Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 14:05

Law breakers means enforcement officers kept busy

It's a sinking feeling: you get your mail and there’s a photo radar ticket from the local police department or worse, the feeling of watching as the red and blue lights of a law enforcement vehicle screams in behind you signalling you to pull over due to the fact there’s a high rate of speed or the vehicle sports a non-functioning tail light.

The cattle industry will be experiencing a turnover in a few years as many of today's older ranchers and cattle producers retire or move on.

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 08:55

Bassano concert will help Siksika nation

Bassano mayor Tom Rose is always proud of his community.

For Regina artist Nikki Jacquin, there is nothing plain about her plein paint outs, especially in the Cypress Hills in southwest Saskatchewan.

Burstall and District Fall Fair has a long and proud 32-year history, but two years ago, a revamped approach allowed it to take off in regards to the number of patrons.

Wednesday, 28 August 2013 15:03

Alberta’s rural landscape is shifting

Funny how cyclical things can be.

Wednesday, 28 August 2013 14:57

Southern Alberta is looking good crop-wise

While it’s not over yet, it’s looking like there will be a lot of pleased farmers with an excellent harvest in southern Alberta this year, according to Alberta Agriculture.

Crops generally look decent in the southeast. That is in part due to some good weather after what started out as a wet, cool spring.

Wednesday, 21 August 2013 16:20

Alberta event ready to showcase local farms

Those who are disappointed Highway 3’s  Country Cruzin’ event was cancelled have another opportunity to check out southern Alberta agriculture-based farms and businesses.

It's been a bittersweet week for Jenna Singbeil, the City of Swift Current's Families in the Park Coordinator.

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