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Human imprint destroying Alberta's lakes, rivers, and fish species: Expert

Human imprint destroying Alberta's lakes, rivers, and fish species: Expert

As the "human footprint" of development, urban sprawl and massive farming continues unabated - while crucial wetlands keep disappearing - the impact on Alberta lakes and rivers is becoming increasingly devastating. That message from Dr.
Barrhead Country Quilters work hard on Quilt of Valour project

Barrhead Country Quilters work hard on Quilt of Valour project

To do their part to honour Canadian soldiers past and present, two dozen members of the Barrhead Country Quilters worked for months to design a quilt to be donated to the national Quilt of Valour (QOV) organization.
Rich Valley painter will be featured artist at prestigious Rodeo Finals exhibit

Rich Valley painter will be featured artist at prestigious Rodeo Finals exhibit

Tammy Taylor paints because it's her passion - a passion she learned as a very young child.
Hundreds expected to honour fallen soldiers at Remembrance Day ceremony

Hundreds expected to honour fallen soldiers at Remembrance Day ceremony

Remembrance Day is about remembering and honouring soldiers and other military personnel who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom and democracy, but also about remembering we must never let tyranny rule, says the president of the Barrhe

PHRD secrecy over superintendent leaving troubles MLA

The region’s MLA said he was surprised to hear there was any issue with former Pembina Hills school division Supt. Richard Harvey.
Barrhead's Habitat For Humanity project heading into final homestretch

Barrhead's Habitat For Humanity project heading into final homestretch

There have been a few bumps along the way, but Barrhead’s first-ever Habitat For Humanity project is coming along very nicely, says project supervisor Bernie Nikkel.

School board superintendent no longer on the job

The highest ranking education official in the region is no longer working for the school board, having left his job for undisclosed reasons two months before he was scheduled to retire following a 35-year career in education.