Amelia Naismith

Amos Garrett's latest album

Jazz album lacks soul and excitement

The Amos Garrett Jazz Trio's album Jazzblues is very slow and the liveliest part of the album is the applause

Amos Garrett's latest album

Johnson Estates claims town used poor ethics in recent land deal

“It became very clear that there wasn't a clear servicing plan from the Town of Rimbey of what they were going to service.” Stacey Johnson

Community centre heating issues coming to an end

For the last decade Rimbey's Community Centre, recently named the Peter Lougheed Community Centre, has struggled

Progress on the the Agrim Centre in Rimbey is continuing.

County council divided over Agrim funding

Once again a discussion between Ponoka County councillors ended in a dispute while discussing the funding options available

Progress on the the Agrim Centre in Rimbey is continuing.
Kim White aims for a certain combination of pins during bingo-bowling

Bowl for Kids blasts through fundraising goal

Once the pins were knocked down and the cheers had settled it became clear that this year’s Big Brothers Big Sisters

Kim White aims for a certain combination of pins during bingo-bowling
Albertan singer/songwriter Duane Steele took to the stage to play a number of songs during the Rimbey Agrim Centre’s concert and dinner fundraiser

Concert fundraiser held for Rimbey Agrim Centre

Wrapped up in a night of great food and music, the Agrim Centre’s Duane Steele concert and dinner fundraiser

Albertan singer/songwriter Duane Steele took to the stage to play a number of songs during the Rimbey Agrim Centre’s concert and dinner fundraiser

Council changes draft budget presentation

Rimbey’s town council made some changes to how the budget will be presented to the public this year prior to adoption.

FCSS stays hopeful for home care contract

Despite the fact that other FCSS organizations across the province have lost their home care contracts in the recent past

Skateboard park a priority

Town council has directed Rimbey’s Recreation Board to speak with the City of Lacombe about their skateboard park in

Members of the Rimbey Renegades

Renegades tie banner game

Rimbey Bantam Renegades tied its first of two games banner games; vying with Ponoka’s team for the Zone 4 banner.

Members of the Rimbey Renegades
Al Elliott

Handi-van driver shortage serious concern

As the Blindman Handi-Van Society loses more drivers to old age, society representative Harold Kenney says the van no longer has enough

Al Elliott

Rimbey Elementary stands with Canada against bullying

Rimbey Elementary School students and staff donned their pink shirts last Wednesday, Feb. 26, for the nation-wide anti-bullying awareness

Rimbey Junior Senior High School student Cassidy Hohn was called to join Robb Nash and sing Adele’s Rolling in the Deep during his presentation at the school

Rimbey students hear powerful message in music

After having taken a small group of students to see Robb Nash and his band perform in Ponoka

Rimbey Junior Senior High School student Cassidy Hohn was called to join Robb Nash and sing Adele’s Rolling in the Deep during his presentation at the school

Land negotiations for seniors’ lodge in Rimbey fall through

The land negotiations between Ponoka County, the Town of Rimbey and Johnson Estates for the proposed seniors’ lodge

Rimbey FCSS fears contract loss

Just like many other FCSS organizations across the province Rimbey FCSS is struggling with the idea they could lose their home care contract

Ponoka County agrees to support two ag centre loans

Ponoka County council is throwing its support behind two guaranteed loans despite apprehensions expressed by one councillor.

More funds to go to Rimbey FCSS

Rimbey FCSS, upon request, received a an increase to its 2014 budget through Ponoka County Council.

Ponoka County holds organizational meeting, Oct. 29

With elections over and the results official, Ponoka County council is up and running, after holding its organizational meeting Oct. 29

Former county councillor, Keith Beebe to leave the province

After nine years on council, Keith Beebe of Ponoka County Council has decided not to return and instead will set out for Saskatchewan

Technology helps students focus on learning

The world is becoming more technologically advanced by the second, and students need to be educated on those matters using the same tools