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Blind baby goat stolen Sept. 10
Bentley and District Ag Society salutes 50th year
Rimbey rugby players dominate ARC tournament
Rock and Roll extravaganza grows to three-day event
Crafts, and veggies, and flowers, oh my
$10,000 fundraising goal for home support program
Young golfers ace the same hole
Mini libraries open in Birch Bay, Summerland
It goes without saying no one in their right mind can expect a career in the military to be the most fun.
Indigenous band Digging Roots’ latest single AK-47 is without a doubt one of those very special songs that’s more than just music.
The NDP can tell us a carbon tax is what this province needs until they are blue in the face.
The Rimbey Spartans lost only one football game this season — 42-36 against the Millwoods Christian Royals
Rimbey’s girls’ senior volleyball team won their pool with ease but lost out in the semifinals at their recent home tournament.
After finishing the first half of its season with a tier one placement, the Rimbey Spartans has been dominating the competition.
Heading into the second half of its season, the Rimbey Spartans are looking at a tougher battle in the next four games.
Spartans senior A girls volleyball team pulled ahead of its Ponoka rivals to claim first place in the league.
On Feb. 26 Alberta Treasury Branches (ATB) Financial senior economist Todd Hirsch will attend two gatherings in Rimbey.
After several setbacks Blindman Hall Society is receiving a $20,000 grant from Ponoka County to help finish their additions project.
A budget surplus of more than $200,000 is enabling Wolf Creek Public School (WCPS) board to move forward with a number of initiatives.
Another year, another name and an even larger emphasis on honouring the rural and agricultural aspect of Ponoka County.