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    In light of the rising number of active COVID-19 cases in Alberta and Fort Macleod, should town council cancel the 2020 Santa Claus Parade out of an abundance of caution for public safety?
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    Author Jacqueline Carmichael

    Author explores World War One through stories ‘Heard Amid the Guns’

    Posted 18 November 2020 Comments (0)

    A new book released this month takes readers into the trenches of World War One to explore stories of heroism…Continue Reading

    Livingstone Range recruiting bus drivers

    Posted 18 November 2020 Comments (0)

    Livingstone Range School Division needs an influx of drivers to keep the wheels on the school buses going round and…Continue Reading

    School board reverts to electronic meetings

    Posted 18 November 2020 Comments (0)

    A spike in the number of COVID-19 cases in Alberta pushed Livingstone Range School Board back to electronic meetings. Trustee…Continue Reading

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    New minister for Trinity United Church

    Posted 11 November 2020 Comments (0)

    Trinity United Church, with our sister church in Granum, is pleased to welcome Rev. MiYeon Kim to our midst. Rev.…Continue Reading

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    Fort Macleod Santa Claus Parade adapts to pandemic

    Posted 11 November 2020 Comments (0)

    The COVID-19 pandemic has organizers of the 39th annual Fort Macleod Santa Claus Parade playing catch-up. The parade committee delayed…Continue Reading

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    Tom O’Connor returns to the cage Wednesday

    Posted 11 November 2020 Comments (0)

    After a long layoff brought on by injury and the COVID-19 pandemic Fort Macleod’s Thomas O’Connor can’t wait to climb…Continue Reading

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    Boer War veteran remembered at Granum

    Posted 11 November 2020 Comments (0)

    “At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.” That famous line from Lawrence Binyon’s poem For the Fallen is repeated every Nov. 11 during the Remembrance Day service. Those words stand true this year at Granum, thanks to the efforts of the Last Post Fund and the Granum…Continue Reading

    University researcher opens prairie cover crop survey

    Posted 04 November 2020 Comments (0)

    Fort Macleod and district farmers have an opportunity this fall to help research that will provide long-term benefit to agriculture on the prairies. Callum Morrison, a 25-year-old PhD student at the University of Manitoba, is conducting an on-line survey on cover crops. “The survey will directly benefit prairie farmers,” Morrison said in an interview. “Despite…Continue Reading