Clem T. Go-Fur broken but on the mend

Clem T. Go-Fur broken but on the mend There is lingering mourning and a touch of anxiety in the hamlet of Torrington as they await the official word whether the community's beloved mascot, Clem T. Go-Fur, will ever again stand tall and proud to welcome tourists.

Clem T. Go-Fur broken but on the mend

Clem T. Go-Fur broken but on the mend

There is lingering mourning and a touch of anxiety in the hamlet of Torrington as they await the official word whether the...


Housing board approves Sundre lodge project

The new Sundre seniors lodge project has taken another big step forward with the Mountain View Seniors Housing (MVSH) board...


Albertas necessary sacrifice in 1914-1918

It is conventional wisdom that the Great War of 1914-1918 was a senseless waste of the 10 million young soldiers who died in...


Dogpound Stampede rodeo attracts 1,500

About 1,500 spectators enjoyed excellent weather to take in the 109th annual Dogpound Stampede rodeo July 16.


Multiple crop diseases active, says plant pathologist

It has been what one plant pathologist for the province called a banner year for stripe rust but that is not the only...


Bergen committee reviews survey results

The steering committee overseeing the updating of the Bergen area structure plan (ASP) has accepted the results of a survey...


County council approves negotiations over Sundre servicing

Mountain View County council has OKd talks between the Town of Sundre and the municipality regarding utility servicing...


Gleniffer Lake Residents Respond to Plains Midstream Outreach

Residents living along Gleniffer Lake and the nearby Red Deer River should check their mailboxes and their email inboxes as...