Rose Sanchez

Rose Sanchez

Assistant Managing Editor

Wednesday, 13 September 2017 15:51

They came, they saw, and they left (their art)

Five trees were transformed into works of art representing the community of Burstall last week as part of the annual Fall Fair celebrations and fundraising events.

Wednesday, 06 September 2017 14:45

Journalism stands strong at weekly newspapers

Journalism. A lot has been written about it, especially in the last few months in an age where the roles and responsibilities of journalists have been called into question south of the border as President Donald Trump introduced people to the idea of “alternative facts”.

K Lazy T Angus, west of Seven Persons, was host to a successful day of learning through the Southern Alberta Angus Club, Aug. 19.

Many of us have probably spent the last week asking ourselves, ‘where did the summer go?’ It seems like just last week it was the end of June, school had let out, graduation parties were underway and the warmer weather had arrived. Now, here it is, the inevitable return to school, darker evenings and cooler mornings as fall approaches.

Wednesday, 02 August 2017 14:11

Damage goes deeper than the ‘physical’

Editor:
Writer Charles Dickens was paid per word. I would pay writers to add one particular word to reports of traumatic events. The word is “physical” and it would precede “injury” and “recovery.”

The Badlands Baseball Academy in Oyen is starting to find its stride when it comes to the baseball program with a fully-prescribed roster for the upcoming school year.

The South East Alberta Watershed Alliance (SEAWA) has received provincial government funding to be able to undertake a two-year riparian restoration project and officials are looking for landowners to take part.

Although there was no 4-H multi-club in Bindloss this year — the first time in 40 years there has been no club — a celebration of 4-H is still set to take place July 22.

Officials in Val Marie and Grasslands National Park (GNP) are gearing up for a big celebration the end of July in honour of Canada’s 150th anniversary and inviting home-grown hockey legend Bryan Trottier to be part of the events.

Has anyone else been feeling like Canada’s 150th anniversary celebrations are a little all over the map?

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