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Culture Days events were held in Rimbey on Saturday October 1.
Bluffton School was honored to have a visit from Terry Fox’s brother, Fred last week.
The Rimbey high school class of 2016 gathered together last Saturday night to celebrate graduation.
Revival tent meeting to be held at Pas Ka Poo Park
The community of Rimbey can proudly celebrate a collaboration success story with the completion of a newly designed parade float.
Once again, the annual Bentley fair and rodeo is offering something for everyone.
Congratulations to the Rimbey Veterinary Clinic, the 2016 recipient of the Merial Canada Distribution Veterinary Teaching Hospital award.
It was rather difficult to shine during Pas Ka Poo Park’s annual show ‘n shine held earlier this month.
Gayle Rondeel’s passion for gardening and her desire to grow her community has resulted in her creating a top notch farmers’ market.
A funeral mass was held at St. Joseph’s Basilica in Edmonton on March 3 to celebrate the life of a courageous woman.
She’s funny. She’s vivacious. She’s creative and she very well may be the inspiration that some child will remember forever.
Thank you so much for all of you who supported our recent mission trip to Bucerias Mexico.
Our club has been doing many activities lately. Upcoming events included a ski trip March 4.
West Country Outreach School students are off to view some big city lights later this month, leaving Rimbey behind for eight exciting days.
Depression and anxiety can be crippling emotional states that can grab anyone.
On March 4, Christians in more than 170 countries will gather to learn about, pray for, and celebrate Cuba.
It’s almost time to slip on the bowling shoes and raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Rimbey at the annual Bowl for Kids’ Sake.
Another Home Routes concert to be held on Thurs., March 3, brings multi-instrumentalist, multi-award winning artist Ian Tamblyn to Rimbey.
Patrick Dillon will be dropping into Rimbey on Fri., Feb. 26 to chat with dads about parenting issues.
Liberty Hall was packed to the rafters Saturday night with an enthusiastic crowd who showed up for the 21st annual dinner theatre.