The Tories And Wildrose Party Members Who Voted Down A Liberal Motion That Would Have Supported Gay-Straight Alliances In The Province Say Schools Are Already Mandated To Provide A Safe Environment For Students.
Former Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty Passed Away Thursday, April 10th At The Age 64 In His Ottawa Apartment.
2 Young Offenders Have Been Arrested And Face Charges.
The First Road Closures In Mountain View County Occurred On Wednesday, April 9th And Many More Are Expected As The Snowpack Continues To Melt.
The Chinook's Edge Superintendent Believes The Provincial Government's Funding Model Is Flawed And It Has Left The Central Alberta RCSD With A $1.4 Million Dollar Shortfall.
Meaghan Mikkelson Overcame More Than Most To Help Team Canada Strike Gold In Sochi. Despite Playing With A Broken Right Hand, The Former Wisconsin Badger Set Up The First Goal Of Canada's Stirring Late Game Comeback Versus The Americans.
The Tax Rate Increase For Sundre Residents Is Going To Be Just Below 3%, while Businesses Will See A Hike Of Just Under 1.6%.
Taking Action Is The Theme For 2014, And The MP For Wildrose Says That Is Exactly What The Federal Government Did On April 3rd By Announcing The New Canadian Victims Bill of Rights.
The AHT Welcomed The Personnel Who Made The Purchase Possible To The Olds College Campus On Friday, April 4th.
The Man Of The Year For The American Hockey League's St. John's IceCaps Is Once Again Jason Jaffray.
Municipalities And Their Taxpayers Will No Longer Be Left Picking Up The Shortfall When Fire Departments Respond To Emergency Situations On Provincial Highways.
A More Permanent Step To Ease The National Grain Backlog Was Taken When The Federal Government Tabled Legislation To Further Enhance Rail Service. Alberta's Ag Minister Verlyn Olsen Calls The Fair Rail For Grain Farmers Act, 'Finally A Response To What They Had Been Asking For'.
A $32.5 Million Dollar Increase In Provincial Funding This year Is Aimed At Giving Post-Secondary Students In Alberta Greater Access To High Demand Programs. At Olds College, The Money Will Go Towards 18 First Year Fashion Apparel Diploma Program Spaces.
The City of Airdrie Is Getting A UFA Petroleum Bulk Fuel & Cardlock Along With A New Farm & Ranch Supply Store In 2015.
An Increase In The Municipal Tax Rate For Of Bowden Is Slated For This Year Following The Approval Of The Town's New Budget.
OAS Membership Made The Bold & Visionary Decision One Year Ago To Change To The Olds Regional Exhibition. Monday's (March 24th) Annual General Meeting Included The Official Launch, Along With A New Logo.
The First Major Of The PGA Season Is In The Books. Bubba Watston Walked Away With The Championship And Another Iconic Sport Coat. Meanwhile, Golfers In Olds And Area Are Getting Closer To Being Able To Work On Their Swing.
The Opportunity To Play Junior Hockey In Olds Brought Dozens Of Aspiring AJHLers To Town To Perform In Front OGs Coaches And Scouts.
This June 27th or 28th In Philadelphia, Nikolas Koberstein Could Become The First Player To Be Picked Directly From The Olds Grizzlys To The NHL Since Tampa Bay Selected Jay Rosehill 227th Overall In 2003.
A Pair Of Central Alberta Teams Will Carry The Hopes Of Their Provincial On To The Next Event. While A 2 Year String Of National Domination Has Been Broken For Another.
Great Triumphs From More Than 3 Decades Of OGs Hockey Were Remembered As Alumni, Parents, Fans, Volunteers And Local Dignitaries Reunited At The SportsComplex And The Pomeroy Inn & Suites.
The Canadian Professional Rodeo Association's Interim GM Says It Will Support The Smaller Rodeo Committees & Give Semi-Pro Card Holders As Well As Full Pros A Chance To Earn More Prize Money Ahead Of The CFR.
The Red Deer Optimist Chiefs Are Getting Set To Host The Okanagan Rockets With A Birth In The National Midget Triple 'A' Hockey Championships On The Line.
More Than 100 Participants From 23 Post-Secondary Schools Across North America Were In Edmonton For The Canadian College Finals Rodeo.
The Generals Took Another Stride Towards Repeating As Allan Cup Champions By Winning The Alberta Final Over Innisfail.
Didsbury's Brayden Hopfe Is The ACAC Hockey Online Player Of The Week. The 22 Year Old Goalie Along With Blueliners Craig Gans From Olds And Clay Howe From Lethbridget Helped The Trojans Sweep NAIT To Win The 2013-2014 ACAC Hockey Gold.
Saturday's (March 22nd) Year End Awards Banquet Gave The Mountain View Colts An Opportunity To Recognize Their Best Regular Season In Recent Memory.
The Brooks Bandits Bounced The Black & Gold From The AJHL Playoffs On March 18th. The 7th Place Grizzlys Never Quit, But They Only Held The Lead For 8 Minutes And 15 Seconds During The 4 Games Against The South DIvision's Top Team.