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There are not many events where parents can send their children off to play with knives, but a pumpkin carving afternoon at the Donalda...
The biggest Halloween bash in Stettler filled the Stettler Agriplex with more than 300 people, all who came out to see Domino and Wheel...
As Stettler donned its Halloween costume with various Halloween-themed events and spooky characters, the library hosted its third annual...
They say a photo is worth a thousand words, and here are a few from the past week in Stettler and area.
A photo is worth a thousand words. Here are some from events taking place between Oct. 21-27, 2016.
The vacant space adjacent to the new Petro Canada gas station just outside the Town of Stettler boundaries beckoned Mike Kuefler.
Early bird shoppers had the opportunity to start their Christmas shopping this week with the first holiday market leading up to....
Poet Joan Shillington opened a window into her life and her obsessions during a poetry reading at the Stettler Public Library on Oct. 15.
Luis Caceres travelled the two hours from Edmonton with his German wirehaired pointer to take part in this year's pheasant festival and...
There was a bit of everything for the hungry folk who showed up at the Christ-King Catholic Church's parish hall on Sunday, Oct. 16 for...
Anyone from the community who has had the opportunity to adopt from Stettler's Animal Haven Rescue League (AHRL) would know Michelle...
Savage is the new owner of Panda Flowers, the downtown flower shop that’s been a fixture in the community for decades.
Students from several schools braved the chilly autumn day on Thursday, Oct. 6 to take part in the CARA cross-country meet at Gus Wetter.
Capital Power hosted an open house on Oct. 5-6 to introduce the proposed Halkirk 2 Wind Project to the community.
Along Stettler’s sleepy part of town is musician Rhonda Sylvester’s musical paradise, where she trains voices to hit the right note.
Stettler’s Cathy Dadensky, along with Jim Flack and Chuck Orlick were looking to recruit Beaver and Cub Scouts on Thursday, Oct. 13.
The first Stettler Variety Showcase (SVS) of the 2016-17 season is just around the bend.
The Christ King Catholic School gymnasium was a bright wash of colours as kids and parents participated in the CKCS Family Fun Night.
It’s been a very busy week for Christ King once again as students have finished yet another week filled with fun events.
Grant Paulsen was the sort of fellow you could rely on to see the silver lining in any situation.