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Input sought for downtown future

About 200 stakeholders are being invited to provide input into the future of Innisfail’s downtown.

Where to vote on election day

With advanced polling now closed voters will have just one more day to cast their ballot in the federal election, which will take place on Monday, May 2. The polls will be open from 7:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m.

Innisfail aiming to get clean for green

Local residents are being given an unprecedented challenge to make Innisfail cleaner, greener and safer.
The Foursome is a hilarious skilled romp

The Foursome is a hilarious skilled romp

A college reunion ends with a number of unanticipated twists and turns during the Innisfail Town Theatres comedic rendition of The Foursome.

Kinsmen and Kinette clubs are dedicated to serving their communities

Kin Clubs is an all-Canadian service association made up of active community volunteers. The first Kinsmen Club was formed by returning WW1 serviceman Harold (Hal) Rogers on February 20th, 1920 in Hamilton, ON.
NDP ready to mount serious challenge to Tories in Red Deer

NDP ready to mount serious challenge to Tories in Red Deer

As the NDP popularity surge sweeps across the nation voters in this staunchly conservative riding of Red Deer are pausing to give Jack Layton's party a second look, says NDP candidate Stuart Somerville.

PENHOLD COUNCIL

Penhold Town Council held their regular meeting on Monday, April 11 in the council chambers at the Penhold Regional Multiplex.

New $8 million housing project ready to break ground

Clay Cup Developments’ ambitious housing project for Innisfail is now bigger, better and closer to being realized.
Scrambling for a flood plan

Scrambling for a flood plan

The first week of the spring thaw left many Penhold residents facing a menacing rising tide but the town’s mayor is not sure if there is a plan to meet the threat head on.

Miller honoured by province for child care expertise

For years Tammy Miller was given posters and nomination papers from the provincial government for clients to possibly nominate her for a child care award of excellence. Opting instead to exercise humility, she never did so.