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Homes needed for some stray Dawgs

With baseball season around the corner, the Okotoks Dawgs are looking to find suitable accommodations for their recruits who are scheduled to spend the summer in Okotoks.
Foothills youth grabs the golden ringette

Foothills youth grabs the golden ringette

A 15-year-old DeWinton girl and her teammates only beat Team Quebec once this year. But they did it when it counted the most – in the finals of the U-16 ringette national championship.
Edison's birdies reaching impressive heights

Edison's birdies reaching impressive heights

An Okotoks school, which adopted badminton because it fit the image it hopes to portray, is trying to reclaim a provincial banner.
Young talent on display at Okotoks event

Young talent on display at Okotoks event

The rodeo stars of tomorrow showcased their impressive skills at the Okotoks Agricultural Society Arena on April 16.

Donations flow in for Dunbow Recreation Centre

The Dunbow Recreation Centre took a major step towards becoming a reality after a successful charity game and gala on April 16 in Okotoks.
Okotokian sets sites on 2012 Paralympics

Okotokian sets sites on 2012 Paralympics

An Okotoks Stingray found plenty of gold at the home of the Golden Gophers. Eighteen-year-old Kirstie Kasko won seven gold medals at the Can-Am Paralympic Spring Swimming Nationals April 7-9 at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
Capitals teammates pitch in to help build arena

Capitals teammates pitch in to help build arena

A Washington Capitals’ defenceman scored some major son-in-law points over the weekend.
High River native backstops Dinos to national tournament

High River native backstops Dinos to national tournament

It was a season of collegiate hockey to remember for a local goaltender.
Business sense needed before auction

Business sense needed before auction

Chuckwagon drivers have to know how to manoeuvre at the business table before they go out and try to turn barrels with a team of horses.
Gold medalist talking about Hometown Heroes

Gold medalist talking about Hometown Heroes

It doesn’t matter to an Olympic gold medalist if he is helping to raise funds for a multi-million sports complex or just providing a few soccer balls for children in Africa, he just wants youngsters to have the right to play.