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Fort Macleod athlete to represent Canada at world championships

Posted 29 June 2022

Dallas Walker-Milan put her planned retirement from life-saving sport on hold during the pandemic, and it paid off for the…Continue Reading

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George Canyon brings acoustic show to Empress Theatre

Posted 29 June 2022

Canadian country superstar George Canyon is bringing an acoustic show to the Empress on Friday, Aug. 12 at 7:30 p.m.…Continue Reading

Sarah Tricker contributes to new book ‘Inspired Living’

Posted 29 June 2022

The writing of an area resident is part of a new inspirational book.Sarah Tricker of Granum wrote a chapter for…Continue Reading

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F.P. Walshe administrators receive Blackfoot names

Posted 22 June 2022

Staff from F.P. Walshe school and family members of Chad Jensen and Mary Krizan were invited to attend a special…Continue Reading

Alumni invitational basketball tournament tips off Friday

Posted 22 June 2022

A new invitational alumni basketball tournament tips off Friday, June 24 at F.P. Walshe school in Fort Macleod. The tournament…Continue Reading

Livingstone Range presents leadership scholarships

Posted 22 June 2022

A Grade 12 student from Livingstone school in Lundbreck received the 2022 Dr. Lloyd Cavers Scholarship. Ronan Gelber received the…Continue Reading

A-T Walk for a Cure raises $53,500

Posted 22 June 2022

Hundreds of people turned out for a walk into the countryside to raise $53,500 for research for a cure or treatment of a deadly disease. The 23rd A-T Walk for a Cure took place at Hilltop Dairy north of Fort Macleod for the first time in two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “We really…Continue Reading

F.P. Walshe school Class of 2022

Posted 15 June 2022

Here are The Macleod Gazette’s photos of principal Chad Jensen presenting diplomas to the F.P. Walshe school Class of 2022.

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A-T Walk continues search for a cure

Posted 15 June 2022

A simple walk in the countryside Saturday morning carries a big message of hope for children with a rare genetic…Continue Reading


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