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Ponoka County resident Kayla Dueck was crowned Miss Rimbey Rodeo at the July 12 performance.
A Bluffton cowboy and rising star in the world of steer riding recently made the short go at the Calgary Stampede.
This is the 50th anniversary of the Rimbey Exhibition Association (REA).
Several upcoming changes and projects in the works were laid bare for the small group of the public.
Rimbey’s Beatty House is a staple attraction in the community and visitors from around the world come to grace its floors.
Drinking and driving is something all communities look to get rid of.
A former Bluffton resident is all set to once again audition for his chance to play on Who Wants to be a Millionaire.
A multi-talented Rimbey cowgirl recently competed at the Silver State International Rodeo and took home the barrel racing title.
Rimbey town council and administration are looking to bring two bylaws forward in the next little while.
A boys’ orphanage in Mwanza, Tanzania, which is being fully funded by the ZAP! Theatre group
Ponoka County is sitting sound, financially, with no major discrepancies to cause ratepayers alarm
“Lucian was the unanimous consent of council” Mayor Rick Pankiw
“Being aware, that’s our goal, it’s to make everyone aware of what’s out there” Patricia Jones
Although it was only her second time participating in a competitive gymnastics provincial’s event, the Bentley gymnast snagged first
Sin Twister’s self-titled debut album started off promisingly with a drumbeat ripe with rock attitude, and heavy metal tones.
The land located south of the Best Western Rimstone Ridge Hotel was given third and final reading
“When we do establish some conditions on something I fully expect it to come back to council” Doug Weir, county councillor
‘This budget, the way it’s presented right now, shows a built in surplus” Charlie Cutforth
After a public hearing March 24, attended by unhappy residents concerned about whether or not Rimbey town council
Highways and other transportation necessities, such as bridges, in rural locations across the province are going to receive