Treena Mielke

GoFundMe page set up for Rimbey area woman experiencing Lyme disease symptoms

Young mom needs help coping with medical costs

  • May 24, 2018

Happy Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day involved simple gift of time

Council highlights

Council to fund Rimbey Boys and Girls Club for $15,000

UPDATE: No charges in found horses near Bentley

Responding Ponoka veterinarian says horses were in healthy condition.

Medicine Lodge Ski Hill a great place for family fun

The ski hill is now open on weekends and over school holidays

UPDATE: Ambulance’s slow response time angers family

Woman suffers stroke, waits nearly an hour for ambulance

Influenza hits hard in Alberta

Flu season hits hard

Rock ‘n Rimbey gets off to rock’n start

47 cars take part in cruise

Updated: Webb’s inappropriate handing of food made public

Councillor to issue public apology

Rimbey to take part in Big Valley Jamboree challenge

The Town of Rimbey has an opportunity to be host to Big Valley Jamboree’s Small Town Saturday Night coming up next year.

Central Alberta author Myrna Pearman pens new book

Stunning photographs by local photographer lead to creation of new book, ‘Beauty Everywhere’

Town council to lobby province for funds to rebuild beach

The prospect of Sylvan Lake once again enjoying a wide sandy beach has not been washed away by town council

Taking away our wild rose crazy, ludicrous, just wrong

The wild rose continues to flourish abundantly in our roadside ditches and spill out unexpectedly in cracks and crannies everywhere.

Journey to Hockeyville 2014 almost done

They say the longest journey begins with a single step.

Council gives go-ahead to sponsorship opportunity project

A fundraising committee looking to bring in $2 million for a new recreation facility has been given the green light by council.

Team raises funds for playground at Steffie

Students at École Steffie Woima Elementary School could be having fun climbing and playing on a brand new playground

Boom Chucka Boys nominated for five ACMA awards

A few years ago a group of musicians, just breaking into the industry, needed a name for their band.

$50,000 prize will help with repairs at Spruce View facility

“United Farmers of Alberta, help us keep our umbrellas where they need to be - outside.”

Cameron organizing Return to Normandy to mark 70th anniversary of D-Day

Allan Cameron is convinced he was born in the wrong era.