Strathmore’s past and present are about to meet like never before thanks to an ambitious historical project.
Josh Chalmers, Airdrie Echo/Hanna Herald/Strathmore Standard
There was a little extra zing at this year’s Strathmore Stampede, as the Chili Extravaganza hit the grounds on Saturday, July 30.
The Strathmore Reds Alumni team are Border Wars Champions after taking two of three games in Libby, Montana the weekend of July 8.
Strathmore-Brooks MLA Derek Fildebrandt’s suspension from the Wildrose caucus was short lived, with the caucus voting to lift the suspension.
Strathmore RCMP have arrested and charged two people after a raid on a rural property near Langdon found $1.425 million in marijuana plants.
Pulling the plug at the last minute was never Chris Morgan’s intention, but the timeframe proved too short for the Emergency Services Appreciation Day scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 19 in Kinsmen Park.
Just a couple weeks after the recent Alberta election made Derek Fildebrandt the newest Strathmore-Brooks MLA he’s adding another title as the Wildrose’s Shadow Minister of Finance.
The Strathmore-Brooks riding will be Wildrose once again after Derek Fildebrandt was declared victorious in Alberta's 29th general election.
After years of running under the Strathmore Community Football Association (SCFA) next year’s Strathmore Spartans high school football team will be brought in-house at Strathmore High School (SHS) for next season.
With Town Councillor John Rempel officially off council as of the turn of the month, Strathmore is getting on to the business of replacing
Winter can be cold and depressing at the best of times, but without a proper winter wardrobe, or the funds to acquire one, it gets even worse.
After deciding to hold open budget discussions hours prior to them starting on Thursday, Oct. 30, Strathmore Town Council reversed their decision and closed the meetings to the public.
With the Wheatland Business Women (WBW) group holding their farewell event on Monday, Oct. 6, organizers are looking to see if a new group should rise from the ashes to take its place.
An ice jam on the Bow River through Siksika Nation had residents on high alert overnight Wednesday, April 9.
Increased spring runoff has led to Wheatland County coming under a High Water Level Alert.
Parents are being encouraged to educate their children on some of the dangers of social media after several complaints from the Strathmore and Langdon area regarding sexually explicit messages.
The importance of Canada’s National Parks are sometimes overlooked but that certainly isn’t the case for a group of eager Crowther Memorial Junior High (CMJHS) students whose Parks Canada project could earn them a trip to Victoria.
After a well received run last summer Walt Wingfield will be back on the Rosebud stage this coming weekend.
Last week was a good one for hockey. Like you didn’t know that. Most of Canada was pretty aware of the dual-Gold medals won by our senior national teams at the Olympics... actually no need for half-measures here, everyone was aware of that.
When I think about the upcoming Understanding Islam I can’t help but think of the song “(What’s so funny ‘bout) peace, love and understanding”.