After receiving a $2,500 donation from the M.D. of Taber, the Taber Pheasant Festival is ready to roll Oct. 18-25.
Five different speakers, but each one shared the same message at a Friends of Medicare forum Oct. 14 — more publically-funded and operated long-term care beds are needed in Alberta to avoid the impending collapse of the hospital and emergency department health-care system.
“Have suitcase, will travel” could be a motto applied to Medicine Hat College student recruiters Jennifer Fleckenstein and Markus Selkirk.
The Swift Current Curling Club - Innovation Credit Union Super League - results from Thursday October 16.
A new program will make it easier for Swift Current families to keep their young children active during the colder months ahead.
It’s been a good year overall for enrolment in Prairie Rose School Division (PRSD) this school year. Final enrolment numbers as of Sept. 30 have come in about 2.82 per cent higher than projected and about 2.5 per cent higher than last year’s numbers.