The Daysland Golf Course is celebrating its 65th year of business by opening a new attraction: an island green on the newly renovated third hole.
The project has been in the works for the better part of a decade, and the new third hole and extended fourth hole are finally in use. Read More →
The Stanley Cup visited Viking this past weekend weekend, but unlike its visit of two years ago, it was a much smaller, more personal affair. Read More →
On Saturday, Aug. 9, Lougheed held its 91st annual fair.
Highway travellers can catch sight of these common birds very often perching on fenceposts and signs, but rarely do we get the view caught by CP photographer Jae Robbins of a Red-tailed hawk, or chicken hawk, as they are sometimes called.
During the late hours of Wednesday, Aug. 6, many in Flagstaff were awakened by strong winds and lightning, but some places, like Strome, experienced severe damage due to strong winds and hail.
The Spring Lake Masters competed in the Canadian National Oldtimers Baseball Federation’s annual tournament from Aug. 1 to 4 this summer. Read More →
Flagstaff County has an assortment of unique and interesting museums and archives that are open to the public and are available to be toured throughout the summer.
It can sometimes be difficult to get to all of the different small towns and see what they have to offer, and Katelyn Richards of Flagstaff County is aiming to find a way to not only make them all accessible in one day, but to explore what makes each museum different. Read More →
When the Sedgewick Lake Park Association sent a letter to Sedgewick Council in June, regarding their endeavour to build a spray park, Council passed a motion to fully support the project.
Council further promised the allocation of $28,819 to the project.
The $28,819 was originally given to the new playground at the school but was returned by the CHSPS Parent Association when they received some unexpected grant funding.
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