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Bad weather conditions along QE II triggers police warning

Bad weather conditions along QE II triggers police warning

Mounties say worsening conditions could cause serious accidents and are recommending against travel
Update: RCMP no longer seeking help to find missing Innisfail teen

Update: RCMP no longer seeking help to find missing Innisfail teen

Mounties have located formerly missing Innisfail teen Brody Cookson who was last seen in Bowden on Nov. 7
Six inmates at Bowden Institution test positive for COVID-19

Six inmates at Bowden Institution test positive for COVID-19

Correctional Service of Canada says measures are in place to minimize spread of COVID-19 within Bowden Institution after disclosing detection of several cases
Bowden survivor says take advantage of new breast cancer screening guidelines

Bowden survivor says take advantage of new breast cancer screening guidelines

Province’s new rules lower the age that women can get screened for breast cancer to 45 and over from 50 and over
Bowden’s thrilling Hallowe'en House gets scarier

Bowden’s thrilling Hallowe'en House gets scarier

Mackie family plan and work together to create one of Central Alberta’s most chilling Hallowe’en stops in Bowden
One charge dropped, others proceed in Bowden-area anti-lockdown rodeo case

One charge dropped, others proceed in Bowden-area anti-lockdown rodeo case

Public Health Act charge against Gail Northcott dropped while charges against Ty Northcott and Northcott Rodeo Inc remain
Bowden mayor hopeful but skeptical that proposed federal riding boundaries will be changed

Bowden mayor hopeful but skeptical that proposed federal riding boundaries will be changed

Robb Stuart has urged a federal riding boundaries commission not to move Bowden into another giant riding to the east as proposed maps show
Artificial intelligence funding won't affect jobs planned for Bowden plant: CEO

Artificial intelligence funding won't affect jobs planned for Bowden plant: CEO

A federal government program to invest $30 million in projects that use artificial intelligence to help expand Canada’s plant-based food, feed and ingredients industry won’t change the number of jobs planned for a Bowden facility, CEO Kevin McGeough says
Tim Hortons gives big reasons for area non-profits to smile

Tim Hortons gives big reasons for area non-profits to smile

A total of $36,000 was raised for four charities in Innisfail, Olds, Didsbury, Sundre and Bowden
Burger sales raise thousands for MS Society of Canada

Burger sales raise thousands for MS Society of Canada

Fundraising figures are up “slightly” from last year’s totals in Olds and Bowden