Jordie Dwyer

PSC Broncs volleyball heading to 3A zones in top notch form

Three graduating senior girls honoured at final home match in long-standing school tradition

Ponoka’s annual holiday gala, fundraiser just days away

2018 Festival of Trees in support of operations at the Ponoka hospital set for Nov. 15 to 17

Ponoka County out another $125,000 in taxes

Energy company failure forces county hand in giving up on getting paid

Ponoka County to pay $700,000 to assist National Tire with capital

Plan will make funds available to buy processing equipment over the 15 year time frame

Ponoka FCSS fundraiser ladles out the support for local food bank

Public ladles out the funds to support annual fundraiser for the food bank

Ponoka’s bantam football squad still champions despite final loss

Bantam Broncs fall 25-8 in league final that was a war of attrition

Ponoka’s Bos Farms toured by Royal Ag Society and Lord Vestey

Combined goat farm and processing operation something not witnessed before by those on tour

PHOTO: Barrel racing horses up for grabs

The annual Cloverleaf Sale went over the weekend feature dozens of barrel racing horse and prospects

Ponoka Stampeders young guns beginning to catch on

Williams happy with progress so far and looking forward to more to come

Senior Kings win first title ever, while Queens also champions

Ponoka’s St. Augustine volleyball squads sweep West Central league titles

Ponoka getting ready to sell off land it no longer wants

Empty properties along with facilities deemed too expensive to operate could be up for grabs

Ponoka hoping to move forward on economic development

Town to maintain membership and get more out of regional economic development partnership

Accused in central Alberta property thefts pleads not guilty

Ponoka man remains free on bail with preliminary hearing set for April 2019

Ponoka’s bantam football club defeats Hunting Hills in semi-final

Bantam Broncs set to face Lacombe Nov. 3 in championship game

North West ASP, MDP finally approved by Ponoka County despite opposition

Farmer lobby group chastised by Reeve following one last opportunity to speak

Wolf Creek Schools sees $1 million in savings

Wolf Creek Public Schools puts money into busses and classroom staff time as priorities

Web Poll: Do you think the legalization of cannabis will be a problem for communities?

With the legalization of cannabis, we ask the question. Tell us what you think.

Businesses want improvements made to area roads as soon as possible

Potholes, drainage troubles a detriment to businesses in Ponoka’s southwest industrial area

MLA speaks on small business while putting out a bit of an election teaser

Lacombe-Ponoka MLA Ron Orr took some time to talk to Ponoka Chamber members

Ponoka Broncs volleyball learning to play and how to win

Senior girls club earning valuable experience in pair of league victories