Thursday, 13 November 2014 05:55

Clock temporarily strikes twelve on Midnight Roses

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It’s not “goodbye,” just a “see you later.”

Jessica Mosher-Slinn is in her second year of the registered nursing program offered by Great Plains College.

Blair Simpson, Chinook School Division career counsellor has a simple, yet poignant perspective on choosing a post-secondary institution.

A celebration took place at the Lyric Theatre on Oct. 30 to highlight the completion of the first phase of a long-term renovation project.

More than 30 years ago, Ian Zoerb decided to become a farrier because he couldn’t find anyone to do the job for him the way he felt it should be done. What started out as a mission to help himself and his own animals has turned into a successful career.

A Grade 12 student from Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale had the summer adventure of a lifetime, spending three weeks in New York and Washington, D.C. learning about leadership, activism and U.S. culture.

He’s going to find out if you’ve been naughty or nice — Santa Claus is coming to town Nov. 29 for the 33rd annual Fort Macleod Santa Claus Parade.
This event has been a tradition in Fort Macleod and is still going strong.

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