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    Willow Creek composite 50th reunion takes different shape

    Posted 27 May 2020 Comments (0)

    Willow Creek Composite high school is celebrating two 50th anniversaries this year — the 50th anniversary of its opening and…Continue Reading

    Fish and Game releases hen pheasants into wild

    Posted 27 May 2020 Comments (0)

    For years Fort Macleod Fish and Game has been releasing rooster pheasants raised in captivity into their natural habitat in…Continue Reading

    Fruit, shade trees planted around Fort Macleod

    Posted 27 May 2020 Comments (0)

    Fort Macleod got a little greener last week thanks to the work of some community organizations. Fruit and shade trees…Continue Reading

    Macleod takes aim at drug dealers, absent land owners

    Posted 20 May 2020 Comments (0)

    Fort Macleod is potting a bulls-eye on drug dealers and the land owners who enable them. A new Safe Communities…Continue Reading

    COVID-19 diagnosis provided relief to ‘rollercoaster of uncertainty’

    Posted 20 May 2020 Comments (0)

    As the Alberta government eases restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic, Fort Macleod residents are urged to proceed with caution. That…Continue Reading

    Delivering gifts to Fort Macleod doorsteps

    Posted 20 May 2020 Comments (0)

    There are ninjas at work in Fort Macleod in the midst of the pandemic. These ninjas are using their powers for good — dropping off gifts at the doorsteps of unsuspecting citizens to brighten their day. Jackie Nelson joined an Alberta group on Facebook and decided to create a Fort Macleod page. “Our group has…Continue Reading

    Granum cancels Canada Day celebration

    Posted 20 May 2020 Comments (0)

    The COVID-19 pandemic claimed another victim this month. Organizers of Granum Canada Day decided to cancel the annual celebration well…Continue Reading

    Borders closed to non-essential travel

    Posted 14 May 2020 Comments (0)

    Although Alberta began lifting pandemic restrictions the Canadian border remains closed to non-essential travel. The Canada Border Services Agency reminds travellers the restrictions announced in March are still in place at all of Canada’s international border crossings. The government of Canada introduced these border measures to limit the spread of COVID-19 in Canada, including the…Continue Reading