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Take me out to the good old ball game! The sport of baseball has been a favourite pastime and popular sport from the 1920s to today. In 1939 though, baseball was put on somewhat of a hiatus, as many players traded their uniforms for soldier attire and went overseas to war. In 1956 in Vauxhal…

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Vulcan RCMP were on scene of a three vehicle collision that occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m. June 19, on Highway 23 just south of Vulcan. 

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The RCMP responded to a request for assistance at 2 p.m. June 15, of a skier who fell down a rocky slope on Mount Haig near the Castle Mountain Ski Resort after being hit by loose rock. The two skiers with him attempted first aid, and were joined by other hikers who were in the nearby area o…

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On June 7, students from Picture Butte High School (PBHS) presented 40 seniors with completed DVDs of an oral history project, which included interviews recorded and edited by the students. The event was held at Coyote Flats Pioneer Village at the Prairie Tractor and Engine Museum near Pictu…

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At Police Point Park, workers there have been finding lots of painted rocks in Police Point. And they are popping up all over town. Now is your chance to get involved in this new activity. Creativity and exploring come together, along with a great way to get everyone outside.

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A newly formed consortium of business, governments, and service agencies called “Invest Southeast Alberta” is working for future success by ensuring new and existing businesses in southeastern Alberta have the support system they need to grow and succeed.   

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Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in the community this month.

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While it likely will never be known whether Prussian carp entered Alberta waterways intentionally or inadvertently, research is showing their numbers are increasing in specific areas around the province. 

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In front of a capacity crowd of over 2,500 at the Centennial Regional Arena, the Brooks Bandits captured their second national title in franchise history on Sunday afternoon with a 4-3 win over the Prince George Spruce Kings.

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Arnaud Vachon and Jakob Lee scored two minutes apart late in the first period, and the Brooks Bandits withstood an all-world goaltending performance from Francis Boisvert to earn a 2-1 win on Tuesday night at the 2019 National Junior A Championship.

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Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in the community this month.

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Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in the community this month.

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In March 2017, the Virtual Opioid Dependency Program (VODP) was born as an expansion of the former Rural Opioid Dependency Program.

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 Alberta Health Services has confirmed that satisfactory water quality has been restored in the Village of Barons.

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Women ages 50 to 74 — the group most at risk of developing breast cancer — will have local access to mammography services when Alberta Health Services’ Screen Test program arrives in the community this  month.

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More than 100 high school students from across southeast Alberta got to put their talents to the test at the 14th annual South East Alberta Regional Skills Competition, held in Medicine Hat on April 30.