A new munitions storage facility will be constructed in Wheatland County, creating new jobs and serving a growing need in Western Canada.
A town hall backup generator will be purchased by the Town of Strathmore in order to allow to the office to operate efficiently as an Emergency Operations Centre (EOC). The backup generator will support and power the entire building. The original budget for the project was approved to the amount of $50,000 and to be completed in 2016. After receivi
Wheatland Elementary have recently began using Math Minds to teach their students mathematics.
Town council passed the new Taxi Bylaw No. 16-14 during the last regular council meeting on October 19.
There was a good turnout of individuals at the Wildrose Strathmore–Brooks Constituency Association annual general meeting on October 20.
The process for selecting a new auditor for the Town of Strathmore has created a situation which seems to undermine local financial business' confidence in the town.
The Sod Turning Ceremony for the Regional Recreational Facility took place on Oct. 18.
The traffic bridge at George Freeman Trail will be removed and replaced likely before the end of the year in 2017.
Two teen girls have been arrested over a disturbing video that appears to show them beating a 62-year-old man in Syracuse, N.Y., who asked them to stop sitting on his lawn, say police.
Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould put forward a new bill Friday that is poised to reverse some elements of one of the previous Conservative government’s tough-on-crime laws that some judges have openly refused to impose on offenders and has been repeatedly criticized as unconstitutional.
There is a 92% chance Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States, if you are to believe the latest polls from the New York Times.
Postmedia Network Canada Corp., Canada’s largest newspaper company and the owner of the Sun, says it intends to reduce staffing costs by 20% after it reported steep declines in revenue and print advertising in the fourth quarter of 2016.
An investigation into child sexual exploitation has culminated in the arrest of 14 suspects from across northern Alberta.
A University of Alberta astronomer may have helped discover an entirely new class of explosive event in space, as part of a global research team.The still-unknown objects erupt with X-rays, spontaneously flaring up to 100 times brighter than normal and then returning to their original X-ray levels. The flare-ups happen in less than a minute and ret
The man accused of killing Hells Angel Bob Green was out on bail at the time of the shooting on drug trafficking charges that he faces with Green’s cousin.
Panic, Clayton Prince says — flat out panic is what caused him to flee from Calgary police officers one night last July.The 34-year-old Calgary man doesn't deny he ran, and he doesn't deny he had marijuana on him, but several months later he still doesn't understand how that led to his being laid up in a hospital with serious injuries.
Bill 6, price volatility and other issues related to the cattle industry like the closure of feedlots in the region, will be topics on the table at a series of fall meetings for the Alberta Beef Producers this month. The Alberta Beef Producers will be holding zone meetings at the end of the month and into November. In Zone 3, which encompasses the
Don’t want to leave town when you need to pick up something or go shopping in the evening, then don’t. Visit the Night Market instead. Strathmore’s Night Market, a creation of Reesa and Cameron Bruce, will be opening it’s doors on November 9 at the Strathmore Golf Club.
Volunteer driver programs are a hot button issue in the news today. In Strathmore, the issue of a new taxi bylaw compared to the operation of a new volunteer driver program, is being discussed and deliberated at municipal council meetings. Volunteer driver programs are a great way for low income residents and people with disabilities to get around,