Livingstone Range international student program is growing

Posted 26 January 2022

Fifty-eight international students are in Livingstone Range School Division classrooms this year. The students are from Azerbaijan Austria, Belgium, Chile,…Continue Reading

Willow Creek MPC approves bitcoin mining operation

Posted 26 January 2022

The MD of Willow Creek Municipal Planning Commission approved the use of an existing building in the Claresholm Industrial Area…Continue Reading

Community foundation accepting grant applications

Posted 26 January 2022

The Community Foundation of Lethbridge and Southwestern Alberta is accepting grant applications for the Community Priorities, Henry S. Varley Fund…Continue Reading

Memphis is Fort Macleod’s New Year’s Baby

Posted 19 January 2022

Fort Macleod didn’t have to wait long for its 2022 New Year’s Baby. Memphis Amanda Joy Knelsen-White was born at 4:49 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 2, weighing seven pounds five ounces. Memphis is the first child for Tatyana Knelsen and Bryce White. “It feels great,” said Memphis’s father Bryce White. “It’s a fantastic way to start…Continue Reading

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Fort Macleod’s Nathan Coast patrols blue line for Golden Hawks

Posted 19 January 2022

A Fort Macleod defenceman is patrolling the blue line for the Val Matteotti Golden Hawks. Nathan Coast made the Alberta…Continue Reading

Peter and the Wolves rocking out at the Empress

Posted 19 January 2022

KIM BERRETH, GAZETTE CONTRIBUTOR Cuff your jeans, button your shirt and comb back your hair, ’50s style, and  Peter and…Continue Reading

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Housing liaison worker is here to help people

Posted 12 January 2022

Stacey Marcom has long had a passion for helping other people. In her new role as housing liaison worker, Marcom…Continue Reading

Hockey Through the Ages tournament shaping up

Posted 12 January 2022

Hockey players, including one from Dallas, Texas, are signing up quickly for the chance to lace up the blades next…Continue Reading

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New FCSS co-ordinator excited by the challenge

Posted 12 January 2022

Amanda Lawrence is excited for her new opportunity to help the residents of Fort Macleod. Lawrence is the new co-ordinator of Family and Community Support Services (FCSS), taking over from Angie O’Connor who retired Dec. 17 after 14 years in the position. “The position of program co-ordinator felt like the next natural step in my…Continue Reading


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