The community of the Crowsnest Pass has been named one of the top 10 finalists for the Small Town Saturday Night Contest (STSN). Only two communities in southern Alberta are part of the top 10 finalists, the other being Duchess.
With 21 confirmed cases of mumps in Alberta just in 2017 alone as of March 3, Alberta Health Services (AHS) officials are warning the public to watch for signs and symptoms.
The Crowsnest Historical Society and the Crowsnest Museum celebrated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Alberta Provincial Police (APP), March 1.
Southern Albertans will have additional time to review and provide comments on the Castle parks draft management plan as well as see what areas in the document have already been revised due to the public feedback received.
Another successful Ag Expo has come to a close in Lethbridge. With 400 exhibitors at the event at the beginning of March this year many of them have been at the agricultural tradeshow annually.
The 120th anniversary of the North American Seed Fair had a good number of entries. This year there were about 124 entries for the seed fair. New to the seed fair this year was a ‘Test your seed knowledge’ contest and Terri Nielson with Exhibition Park says people seemed to enjoy it.
Blowing snow, low visibility and icy roadways remain a concern around Saskatchewan today.