Upcoming Events

  • 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.
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    Summer fun in forecast for Fort Macleod youth

    Posted 21 July 2017 Comments (0)

    Two young women have plans to make this a fun and exciting summer for Fort Macleod youth. Amy Cook and…Continue Reading

    Election workers sought for municipal election

    Posted 21 July 2017 Comments (0)

    KRIS HOLBECK – GAZETTE CONTRIBUTOR The Town of Fort Macleod is getting ready for Election Day, and we’re looking for…Continue Reading

    Fort Museum to host event honoring history of RCMP

    Posted 21 July 2017 Comments (0)

    The Fort — Museum of the North West Mounted Police will host Scarlet through the Ages, an event organized by…Continue Reading

    Live summer theatre returning to the Empress with production of ‘Black Comedy’

    Posted 12 July 2017 Comments (0)

    Live theatre returns this summer to the stage of the Empress Theatre with the one-act production Black Comedy. Maren Coates…Continue Reading

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    Foothills MP John Barlow presents eight Fort Macleod residents with Canada 150 medals

    Posted 12 July 2017 Comments (0)

    Emotions spilled over June 29 when Foothills MP John Barlow presented Canada 150 medals to people from his constituency. Barlow was also struck by the strong emotions that were prominent during the ceremony at the Highwood Memorial Centre in High River. “It was such a moving evening,” Barlow said. “The feedback from people has been…Continue Reading

    Piikani Nation approved for grizzly study funding

    Posted 12 July 2017 Comments (0)

    Environment and Climate Change Canada has approved the Piikani Nation for $30,390 under the Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk.…Continue Reading

    Fire restriction for part of southern Alberta

    Posted 12 July 2017 Comments (0)

    There is a fire restriction prohibiting open fires on private land, as well as backcountry and non-designated camping sites in…Continue Reading

    Lloyd Cavers Student Leadership Scholarship nominees, from left: Meagan Lahoda of Crowsnest Consolidated, Ryan Plante of Matthew Halton, Brady Douglas of Livingstone, Erinn McRae of J.T. Foster, Dr. Lloyd Cavers, Jessica Mai of F.P. Walshe and Kristina Johnson of Willow Creek Composite.

    Jessica Mai of F.P. Walshe school is nominated for leadership scholarship

    Posted 05 July 2017 Comments (0)

    A hard-working Grade 12 student was F.P. Walshe school’s 2017 nominee for the annual Dr. Lloyd Cavers Student Leadership Scholarship. Jessica Mai joined student leaders from high schools across Livingstone Range School Division as finalists for the prestigious award. F.P. Walshe school principal Sterling Paiha said Jessica was a deserving nominee. “Although I have only…Continue Reading

    Photo Albums Added

    The Class of 2017 at F.P. Walshe school in Fort Macleod held its cap and gown ceremony June 17 in the school gymnasium. Macleod Gazette editor Frank McTighe captured these images.

    The Empress Thetre just wrapped up its two-week run of the musical Annie. Here are some images from Annie.


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