Mike Rainone

PHOTO: Remember When looks at 1966 high school students.

Remember When looks at high school students in Ponoka in 1966 helping out in the community.

Ponoka class of 1967 to celebrate 50th reunion

Ponoka Reflections: The summer of 1967 was a special occasion for the 86 young members of the Ponoka Composite High School graduating class.

Our early Ponoka pioneers left their mark in many wild and wonderful ways

This weeks' Reflections and the rugged pioneers who moved to Ponoka.

PHOTO: Remember When looks at a past graduating class

Ponoka's Remember When found this photo of a past graduating class from the former Ponoka Mental Hospital.

Our Ponoka Provincial building was a Douglas Cardinal creation

This week's Reflections looks at the history of the Ponoka provincial building, a Douglas Cardinal creation.

PHOTO: Remember When looks at early landscapes of Ponoka

This week's Remember When looks at a few historical landmarks of Ponoka.

Tom Hickmore served the Ponoka Brick School for 31 years

This week's Reflections looks at the history of Tom Hickmore, a caretaker at the Ponoka Brick School for many years.

Was everyone already tired of television by the 1960s?

This week's Reflections highlights an 1961 Ponoka Herald editorial taking on the "fad" of television.

REMEMBER WHEN: Looking back at the history of television

This week's Remember When takes a hearty look at television and what some back then called a fad.

PHOTO: Remember When and the Oasis Motel

Remember When? looks at the history of the Oasis Motel and the family that built it.

The Mark family really enjoyed their busy life-style in Ponoka

Reflections this week looks at the Mark family and their involvement in the community and businesses they operated.

The history of Johnsons’ Beach on Red Deer Lake

Reflections of Ponoka looks at this history of Johnson's Beach on Red Deer Lake.

PHOTO: Historical photo of a store in downtown Ponoka

Remember When highlights this old downtown Ponoka store first owned by Frederic Algar and Harry Finch.

Our Ponoka grew from the Alberta wilderness into an amazing town

Ponoka's historical Reflections column looks at the beginning days of growth in town.

PHOTO: Ponoka’s 50 Street – circa 1940s

Ponoka's 50 Street highlighted in this archived photo of town.

In our earliest history the mail always got through

Back in the day in Ponoka, letter carriers had tough challenges, so it goes in this week's Reflections.

In 1964 Ponoka embraced their new Kinsmen Community Centre

This week's Ponoka Reflections looks at the exciting construction of the Kinsmen Community Centre.

The Gee family helped to establish the early Grand Meadow district

Looking back at the history of the Gee family in the Ponoka and area in this week's Reflections.

A salute to our early wild and woolly automotive era

Reflections - a look back at how the automobile impacted the region

We will never forget the Children’s/staff Christmas parties at the P.M.H.

Reflection of Ponoka speaks to holiday celebrations at former hospital