Ryan Dahlman

Ryan Dahlman

Managing Editor

Agriculture was front and centre at the Medicine Hat College May 5 as the Entrepreneur Development Centre’s (EDC) Summer Company program celebrated four winning entries receiving grants for start-up businesses. Each of those companies received the full grant of $10,000.

It’s not too inconceivable that someone walking by Conny Lole wearing a T-shirt which would have a picture of a cat on it with the words “Check Meowt”; “Meowsitgoing”, “Show me your kitties” or “I just want to drink wine, save animals and take naps” would probably make her smile.

Friday, 06 May 2016 17:30

Becky Lynn releases new EP

Back in 2014 at Telemiracle 38, Becky Neustaeter a young singer from Swift Current strode on stage and then blew everyone out of the water with a cover of world famous singer and song writer Adele's song Rolling In The Deep.

Over the summer and fall of 2015, filmmaker Scott Parker travelled nearly 30,000 km making 10 short films and teaching community filmmaking workshops along the way.

Keith Kitchen is not your ordinary performer.

In watching the terrifying images coming from Fort McMurray Tuesday night, it was absolutely heartbreaking to see people flee their homes, businesses and, in reality, their lives.

A little bell on a schoolhouse sat at a table in the Market at Medalta April 28. Ring it and one would have a polite young person explain a little about themselves and why they had a booth set up selling T-shirts in support of three different causes including the Alberta Children’s Wish Foundation, Hope for Haiti and Tanya Ellis and her Seven Persons’ family.

On Jan. 6, 2016, the first two paragraphs of a Prairie Post story on Foremost-native Garret Hughson, who had just been released from the Ontario Hockey League’s Windsor Spitfire and been picked up by the Alberta Junior Hockey League’s Brooks Bandits read like this:

Literacy and mental health are two critical aspects in the lives of young students and their families. Perhaps that’s why the third annual Grasslands Family Literacy Night May 5 in Brooks is received with so much anticipation following two previous successes in 2014 and 2015.

Saturday, April 30 at 7 p.m. at the Esplanade, the Medicine Hat Symphonic Society’s biggest event every year is the Concerto Showcase Gala.

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