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Pederson's multi-faceted work connects the circle

Like a circle, Calgary artist Jean Pederson’s diverse work is all connected, even if it appears the abstract, portrait, still life and landscape paintings have nothing in common.
Businessman seeking seat on Irricana council

Businessman seeking seat on Irricana council

A new candidate for Irricana council is hoping to use his business expertise to help the town reach its full potential.

Superintendent encourages Airdrie-area residents to vote

Rocky View Schools’ (RVS) Superintendent of Schools Greg Bass is encouraging residents to vote in the school board election on Oct. 18. RVS’ Ward 1 is the only electoral ward with a race, as all other wards were acclaimed.
Lynn Miles to open Live on 7th season

Lynn Miles to open Live on 7th season

As a folk musician, Lynn Miles finds herself in an enviable situation these days. Having honed her craft for years, she’s now in the ideal situation of doing exactly what she wants to do, career-wise.

Unofficial election results: No results official until noon Oct. 22

• Electoral Division 1 Elected - Rick Butler – 464 Bob Everett - 344 • Electoral Division 2 Elected - Kim Magnuson – 513 Herb Coburn – 227 • Electoral Division 3 Elected - Margaret Bahcheli – 490 Christine Pennell – 439 Breanna Sikorski – 134 Jay Sar

Trustee candidates present platforms

The four candidates seeking to become Rocky View Schools (RVS) Ward 1 trustee presented their platforms to about 300 residents of Crossfield, Oct. 4.

Convicted sex offender living in Linden

RCMP issued a warning on Oct. 7 about John Francis Dionne, 43, a criminal who has moved from Calgary to Linden. RCMP said Dionne has committed “a wide array of offences” that include sexual assaults against females as young as 10.

Prime Minister's awards recognize excellence in teaching

Often when I’m in Olds, I run into some of the many great teachers who taught me in my elementary and high school days.

School board chair sees value in elected trustees

Despite rumours that the Province could replace local school trustees with a superboard or appointed governors, the Rocky View Schools chair says she is confident local boards have proven their worth and are here to stay.
New location may save Toy Library

New location may save Toy Library

The Okotoks Toy Library may have found a solution to both its financial problems and its search for a new home.