Amelia Naismith

UPDATED Blowing snow, frigid wind across central Alberta

UPDATED Blowing snow, frigid wind across central Alberta

Counties of Wetaskiwin, Rimbey, Ponoka motorists should be wary of drifts, ice

UPDATED Blowing snow, frigid wind across central Alberta
Cody Coverchuck earned his place in the Bull Bash short go atop Ulterras Teal Steel. The New Year’s Eve event was held at the Calnash Ag Event Centre. Dec. 31.

Ponoka rings in 2018 with New Year’s Eve Bull Bash

Bull rider Codu Coverchuck earns championship title

Cody Coverchuck earned his place in the Bull Bash short go atop Ulterras Teal Steel. The New Year’s Eve event was held at the Calnash Ag Event Centre. Dec. 31.
Lucky and Angel; two kittens rescued after allegedly being dumped from a vehicle near Pipestone Links Golf Course south of Millet. Photo courtesy of Rod Day

Kittens rescued after allegedly being tossed from vehicle

Couple finds abandoned kittens new home through Facebook

Lucky and Angel; two kittens rescued after allegedly being dumped from a vehicle near Pipestone Links Golf Course south of Millet. Photo courtesy of Rod Day
Members of the Wetaskiwin Fire Department extinguish a staged car burn with Bashaw filmmaker Ben Wilson. Portions of the new Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Educational video was filmed at the Wetaskiwin Regional Fire Training Centre on Oct. 30. Photo by Amelia Naismith

Bashaw filmmaker helps produce rural crime watch video

Rosebrier Rural Crime Watch, Bashaw RCMP partner in education video

Members of the Wetaskiwin Fire Department extinguish a staged car burn with Bashaw filmmaker Ben Wilson. Portions of the new Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Educational video was filmed at the Wetaskiwin Regional Fire Training Centre on Oct. 30. Photo by Amelia Naismith
Members of the Wetaskiwin Fire Department extinguish a staged car burn with Bashaw filmmaker Ben Wilson. Portions of the new Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Educational video was filmed at the Wetaskiwin Regional Fire Training Centre on Oct. 30. Photo by Amelia Naismith

Bashaw filmmaker helps produce rural crime watch video

Rosebrier Rural Crime Watch, Bashaw RCMP partner in education video

Members of the Wetaskiwin Fire Department extinguish a staged car burn with Bashaw filmmaker Ben Wilson. Portions of the new Alberta Provincial Rural Crime Watch Educational video was filmed at the Wetaskiwin Regional Fire Training Centre on Oct. 30. Photo by Amelia Naismith
FARRM offering $10,000 reward for the return of Daisy

FARRM offering $10,000 reward for the return of Daisy

Blind baby goat stolen Sept. 10

FARRM offering $10,000 reward for the return of Daisy
Ponoka caregiver continually honoured with memorial award

Ponoka caregiver continually honoured with memorial award

Wetaskiwin’s Fern Unland honoured with Florence Riske Caregiver Award

Ponoka caregiver continually honoured with memorial award
With a decline in the global bee population, a local bumble bee gathers pollen before he must hibernate during the Alberta winter. Assassin Pest Solution believes in removing bees from homes for a safer Alberta.Photo submitted

Making Alberta a safer, bee-friendly place

Central Alberta business trying to bring bees back through ethical means

With a decline in the global bee population, a local bumble bee gathers pollen before he must hibernate during the Alberta winter. Assassin Pest Solution believes in removing bees from homes for a safer Alberta.Photo submitted
Rock ‘n Rimbey offers many new events for 2017

Rock ‘n Rimbey offers many new events for 2017

Rock and Roll extravaganza grows to three-day event

Rock ‘n Rimbey offers many new events for 2017
North American Indigenous Games 2017

Maskwacis athletes to participate in 2017 Indigenous Games

Thirty Maskwacis residents will be taking part in the 2017 North American Indigenous Games this summer.

North American Indigenous Games 2017
Chameleon Project’s Funk’n’Space.

MUSIC REVIEW: When art and music collide

When music blurs the lines between art, science and electronica synth hilarity ensues, and not the good kind.

Chameleon Project’s Funk’n’Space.
A Norwood School student is hand beading a pair of earrings as part of the school’s cultural awareness initiatives.

Cultural reconciliation continues in Wetaskiwin schools

Reconciliation and cultural understanding continues in Wetaskiwin, with schools and community organizations...

A Norwood School student is hand beading a pair of earrings as part of the school’s cultural awareness initiatives.
December Rose’s Inside Out

MUSIC REVIEW: Stop and hear the roses

December Rose’s sophomore album Inside Out is an arrangement like nothing I’ve ever heard before.

December Rose’s Inside Out

Recreation users to pay more in 2017

Everyone in Ponoka set to pay more for recreation next year

Town of Ponoka mayor Rick Bonnett (right) presents Lee Jensen with a $200 for winning the naming contest of the new 50th Ave bridge. Jensen chose the name Siding 14 Crossing for its historical and geographical significance to the town. The town's judging panel for the bridge-naming process received 165 submissions.

Utility rates increase for Ponoka

Town council briefs - sewer, garbage and water consumption charge to rise in 2017

Town of Ponoka mayor Rick Bonnett (right) presents Lee Jensen with a $200 for winning the naming contest of the new 50th Ave bridge. Jensen chose the name Siding 14 Crossing for its historical and geographical significance to the town. The town's judging panel for the bridge-naming process received 165 submissions.
Lutefisk is a traditional Norwegien dish.   Photo credit: Adam_d

A multicultural Christmas feast

The staff here at the Pipestone Flyer are already dreaming about sugarplums, Christmas turkey and other traditional...

Lutefisk is a traditional Norwegien dish.   Photo credit: Adam_d
County of Wetaskiwin No.10

County updates notification process following shooting range concerns

Conflict surrounding the rezoning and development of Blackmore Shooting Sports clay course has led to the County...

County of Wetaskiwin No.10

Ready…steady…don’t shoot

Reporter speaks to schools needing to teach proper sex-education rather than abstinence-only.

Maskwacis Cultural College hosts treaties lecture

Historical agreements made by the British Crown and Canada’s first government continue to impact the lives of residents in Maskwacis.

Miss Ponoka Stampede Ashley Akkermans flies the Ponoka Stampede flag during the opening ceremonies of each performance.

Miss Ponoka Stampede flourishes during rodeo

Representing the Ponoka Stampede was an eye opening experience for reigning queen

Miss Ponoka Stampede Ashley Akkermans flies the Ponoka Stampede flag during the opening ceremonies of each performance.