Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Provincial Progressive Conservative hopeful Jason Kenney says it was an easy decision to want to get involved with the leadership race created by the void left by the resignation of Jim Prentice after the 2015 election.

A new housing development in Dunmore is proving the real estate market isn’t drying up despite it having an Arizona-name.

It’s not often people other than those directly in the agriculture industry, get an opportunity to crush canola to see how cooking oil is made, see combines harvest grain crops or even have the chance to see where the mustard comes from that is put on hot dogs.

Wednesday, 21 September 2016 13:35

Zombageddon 2 an even more refined effort

The poster for the Dead Prairies Productions’ highly-anticipated Zombageddon 2 features a somewhat bloodied Kaytie Chartrand (Jade, the main character and protagonist) in front of an ominous goulish zombie villain and uses the slogan: “We’re Here. We’re Dead.”

When I was younger and more naive, I assumed anyone who committed suicide was foolish, and above all, selfish. I know a lot of people think this way. I did.

Last year, Tanis Wendt started the Cliff Canter Run to bring attention to mental health issues with the support of the Prairie Rose School Division chapter of the Alberta Teachers’ Association.

Mona Howe, 34, loves the cattle industry and like any young person wants to acquire as much knowledge as she can the further she gets into it.

When the Medicine Hat College administration was searching for a new director of the Brooks Campus and regional stewardship, there were a lot of attributes they were probably looking for in order to effectively fill the position.

Shawn Baldwin is one of those Albertans who is concerned about the state of the province’s economy and job market/labour situation.
Baldwin wanted to use what skills he had to try and help.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016 14:44

MHC Conservatory growing its programs

Besides a sparkling resumé of impressive musical achievements, it’s fair to assume one of the aspects the Medicine Hat College liked about Brad Mahon when they hired him as the new manager of visual and performing arts at the Medicine Hat College Conservatory in January was the fact his past experience was as the head of the Conservatory of Performing Arts at the University of Regina.

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