Mike Rainone

There’s a fast and flashy new train down at the Ponoka Station

This weeks' Reflections looks at the the historic railroad service in the area.

A salute to our pioneer women….the first 50 years

Reflections looks at the pioneer women who first came to Ponoka.

Ponoka was once called a two horse town

This week's Reflections looks garbage issues in Ponoka in 1954.

Fort Ostell was a military post for only 50 days

This week's Reflections: Fort Ostell and its history in Ponoka.

Early harvests went from horsepower to steam engines

This week's Reflections looks at old steam engine farm equipment and how it changed farming.

Just in case we forgot our teenage years

This week's Reflections looks at the memories of many years ago in Ponoka.

The long and colorful history of the Elkhorn district

The Elkhorn district west of Ponoka was established in 1890

Honouring our First Nations history and heritage

This week's Reflections highlights the salute to First Nations at the Fort Ostell Museum.

The long and proud history of our Canadian flag

This week in Reflections: celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Canadian flag.

Cook Myer was Ponoka’s first land guide and village mayor

This week's Reflections looks at Ponoka's first lang guide and village mayor.

Our early beginnings of the thrills and spills of rodeo

Reflections looks at the thrills and spills of old time rodeos.

Fort Ostell Museum prepares for busy summer

This week's Reflections discusses the busy Fort Ostell Museum.

Early education began in tiny one room schools

This week's Reflections looks at the early schools in Ponoka.

Ponoka Stampede salutes the cowboys and the artists

Remember When takes a look at Ponoka Stampede's art show and sale.

Bedrock Fitness was Ponoka’s family fun centre

Reflections: In Reflections this week Bedrock Fitness' history is discussed.

Concord Ladies group have served community for 73 years

This week in Reflections the Concord Ladies Group is highlighted.

The early tales of the Ponoka tunnels

Investigating the underground tunnels of Ponoka for Reflections.

An early stroll down Railway Street in Ponoka

Railways street in Ponoka a hub of the community - Reflections.

Growing up down on the farm in the early days

In the early days of the settlement of our town and surrounding districts everyone always faithfully pulled together to help each other.

Live theatre will always be great entertainment

Entertainment options have grown with advances in technology.