Over the weekend some local Strathmorites got together to raise hope for a baby recently diagnosed with leukemia.
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.
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.
On June 1, students at Westmount school celebrated Western Day and hosted a Powwow with their guests special dignitaries and councillors from Siksika Nation.
The exciting news buzzing about the Strathmore Municipal Library is that the library will be moving into a temporary location with renovations and plans for expansion are planned for this year.
WalkAble is a cellphone application created by four female computer science students at Strathmore High School. Together after over four months of hard work, designing, creating, marketing, and consulting with business mentors, Katie Doak, Kaila Estall, Emma Ewashen and Rachel Huhn attended the University of Calgary’s regional competition called Te
June is commercial-passenger vehicle safety month and on June 1 a mobile commercial vehicle inspection unit was parked on the TransCanada Highway in Strathmore throughout the day, stopping commercial vehicles travelling through the community on the highway and inspecting loads.
Several Strathmore High School (SHS) students were recognized as champions at the bi-annual Strathmore High School Breakfast of Champions on June 1.
Students from Brentwood Elementary School got the trip of their lifetime last week as students won a CTV television contest that took them to the legislature for the weekend.
Since being addressed by members of the public at a Wheatland County council meeting in early May 2017, staff from Bio-Can Ltd. have been working with Wheatland County on a plan of public engagement and are set to address the county council once more at the June 6 meeting.
Former town councillor Earl Best is looking to do what’s “Best for Strathmore” with his candidacy for mayor.
Take a quick glance around Strathmore and you will likely see the Hope Bridges Society Painted Quilts project mounted on the sides of businesses in town.
224 graduating Strathmore High School students celebrated at their graduation ceremony on May 27.
This month new ground will be broken at the new Birth Forrest. On June 3 Communities in Bloom will be hosting a special event to commemorate 45 trees and shrubs at the new Birth Forrest location.
Wheatland Crossing School held its first ever graduation, graduating 17 students from the class of 2017.
On May 26, students, staff, former teachers and local dignitaries took a glance back in history 25 years to 1992, as Carseland School welcomed the public to view the school’s re-opened time capsule.
The Strathmore and District Chamber of Commerce formally elected a new board of directors. The list of directors was announced during their last meeting on May 23.
Digital eye strain is a problem that affects nearly 70 per cent of all Albertans, reveals a provincial survey conducted in April. The issue is whether or not Albertans can unplug a bit from their electronics like cellphones and computers and help their eyes readjust.