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Brent Calver

Brent Calver
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GALLERY: Big Rock Singers spread Christmas with a Celtic Twist

GALLERY: Big Rock Singers spread Christmas with a Celtic Twist

The Big Rock Singers, along with the Backbeat Irish Dancers and the Calgary Burns Club Singers, performed in "Christmas Joy, a Celtic Celebration" at the Okotoks United Church on December 6.
GALLERY: Christmas comes early at the Comp

GALLERY: Christmas comes early at the Comp

Students of the Alberta High School of Fine Arts present their Winder Wonderland Concert
GALLERY: Christmas comes to Elma Street

GALLERY: Christmas comes to Elma Street

Lineham House Galleries and the historic Mahon House played host to several artisans and vendors on Saturday, Nov. 30 during theĀ Elma Street Christmas event.
GALLERY: Friends find fellowship at the swing set

GALLERY: Friends find fellowship at the swing set

Goodger-Pink Family Theatre's production of "The Fellowship of the Swing" debuted at the Rotary Performing Arts Centre this weekend.
VIDEO: Police charge suspected police impersonator

VIDEO: Police charge suspected police impersonator

Okotoks RCMP have laid charges against the man arrested following the Nov. 19 robbery of a rural residence, including robbery with a firearm.
VIDEO: Cat herding for Pound Rescue

VIDEO: Cat herding for Pound Rescue

Western Wheel/OkotoksToday.ca photojournalist Brent Calver was assigned to visit one of Pound Rescue's foster homes to photograph rescued kittens. Getting the fluffy little family to pose for a photo proved an entertaining challenge.
UPDATED: Fatal collision on Northridge Drive

UPDATED: Fatal collision on Northridge Drive

Okotoks RCMP has released more information relating to a fatal single-vehicle collision on Highway 2A between 338 Ave. and Banister Drive that occurred early in the morning of Nov. 9.
GALLERY: Scenes of life, death, sweets and song

GALLERY: Scenes of life, death, sweets and song

PHOTO: Students placing crosses in remembrance

PHOTO: Students placing crosses in remembrance

GALLERY: Foothills Search and Rescue exercise at Millarville Ag

GALLERY: Foothills Search and Rescue exercise at Millarville Ag

Foothills Search and Rescue conducted a training exercise around the Millarville Ag Society grounds on Nov. 2 for theĀ organization's specially trained volunteer members, putting to test various specialized skills the group is trained in, including equine search techniques, lost person behaviour, tracking, first aid, and rope rescue.