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The Ponoka Little League girls softball team win bronze

Ponoka defeated Calgary 17-2 in Canadian Little League playoffs

Man accused of father’s murder to make third court appearance

Freeman to be back in court Sept. 6

Great day for torch run despite blustery weather

Torch run travels through Rimbey

House fire leaves Bentley area family homeless

Family suffers loss, community steps up

Hawk Tail Brewery ready to open doors

New Rimbey business to begin operation

Opioid crisis presentation given in Rimbey

Naloxone kits handed out

Ponoka woman and Sylvan Lake man see assault charges withdrawn

Charges dropped in Rimbey Provincial Court, stayed against Morsette

Rimbey council holds open house before passing cannabis smoking bylaw

Rimbey town council talk to the public regarding cannabis

Rimbey to hold first ever charity check stop

Rimbey gets in Christmas spirit

Video cameras in school busses catch drivers unawares

School bus video cameras show Lacombe and Blackfalds drivers worst offenders for passing while red lights flashing

Bell in Rimbey church to ring 100 times on Nov. 11

The Anglican Church in Rimbey will commemorate the centennial of the ending of WWI

Cannabis education and information meeting held

Residents learn about facts and ‘puff’ facts

Ponoka RCMP look for man wanted for aggravated assault

Police ask for public assistance

GoFundMe page set up for Rimbey area woman experiencing Lyme disease symptoms

Young mom needs help coping with medical costs

  • May 24, 2018

WCPS receives $900,000 funding boost

Extra funding financial shot in the arm for cash-deprived school division

Council highlights

Council to fund Rimbey Boys and Girls Club for $15,000

UPDATE: No charges in found horses near Bentley

Responding Ponoka veterinarian says horses were in healthy condition.

Former Ponoka air cadet pursues career in aviation

Young woman with commercial pilot’s license continues to pursue her dream career in aviation

Over 200 attend Rimbey women’s conference

Keynote speaker Brenda Robinson speaks to humour and not taking life too seriously