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Fort Macleod emergency department to close for two days

Posted on 15 July 2024 by staff

Due to a lack of physician coverage, the Fort Macleod Health Centre emergency department  will close for 24 hours. The emergency department will close at 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 16 and re-open at 8 a.m. Wednesday, July 17 to provide 24-hour service. During the closure, nursing staff will remain on-site to provide care for long-term…Continue Reading

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Patton new assistant principal at W.A. Day school

Posted on 11 July 2024 by admin

Livingstone Range School Division announced lst week that Craig Patton is acting assistant principal of W.A. Day school beginning in…Continue Reading

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Empress offers summer drama camps

Posted on 11 July 2024 by Editor

The Empress Theatre’s popular drama camps get under way this week with six offerings on tap. Katelyn Heidinger returns to…Continue Reading

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Charles Weaselhead joins Order of Canada

Posted on 11 July 2024 by staff

Charles Weaselhead of the Blood Tribe is one of the newest members of the Order of Canada. Governor General Mary…Continue Reading

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Fort Museum marks Canada Day

Posted on 11 July 2024 by Editor

Hundreds of people filled the courtyard at the Fort Museum on Monday for a celebration of Canada’s 157th year. The…Continue Reading

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Heat wave poses health risks in Fort Macleod

Posted on 11 July 2024 by Editor

Fort Macleod and district residents are urged to take care during a heat wave that is expected to drive temperatures…Continue Reading

Fort Macleod celebrates 150th – photo album

Posted on 04 July 2024 by staff

Fort Macleod celebrated its 150th anniversary with a party that had something for everyone. Here are some images.

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Midnight Days Rodeo photo album

Posted on 04 July 2024 by staff

Here are some images from the Fort Macleod Midnight Days Rodeo, which took place June 25-26.

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Fort Macleod celebrates past, future

Posted on 04 July 2024 by Editor

Fort Macleod celebrated its rich past last weekend, while looking forward to a prosperous future. The community came together for a 150th anniversary celebration that included the return of professional rodeo, an array of musical and other entertainment, and the announcement of a new park on the south side of town. “The history of this…Continue Reading

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