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Bayer, Monsanto and what do we eat?

This week's editorial discusses the potential of a bumper crop and international markets.

Emergency intervention training attracts participants from wide area

More than 120 participants from all over the province descended on Ponoka last week for a two-day specialized training course.

Comeback effort too little too late for Ponoka FC

Ponoka men's FC lose to Manluk in final trophy match.

Thoughts on a new school year

This weeks editorial looks at back to school, automation and schools being accountable to the government.

How clean was Rio 2016?

This week's editorial questions if the Olympics have become something other than what was intended.

Provincial champions’ success celebrated

Ponoka Minor Soccer celebrates a year of accomplishments.

Assignment for Alberta’s opposition

Alberta's political climate expected to heat up, in this week's editorial.

Storm rebuild confidence in home game

Beefed up with some provincial championship power, Ponoka men’s soccer team sailed easily past Stettler FC.

Clinton/Trump: Where is the difference?

This week's editorial looks at the U.S. election and the choices of Trump and Clinton.

College showcase makes a big start

From Ponoka, 11 players got new opportunities in new soccer showcase.

Carbon tax: Is it worth the trouble?

This week's editorial questions whether there are benefits with a carbon tax.

Ponoka impresses Communities in Bloom judges

Judges with the Communities in Bloom organization were impressed with Ponoka's overall look.

Annual agricultural fair focuses on pulses

Ponoka Ag Society prepares for annual home and hobby show.

Nice and Turkey, how much do we really know?

This week's editorial questions the truth behind certain news and government stories.

Ponoka celebrating double championship in home tournament

Both boys and girls under-18 soccer teams walk off with provincial titles over rivals in finals

Ponoka to be assessed by Communities in Bloom

Judges will visit locations in the community, to join BBQ

Who needs Canada more, the world or NATO?

Does the federal government's recent decisions lead the country in the right direction

Young First Nations artists display creative work

Samson Nation cafe providing new forum for displaying local creations besides food

Storm struggling to hold position in league

Ponoka to play host to provincial championships for U18 boys and girls this weekend

What the mail and bread have in common

Monopolies in any sense pose a warning to everyone to be prepared