Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

SuperNet provider Axia cannot guarantee continued service

Alberta’s health, schools, libraries, municipal governments at risk from delayed bidding

Hammertime: Let loose for the Ponoka Stampede week

It’s time to buckle up for a busy Ponoka Stampede week

Ponoka Golf Club to host Crazy Señoritas drag show

The Crazy Señoritas return for a second year in a row to the Ponoka Golf Club

Ponoka’s ag event centre brought paint horse enthusiasts to town

Equine disciplines of all sorts showcased during the paint horse classic

Highway 53 concerns being looked at

Speed zone change being contemplated, other issues will depend on who has jurisdiction

OPINION: Ponoka’s union fight a symptom of past work culture

Ponoka has seen a whirlwind of activity with the union fight and the sale of the Kinsmen Centre

Web Poll: Ponoka News readers favour unions

There was a slight majority of readers who feel there is value in unions.

PSC athletes celebrated at awards banquet

Students from Grades 7 to 12 recognized for their dedication to PSC sports

Web Poll: 4-way stop at Hwy 53 and 50 Street year-round?

We ask the question about having a 4-way stop year-round, tell us your thoughts.

Web Poll: Should Ponoka sell off its unused properties?

We ask the question related to property sales. There is an option within the poll to offer options.

WPCA rookie looks to new challenges for 2018 season

Josh Hyrnyk looks to grow his skills at Ponoka Stampede

Ponoka will be full of tipis and dancing on National Indigenous Peoples Day

From 10 a.m. to noon the park will play host to a mini pow wow at Centennial Park

Ponoka council approves sale of Kinsmen Community Centre for $480,000

Council accepts offer to purchase of $480,000 with sale taking effect Jan. 1, 2019

Ponoka mayor responds to strike vote and contingency plans

Ponoka union strike vote triggers 120 day strike action

Ponoka union staff approve strike

“Vast majority” of staff voted in favour of a strike against the town, 72-hours notice required

Ponoka bull riders represent Canada in Australia

Team Canada lands third spot at PBR world cup event

POEM: June comes in with all her beauty

A Ponoka News readers sends in a poem speaking to the month of June

PHOTO: Ponoka Kinsmen donate to Kidsport

Ponoka Kidsport received $5,000 from the Kinsmen to support its programming

The Ponoka Rising Sun Clubhouse looking at sustainable work program

The blue box recycling program employs staff who would not necessarily be able to get work.

Editorial: The United States blaming Canada is like a bad movie

President Donald Trump’s comments are an insult to all Canadians