions League final

Current bid calls for 2026 World Cup games to be staged in the U.S., Canada and Mexico

WATCH: Alix holds 2nd annual Icebreaker Roughstock

Many come out to see some intense rodeo action

B.C. RCMP swoop in to save injured eagle

An eagle with a broken wing now in a recovery facility after RCMP rescue near Bella Coola

Bug spray 101: Health Canada wants you to stay bite free

Health Canada is reminding Canadians to use bug spray and other insect repellents safely

Former B.C. premier says pot industry about to enter Wild West

Mike Harcourt says Canada is about to enter a new gold rush with many dreaming of striking it rich

Hunt continues for two suspects in Ontario restaurant explosion

The explosion left 15 people injured, but all victims have now been released from hospital

Most Read


Weekly delivery plus unlimited digital access for $50.40 for 52 issues (must live within 95 kilometers of Stettler) Unlimited Digital Access for one year for $50.40 Prefer to have us call you? Click here and we’ll get back to you within one business day.