Over the weekend some local Strathmorites got together to raise hope for a baby recently diagnosed with leukemia.
A Strathcona County family is pleading for the safe return of a chest containing a woman's ashes.
Two Alberta chemists have created the first commercial application of molecular electronics — a guitar pedal made with a molecular device to help musicians improve sound quality.
Officers have arrested a suspected drug dealer after seizing $240,000 worth of drugs, cash and a handgun from an Edmonton home.
You might say he was Runnin' with the Devil.
Strathmore-Brooks MLA Derek Fildebrandt is on a mission to unite the Progressive Conservatives (PC’s) and Wildrose into one party through the power of liberty conservatism.
The Liberal government's decision to remove the visa needed for visitors to Canada from Mexico is making it easier for criminals to enter the country.
Strathmore celebrated Canada Day and the 150th anniversary of confederation in style on July 1st. It was such a great day. There was so much to see, hear and do in town, starting off at 7:30 a.m. with the Strathmore Fire Department's breakfast at the fire hall.
Wheatland County Counselling will soon be opening it's doors in Strathmore on September 5, 2017. The new service is owned and operated by Certified Trauma Practitioner and Registered Psychologist Rachel Dundas.
In May, Justice Jennifer Pritchard heard differing views on the young man who murdered 16-year-old Hannah Leflar, the 19-year-old said to suffer from depression and other effects of a troubled childhood.
An 11-year old boy was severely injured in a backyard party on Canada Day after a homemade combustible device exploded.
Maybe we’ll get it right by Canada’s 200th birthday and give the Order of Canada to Don Cherry.
Tens of thousands of Canadians are being forced to travel abroad to receive the healthcare they need.
A Calgary man was sentenced last week by a U.S. judge to 97 months in jail and ordered to pay $2.3 million in restitution for a massive fraud.
The Calgary man accused in the CanadaCreep voyeurism investigation faces more charges.
In the months before her death, Martine Partridge wrote a letter to family and friends explaining her decision to seek medical assistance to end her life.
Recreational marijuana may be legal by Canada Day 2018, but Canadians will probably be buying it online, says Ottawa lawyer Trina Fraser.
Keeping tabs on a tabby's tail can help pet owners understand their cat's behaviour much better.
More than a decade after the crime, a former Calgary man has been sentenced to 5-1/2 years for the manslaughter death of his then-girlfriend's two-year-old boy.