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Innisfail guide available

The Town of Innisfail’s spring and summer guide is now available and was delivered to residents in last week’s issue of the Innisfail Province.

Police on the watch for speeders in April

Area Mounties and sheriffs are on the lookout this month for provincial highway motorists with too heavy a foot on the gas pedal.

Miller nominated for child care excellence award

An Innisfail child care provider is among 40 professionals from across the province selected as finalists for an award of excellence in child care.

Seniors educated about elder abuse

Autumn Glen Lodge seniors learned some of the signs and dangers of elder abuse and were given a few tips on how to protect themselves late last month. Innisfail RCMP Const.

Central Alberta regional water line going forward

Innisfail is in and the development of the regional waterline in Central Alberta will now be moving forward.

Town calling for new owner for fitness centre

The Town of Penhold will be looking for a new group or individual to take over the operation of the Fitness Centre in the Penhold Regional Multiplex.

Olympian speaks at Mayor's Prayer Breakfast

The Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast was held in Innisfail last Thursday where attendees listened to guest speaker Lyndon Rush talk about his Olympic Bobsled experience.
Businesses want in on downtown revitalization plan

Businesses want in on downtown revitalization plan

More than 20 business leaders and residents attended the latest downtown association meeting to passionately pitch their views for the future on the Town’s ambitious downtown revitalization plan.

Liberals desperate for any riding candidate

The federal Liberal Party is having serious issues finding a homegrown candidate.


Aberdeen Welfare Workers update By Flo Quesseth Five ladies attended the March meeting of the Aberdeen Welfare Workers. It was held at the home of Karen and Bill Champ. Roll call was answered with something pertaining to St. Patrick's Day.