Monique Massiah, Strathmore Standard


Suzanne Levesque and Craig Bignell of 'Over The Moon' will be performing at the Humble Horse Ranch during a Strathmore Musical Arts Society performance on April 28.

Strathmore Musical Arts Society presents 'Over The Moon'

Craig Bignell and Suzanne Levesque the folk-music duo that make up the band, 'Over The Moon' will be crooning and delighting crowds of spectators at the Humble Horse Ranch just outside of Strathmore on April 28. The performance is one presented by the Strathmore Musical Arts Society.

McHappy Day in Strathmore

This summer marks over 65 years of Queen Elizabeth II's reign as the Queen of England. On June 2 the Strathmore Legion's Ladies Auxiliary will be hosting a high tea to help commemorate the long-reigning monarch's coronation.

McHappy Day in Strathmore

May 2 is just around the corner, and with it is another McHappy Day. The goal of McHappy Day is to raise funds for Ronald McDonald House.

Town council briefs - Recognizing Humboldt

Members of Strathmore's town council wore baseball caps with the Humboldt Broncos logo on it to help recognize the victims of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash during the April 11 Committee of the Whole meeting.

Students at Westmount Elementary School in Strathmore wore their jerseys to help support the community of Humboldt and the Broncos hockey club on April 12. Pictured is the Grade 3 class of Deanna Kooistra and Ingrid Steadman.

Strathmorites support Humboldt Broncos with Jersey Day

You couldn't miss seeing the giant flag outside of the Husky station in Strathmore that was flying at half staff during the week after the terrible bus accident that claimed the lives of 15 members of the Humboldt Broncos hockey club.

First Annual Hike for Hospice

As a way to help raise awareness about the local need for hospice care, the Wheatland and Area Hospice Society will be hosting their first annual Hike for Hospice on May 6.

Wheatland County Briefs - New proposed truck fill station

County council held a public meeting and later passed a proposal for a truck fill station off of the regional water line. The new station will accommodate a pressure booster station and regional water truck fill station. The site will be owned by the Village of Rockyford and/or the Wheatland Regional Corporation.

Bringing back Not Your grandfather's AGM

The Strathmore and District Chamber of Commerce will be bringing back one of their most successful events from 2017, Not Your Grandfather's AGM.

Origin Malting won four awards at the Alberta Beer Awards.

Origin Malting & Brewing Co. wins four awards

A local malt brewery in Strathmore that's been open less than one year, has been named one of the best makers of beer in the province. Origin Malting & Brewing Co., won four awards at the Alberta Beer Awards, which were hosted by the Alberta Craft Small Brewers Association last week.

Teacher Cole Hintz poses with a volleyball at the Strathmore Smashball table as he explains the fun and fairly new program that is an introduction to volleyball. Smashball is geared towards boys and girls Grades 4 to 6.

Smashball gives kids an intro to volleyball

There's a fun way to introduce kids to the sport of volleyball, taking place at Strathmore High School this year, it's called Smashball. Starting with the spike, possibly the most fun part of the game. Smashball aims to introduce kids from Grades 4 to 6 to the sport of volleyball.

AAMDC board members visit county council

Al Kemmere, president of the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMDC), along with Gerald Rhodes, executive director and Paul McLauchlin district 2 (central) director attended the Feb. 20 meeting of Wheatland County council. The three wanted to hear from county council about issues facing local ratepayers.

Hospice society roadshow stops in Strathmore

Fill up your tool box with tools that will help you and your loved ones in end-of-life situations. The Wheatland & Area Hospice Society in partnership with the Alberta Hospice Palliative Care Association will be hosting a roadshow which will stop in Strathmore on June 6.