The Weekender

You can only drive one car at a time

It’s a frustrating way to live; you don’t ever get anywhere fast or far, and you often feel unproductive.

Two issues, numerous questions left hanging

Fraser Institute school rankings and NHL Olympics decision both raise many questions.

Vicki Hardy at her book and gluten free baking stall at the Big Valley Vendor’s Show. Hardy made the trip from Drumheller to take part in the trade show.

Big Valley’s first vendor’s show draws businesses from across central Alberta

Vendors came from Drumheller, Stettler, Endiang and Rocky Mountain House to showcase their offerings.

Vicki Hardy at her book and gluten free baking stall at the Big Valley Vendor’s Show. Hardy made the trip from Drumheller to take part in the trade show.

Provincial, territorial and federal governments seek input on new agricultural policy framework

Albertans are invited to have their voices heard through an online survey.

The best time to buy life insurance is when you don’t need it!

Even if you don't think you need life insurance yet, you could get a much better policy by buying it early.

Red Deer-based singer/songwriter Curtis Phagoo continues to explore his own artistic vision through a range of pursuits

Local singer/songwriter looking to help grow city’s music scene

Curtis Phagoo focused on other musicians while expanding his own vision.

Red Deer-based singer/songwriter Curtis Phagoo continues to explore his own artistic vision through a range of pursuits

Red Deer College presents Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding

The show opened on Wednesday, April 12 and runs until Saturday, April 15.

Runners take in the trails on Sunday

New 42-km marathon held at JJ Collett

The race was inspired by the gruelling Barkley marathon.

Runners take in the trails on Sunday

Where to look for investment growth

Investing is never cut and dry, so seek out a trusted financial professional for advice and do some research.

Options for un-harvested crops

The question is how best to capture the highest value from the un-harvested crop, while managing cost and risk.

  • Apr 7, 2017

Majestic Theatre part of Canada’s history

Historic theatre continues to serve the community with new productions.

Successfully completing the farm transfer

First and foremost, start by talking about it now! Not tomorrow, not next week or year, right now.

Life insurance is an asset not an expense

For farm families and small businesses there are multiple benefits of using life insurance as an asset class to compliment investments.

Harmonee Leggo

Celebrating Dr. Seuss through library activities

This past Thursday, March 2 was Dr. Seuss’ birthday and had he been alive, he would have been 113.

Harmonee Leggo
Andrea Hatch

Stettler’s Andrea Hatch has redefined the traditional art of framing

Andrea Hatch won the Fan Favorite Award in the Tru Vue framing competition in February based on the results from an online poll.

Andrea Hatch
Pastor Shawn Acheson and his wife Sheralyn Acheson with their four adopted kids and dog Sana

A story of love and hope: Pastors of Home Church Stettler share their journey of adoption

When the Achesons of Home Church Stettler adopted their youngest two, it wasn’t the start of a series of seismic changes for them.

Pastor Shawn Acheson and his wife Sheralyn Acheson with their four adopted kids and dog Sana

The importance of performing arts

In our busy lives we can often miss prime opportunities for the development of our children.

Marlene Conibear of Donalda was the recipient of the Atco Electric Cultural

Lighting up Donalda’s arts, culture and heritage scene – an insight into Marlene Conibear’s community contributions

"When John Pearson called to break the news that I had won the Atco Electric award, I was at a loss of words."

Marlene Conibear of Donalda was the recipient of the Atco Electric Cultural
Heartland Bowl owner Robert Gallaugher speaks about his ten-year journey with this place.

Heartland Bowl owner, Robert Gallaugher, keeps Stettler’s passion for bowling alive

The bowling alley still lodged in your childhood memories has probably changed a bit over the years, if it even exists at all.

Heartland Bowl owner Robert Gallaugher speaks about his ten-year journey with this place.

Buffalo Lake Nature Club to meet on Feb. 16

On the evening of Thursday, Jan. 19, the Buffalo Lake Nature Club (BLN) held it’s annual general meeting.