Jordie Dwyer

Ponoka County commits another $300,000 to tire recycler

Additional money will help speed up the processing of giant mining tires on the site

Alberta’s Montana Fairbairn just 0.05 points from gold in Women’s Gymnastics

The Strathmore native takes home fourth spot

Bashaw peewee club’s season comes to an abrupt end

Players decide not to go into playoffs without one of their teammates

Ponoka County resident wants $62,000 in lease revenue

County approves revenue to landowner going forward, legal review to look at retroactive funds

Just An Observation: Yet another adult decision ruins what is ‘just a game’

A minor hockey team won’t play out their season since a teammate is now ineligible to play

PHOTO: Ponoka rinks take in mixed bonspiel

Long weekend filled with curling fun for all in Ponoka

Stamps ran off by Colts in opening round

Ponoka’s season concludes with series sweep at the hands of Mountainview

Concerns over town expressed to Ponoka County council

Resident warns county council in collaboration discussions with Town of Ponoka, council notes its own concerns

Guarded but encouraging outlook for Canadian crops in 2019

Annual forecast for prices and production still high for producers despite challenges

Ponoka County passes one-word change to excavation bylaw

‘Shall’ means county won’t have to duplicate information needed for permits

Alberta’s Pascale Paradis earns bronze in 7.5 km Female Biathlon

Canada Games action carries through to March 2nd

Ponoka man attacked by dogs issues plea to town council

Troubles with bylaw and handling of court case prompts presentation to council

Ponoka County decision on $160,000 Gull Lake pump system delayed

Ponoka County will join with Lacombe to talk with the Gull Lake Watershed Society

Alberta earns three medals in Long Track Speed Skating

Alberta now has 16 medals (6-5-5) and currently sits in second place of the medal standings

Ponoka school closures turn eyes to differing school division policies

Loss of three school days prompts some scrutiny of bus and school cancellation policies

Just An Observation: Progress made on rural crime, more work remains

A drop in the rate of activity from 2017 is a start, but the momentum needs to be kept up

Ponoka clubs struggle in provincial playoffs

Alberta Hockey provincials might be a long shot, the regular season coming to a close this weekend

Alberta Cattle Feeders hope to fill labour gap

Improvements being made on regulatory front to maintain industry competitiveness

Canada’s food processing growth trend anticipated to continue in 2019

Manufacture and processing of food extremely strong economic driver for the country