• Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS) meets in the Bill Simpson Room at the Claresholm Library on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. Phone Shannon at 403-915-4622.
  • Licensed preschool program runs Tuesday and Thursdays for three- and four-year-old children. Morning and afternoon classes offered. Call 403-715-4042 to register or Facebook Fort Macleod Preschool.
  • Project Read needs tutors for learners. Phone 403-553-4106.
  • Canadian Blood Services needs donors in southern Alberta. To book an appointment, call 1-888-236-6283.
  • Become a Red Cross disaster response volunteer. Call 403-327-7117 or visit www.redcross.ca/southernalberta.

    Leeroy Stagger unplugged at the Empress Theatre

    Posted 18 September 2018 Comments (0)

    Roots rocker Leeroy Stagger is bringing a pared down version of his show with The Rebeltone Sound to the Empress…Continue Reading

    New seniors’ lodge opens in Fort Macleod

    Posted 18 September 2018 Comments (0)

    Fort Macleod’s senior citizens have a new home. The grand opening of the new $9.065-million Pioneer Lodge culminated Thursday with…Continue Reading

    New federal rules for strychnine worry councillors

    Posted 18 September 2018 Comments (0)

    LAWRENCE GLEASON, GAZETTE CONTRIBUTOR Land owners using strychnine for ground squirrel control have until Sept. 27 to give their feedback…Continue Reading

    Splash’n Boots bring Big Love to Empress Theatre

    Posted 18 September 2018 Comments (0)

    The Empress Theatre will be filled with big love, hugs and kisses on Thursday, Sept. 20. Children’s entertainers Splash’n Boots…Continue Reading

    Kenow fire uncovered Waterton archaeology sites

    Posted 11 September 2018 Comments (0)

    Last summer’s Kenow Wildfire destroyed more than 19,000 hectares in Waterton Lakes National Park and the resulting loss of vegetation has revealed archaeological sites that were previously hidden in the underbrush. Working alongside Parks Canada archaeologist Bill Perry, Rachel Lindemann, Alanna Shockley, Kevin Black Plume and Tatyanna Ewald, a graduate student from the University of…Continue Reading

    RCMP strategy shows early results

    Posted 11 September 2018 Comments (0)

    The Alberta RCMP’s crime reduction strategy is showing good early returns. The crime reduction strategy is touted as a comprehensive,…Continue Reading

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    Rose Cousins opens new Centre Stage Series

    Posted 11 September 2018 Comments (0)

    Juno Award-winning roots-pop musician Rose Cousins is the first performance of the Empress Theatre’s new season of music. Cousins starts…Continue Reading

    Opioid information session at Fort Macleod Library

    Posted 11 September 2018 Comments (0)

    How did we get here? This is a question on many Albertans’ minds regarding the opioid crisis. The issue is…Continue Reading

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    Fort Macleod has recently seen the modernization of two schools ($18-million), the construction of a new seniors' lodge ($9-million) and the development of a new administration building shared by the town and school division ($5-million). Which is your favourite?
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