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Familiar face to run for Rocky View council

Familiar face to run for Rocky View council

Rocky View County residents are being given another choice in the upcoming municipal election. Former long-time Rocky View County reporter Enrique Massot, 61, has announced his intentions to run for councillor in Division 9.
Steel town rockers to play Hotel

Steel town rockers to play Hotel

A s a rock band, steel town’s Huron have been together for barely a couple of years. But don’t let that fool you.
Veteran Beiseker councillor seeking re-election Oct. 18

Veteran Beiseker councillor seeking re-election Oct. 18

After about 20 years on council, Beiseker councillor Ray Courtman, 63, is seeking re-election, Oct. 18. “I just really love the village and would like to see it develop in some kind of fashion that pleases most people,” said Courtman.
Mayoral candidate pledges open representation

Mayoral candidate pledges open representation

Luc Rodrique wants to work with the people of Crossfield, to make sure everyone has a voice in the future of the community.
Cray to open Banff Centre series

Cray to open Banff Centre series

Five-time Grammy Award-winning bluesman Robert Cray kicks off The Banff Centre’s Visiting Artist’s Series, Oct. 8 in the Eric Harvie Theatre. Opening for Cray will be Canadian bluesman Colin Linden.

It's time to make education a priority

I’ve recently started knocking on doors throughout my constituency in order to ensure I understand the concerns of those I represent.
Kathyrn school council veteran looking to represent Ward 1

Kathyrn school council veteran looking to represent Ward 1

Shauna Traub has set her heights high for this October. The mother of three is vying to be Rocky View Schools’ (RVS) newest trustee. She has served on Kathyrn’s school council as treasurer or chair over the past 12 years.

Comedians battle cancer with humour

Breast cancer is never a joke, but five comedians are using comedy to raise money to fight breast cancer in communities across Alberta. The Boob Tour arrives in Canmore on Oct.
Stone rolling into town

Stone rolling into town

Jayme Stone is a guy who likes travel. He’s also a guy who likes to tell stories of his travels through his music. Fortunately, he doesn’t mind sharing those songs and on Oct. 8, the Juno Award winner will share them with you at Communitea Café.

Government's Economic Action Plan coming to an end

As students return to school and farmers continue working through a difficult harvest, Parliament is reconvening in Ottawa.