• Sheep-River

    Town of Okotoks Warns Sheep River is "Extremely Dangerous"

    As warm temperatures continue to roll through Okotoks, many people may be looking for a way to enjoy the sun. The Town of Okotoks is warning people to be very cautious if those plans involve the Sheep River.Due to variable depths of water, obstructions and debris the Sheep River is being considered extremely dangerous and unpredictable.Ok...

  • New Way to Support Canada's Service Men and Women

    Albertans will soon have a new way to show appreciation for our troops. The Canadian Armed Forces Support Our Troops Program will be releasing a new licence plate starting Jul ...

  • Smith No Fan Of Golf Couse Re-Build

    Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith is not a big fan of the Province spending almost 80-million dollars to restore Kananaskis Country recreation areas and facilities. She's part ...

  • Birchwood Park Remediation Next On High River's To-Do List

    With the remediation of George Lane Park in the books, the Town of High River has set its sights on the next project, Birchwood Park. Parks Renewal and Recovery Lead Kim Un ...

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Sports News

  • Dawgs Dugout By Dan

    Crunch Time For The Okotoks Dawgs

    Two teams coming off very different nights clash at Seaman Stadium Friday night. The Dawgs return home after ending their road trip on a high note, taking down the Swift Current
  • Okotoks Erratic Begin Finals Friday

    The first of two Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League finals series involving Okotoks teams goes Friday night in town.The Okotoks Senior "C" Erratic hit the floor aga

  • Glass Solid After Night One In Bonnyville

    A solid start in Bonnyville for High River chuckwagon driver Jason Glass Thursday night. He finished fifth, just shy of a second behind night one leader Roge

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Agricultural News

  • Canola-Field

    Canola Association Becomes A Partner

      The Canadian Canola Growers Association has joined Partners In Innovation, a coalition of farmer, industry and value chain organizations. Brett Halstead, President of th
  • Alberta Crop Conditions Improving

      An extended period of warm, dry weather during the past two weeks has enhanced crop development and benefited haying operations across the entire prov

  • ALMA Gets Two New Directors

    Two new directors joined the Alberta Livestock and Meat Agency (ALMA) board, bringing experience in beef feedlot management, and mixed farming and cow-calf pr

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