Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Now we know why Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper wears all of those sweaters — he wants to stay warm while he talks to government officials from the United States.  (Cue: drum rim shot).

While Oyen’s 100th anniversary celebrations are still a few weeks off yet, preparations for all the events are at a fever pitch.

On the Forty Mile Community Resource Centre’s website and on its new brochure, the Etzikom Museum and Canadian National Historical Windpower Center is described as “southern Alberta’s best kept secret.”

This weekend promises to be a busy one in Abbey,  as the town celebrates its centennial with exciting activities from Friday evening right through Sunday.

Wednesday, 17 July 2013 16:59

Foremost’s Centennial should be fun

The Village of Foremost celebrates 100 years as a community Aug. 2-4. Get ready to enjoy yourself.

Miss Ellie-May and Maggie the horses, Molly the donkey, Daisy, Dandelion, Daffodil and Ninja the goats and Zeus the goose were amongst those animals which were evacuated from the Echo Dale Farm during the flood crisis June 21.

For those music fans in Medicine Hat and Swift Current on July 24, don’t let Regina’s Tyler Gilbert and his easy-going demeanour fool you — the singer and talented folk musician is a hard worker.

Crawling, jumping or flying — Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)’s Prairie Pest Management Network (PPMN) in Saskatoon helps farmers know what pests to watch for this growing season.

As people continue to clean up and rebuild some semblance of their lives in southern Alberta following the June floods, now the questions arise. So. Many. Questions.

2013 has been a year of change and challenges for the Southern Alberta MedicAir Society and the Helicopter Air Lift Operation (HALO).

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