In what has been the bluntest talk yet about the future of the Calgary Flames, president of operations Brian Burke said the much-loved NHL team will leave the city if they don't get the new arena they've been seeking.
Strathmore Badger Max Sims was a part of something special playing for the Team South in the 2017 Football Alberta Bantam Bowl.
There’s less than a month left before the annual Tri-Smore Strathmore Triathlon.
BMX rider Paige Moldenhauer is getting ready for her biggest competition yet.
The Alberta High School Rodeo district championships was held in Strathmore last weekend, bringing with it some of the best talent in the region for rodeo.
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.
OTTAWA — Never a dull moment.
The Strathmore Reds bantam AA started their season off on the right note, scoring 34 runs in their first two games.
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.
For months people in and around Strathmore have been talking about the Off The Rails Run, a free run, which will be held by the Strathmore Run Club on June 3.
The Strathmore Spartans boys’ rugby team showed improvement in their second game against Banff Community High School, but came out on the losing end, 29-0.
The Maple Leafs kids were more than all right during the 2016-17 season.
It was a bloody fashion crime that even Don Cherry is pleading guilty to.
The basketball program at Wheatland Elementary has helped students better learn the game of basketball, while keeping them active.
The Strathmore High School Spartans girls’ rugby team kicked off their season with a 37-0 loss to the Foothills Composite High School Falcons.
Six athletes of the Strathmore Silhouettes competitive gymnastics team have qualified to attend the 2017 Women’s Artistic Provincial Championships, which will be held in Fort McMurray, Alberta April 6-9, 2017. The six girls, ranging in age from 10-14, attended the Southern Zones Championships, which were held at the University of Calgary March 16-1
The Wheatland Chiefs are midget AA provincial champions for the first time in their history.