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Rimbey RCMP officer to perform in Halifax International Tattoo

Rimbey RCMP officer to perform in Halifax International Tattoo

A Rimbey RCMP officer will be participating in a very prestigious event in Halifax later this summer. Constable Ted Munro is one of only two RCMP members from Alberta who will be performing in the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo from July 1 to 8. Munro will be joining 24 other members of the force as part of the RCMP’s Ceremonial Drill Team.
4-H clubs join together for annual Achievement Day

4-H clubs join together for annual Achievement Day

Local 4-H beef and sheep members held two days of showing before their upcoming sale. On May 11, the Bluffton, Winfield and Rimbey 4-H clubs had their individual club Achievement Day.
Liberal Leader Kevin Taft pays visit to Bluffton, reads to children

Liberal Leader Kevin Taft pays visit to Bluffton, reads to children

It’s not very often that the leader of a provincial political party visits Bluffton - and even less if they’re not campaigning, but that’s exactly what happened on Friday, May 2 when Liberal Leader Kevin Taft paid a visit to the community as part of the Read and Learn Program.
Early morning collision

Early morning collision

Community could be on the verge of major construction boom

Community could be on the verge of major construction boom

Residents of Rimbey can expect to see a lot of construction activity throughout the community this summer as a bit of a building boom is currently underway, and you don’t have to look very hard to see it.
Construction underway to build two new retail outlets

Construction underway to build two new retail outlets

Lacombe-Ponoka MLA Ray Prins pleased with latest provincial budget

Lacombe-Ponoka MLA Ray Prins pleased with latest provincial budget

The government of Alberta released the details of the 2008 budget last week – the 15th consecutive balanced budget in a row, and one that promises $1 billion in savings to residents and businesses in the province with the elimination of most health-care premiums by January 1, 2009.
Local volunteers honoured

Local volunteers honoured

RCMP complete bus collision investigation, announce fire investigation now a homicide

It was a hectic week for members of the Rimbey Detachment of the RCMP as they were involved in both the investigation of a bus collision that occurred on Wednesday, April 9 and a suspicious car fire north of the community the following day that has resulted in a homicide investigation.
Head shaved in the middle of a blizzard at the Vault

Head shaved in the middle of a blizzard at the Vault