A big announcement of a new title sponsor for the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association (CPRA) was made in Airdrie on May 16.
The Big Country Zone 2 U14AA ringette team went undefeated at the U14AA Rusty Ring Ringette Tournament.
The Strathmore Community Football Association’s (SCFA) senior Badgers bounced back with a convincing win in their second game of the season.
The Strathmore Badgers of the Strathmore Football Community Association (SCFA) peewee team opened their season with a 31-6 win over the Sylvan Lake Bears on Sept. 9, but there’s still a lot of room for improvement.
The Strathmore High School Spartans senior football team has been doing summer training in preparation for their upcoming season.
With football season just around the corner, the Strathmore Badgers have been busy preparing.
The Wheatland Arts Society and Strathmore Municipal Library shared a booth at the 2017 Strathmore Stampede Trade Show.
Gary Gorst, driving the TCB Trailer Services outfit, and along with outriders Casey Knight and Dustin Gorst captured the 2017 Strathmore Stampede Championship, his second Strathmore title in a row.
The 2017 Strathmore Stampede was another success thanks to some good weather, great volunteer work and much more.
The Strathmore AA midget Reds are Tier 2 provincial champions after playing their best ball of the season.
The Strathmore Chaos u-15 volleyball team finished their season with a trip to Nationals in Regina, Sask, where they learned a lot as volleyball players.
Several Strathmore High School (SHS) students were recognized as champions at the bi-annual Strathmore High School Breakfast of Champions on June 1.
Strathmore Badger Max Sims was a part of something special playing for the Team South in the 2017 Football Alberta Bantam Bowl.
224 graduating Strathmore High School students celebrated at their graduation ceremony on May 27.
Wheatland Crossing School held its first ever graduation, graduating 17 students from the class of 2017.
BMX rider Paige Moldenhauer is getting ready for her biggest competition yet.
The Strathmore High School Spartans boys’ soccer team are continuing to learn and gain experience, which they hope will lead to better results.
The Strathmore Reds AA midget baseball team opened up their regular season with some heavy hitting.
After a decent season for the Strathmore Wheatland Kings, the team has decided to keep its General Manager and Director of Hockey Operations, as well as their head coach and assistant coaches from last year.
The Strathmore Spartans senior girls’ rugby team show much improvement in their second game winning 36-14 against Banff.