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Sinnamon trains under Olympians this winter

Although most of the snow may now be gone, one local skier will not be forgetting the past season anytime soon. Jade Sinnamon, a 10-year-old Spruce View School student, had the opportunity to attend a ski camp with some of Canada’s best this winter.

New season for Innisfail's stick kids

A busy season lays ahead for lacrosse players in Innisfail with both the Innisfail Minor Lacrosse Association and the Innisfail Yettis Junior Lacrosse team making advances for the sport in Innisfail and throughout Central Alberta.

Figure skating season wraps

The success of our Spring Fashion Show in April reminded us of what a tremendous year we had as a club. The year was filled with fun, excitement, talent and awesome opportunities which allowed us to grow as a skating club.

Olds A's tuning up for season

The Olds Athletics are looking to improve upon last year's semifinal appearance in the Parkland Baseball League with a largely intact squad from last year's team.
Daines claims second place in barrel racing

Daines claims second place in barrel racing

Two local rodeo contestants had big results at the recent Broncs and Honky Tonks Rodeo in Medicine Hat.

New pool hall promises to be a family affair

Lance Riley has been an Innisfail citizen for 15 years and he loves the town. He adores the people and all the amenities the town offers. But for some time now he has felt something was missing. As of today that something is no longer absent.

Bantam Chiefs take playoff title

The Olds Bantam Chiefs won the North Central Minor Hockey Association championship on April 11, beating the Innisfail Flyers 7-4 in the deciding game of the three-game series.

Innisfail runs out of gas to lose Bantam hockey title

The Innisfail Flyers were less than a period away from being champions but as valiant as they were they could not hold off a late rally by the Olds Bantam Chiefs.

Achieving perfection against odds of one in 649,740

It took Coralie Adams 50 years to achieve perfection. And she did it with an amazing “hand”, one so elusive that the odds are one in 649,740 of ever getting it. She did this on April 8 with scoring a perfect ‘29’ in cribbage.

Innisfail high school sports switching seasons

A new season of sports has begun at Innisfail Junior Senior High School (IHS) and students are enthusiastically gearing up to start the outdoor season.