Skip to content

Westlock News

Midgets Warriors skate past Edson

Midgets Warriors skate past Edson

Club now looks forward to hosting the Gord Smith Memorial Tournament this coming weekend in Westlock
Pembina Hills students mostly on par with province in Provincial Achievement Test (PAT) results

Pembina Hills students mostly on par with province in Provincial Achievement Test (PAT) results

Annual PATs and Grade 12 Diploma Exams scores released Nov. 13
Rollover sends man to hospital

Rollover sends man to hospital

Nov. 21 incident occurred in the area of Township Road 601 and Range Road 273
Town & Country writer featured in 4-H magazine

Town & Country writer featured in 4-H magazine

Les Dunford’s contributions to 4-H lauded in 4-H Alberta Magazine
Strengthening property rights first on rural crime agenda

Strengthening property rights first on rural crime agenda

Justice minister introduces Bill 27 to the house for first reading Nov. 19
Solar project nears completion

Solar project nears completion

Large crane used to lift crates of panels onto the Rotary Spirit Centre roof as part of $1.1M project
CAO tenders resignation

CAO tenders resignation

Dwight Dibben was hired as CAO in April 2018 and tendered his resignation last week. The Town of Westlock is officially looking for a new chief administrator. Town council accepted Dwight Dibben’s resignation at their Nov.
Town finally gets stormwater grant

Town finally gets stormwater grant

The provincial government has released $1 million in funding for a stormwater pond project after placing it on hold earlier this year following the provincial election, but officials are still waiting for confirmation of $1.
Fire destroys 107-year-old building

Fire destroys 107-year-old building

One of the oldest buildings in Westlock burned to the ground last week and now one local business owner is waiting to see what his options are and what he’ll do next. Westlock firefighters were called to the scene of the blaze at 9919 107 St.
Reeve looks forward to year ahead

Reeve looks forward to year ahead

Lou Hall will continue as Westlock County reeve following the municipality’s organizational meeting in October. Lou Hall will lead Westlock County council into what may prove to be a very formative year for the municipality.