Rose Sanchez

Rose Sanchez

Assistant Managing Editor

Organizers of the inaugural Reel Paddling Film Festival World Tour in Medicine Hat were excited to see the community response and a sold-out crowd at the event April 5.

What has been a warmer and drier winter than usual in southeast Alberta, will continue through the spring, and likely into the summer.

The Prairie Rose School Division Board (PRSD) of Trustees has formally approved a revised administrative procedure governing welcoming, caring, respectful and safe learning and working environments.

Officials with Cactus Corridor Economic Development Corporation, are hopeful people will get “all aboard” their initiative to increase visitors to the area.

Palliser Economic Partnership (PEP) has increased its membership by one more community, and now represents the entire southeast corner of Alberta with the exception of the villages of Veteran and Duchess.

A special task force of Cactus Corridor Economic Development Corporation is taking a deeper look into the effects of the provincial government’s climate change policy and the opportunities that may be available to ensure a strong and vibrant economy in the future.

The 18th annual White Lightning Dodge Cowboy Crunch Bull-A-Rama in Oyen will take place again this year on Wednesday, July 20.

Southeastern Albertans will have access to some of the biggest names and best information around building leadership at a special event hosted by Return to Rural.

Tilley grades 3/4 students have become so passionate about a project they’ve been researching this school year, that they are asking political figures to make some big changes to help the environment.

Students at Foremost School had the unique opportunity to learn more about film production and create their own short video as part of the National Film Board’s Grasslands Project.

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