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Oilers levelling up game-night experience

Oilers levelling up game-night experience

“There’s a lot more we can do. What we’ve done so far is push ourselves towards the potential that the Oilers have always had and the next step is to say, “How much higher can we go?” 
Filipinos bring their heart to the community

Filipinos bring their heart to the community

"We want to be a part of the community. This is our second home. I don’t think we will go home to the Philippines. So, if you are part of the community, you can help the community. We’re not only here to work, right?”
Indigenous roper draws on rodeo roots to reach new heights

Indigenous roper draws on rodeo roots to reach new heights

Growing up on Eden Valley Reserve, Colten Lefthand pushed boundaries
FOOTHILLS: Rooted in the Foothills

FOOTHILLS: Rooted in the Foothills

“That energy exchange between performer and audience is something we’re always chasing. It’s like magic.”
FOOTHILLS: Longview teen all fired up

FOOTHILLS: Longview teen all fired up

“It’s not something a lot of people do, especially at my age, but it’s really nice that people are interested in what I’m doing. I’m really thankful for all of the opportunities that people have given me.”
FOOTHILLS: Arts were always around the Corners

FOOTHILLS: Arts were always around the Corners

Foothills family enriched by theatre and music
FOOTHILLS: A community love of theatre

FOOTHILLS: A community love of theatre

“When everything is going well, it really is a huge adrenaline rush when you hear the audience applauding at the end. It is the reason we all do theatre for those moments when it just works. It’s like winning a gold medal.”
FOOTHILLS: Black Diamond artist has her own style

FOOTHILLS: Black Diamond artist has her own style

Scraps, cuttings and bits of thread the inspiration behind Holly Bain’s creations
FOOTHILLS: Opening a new chapter at Yooneek Books

FOOTHILLS: Opening a new chapter at Yooneek Books

“There’s been an incredible, almost like a coming together in the community around the bookstore.”
FOOTHILLS: On the virtual stage

FOOTHILLS: On the virtual stage

“We wanted to come up with a way they could still sort of present their talent and also just try to keep those little sparks that are inside them alive, giving them something to work towards and exciting to do during a crazy time.”