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Eagles host first annual golf tournament

On Thursday, September 15th the Innisfail Eagles hosted their first-ever charity golf tournament at the Innisfail Golf Club. One hundred and thirty golfers came out in support of the Eagles and Innisfail’s Helping Hand Fund.

Vanderham takes tour title, moves into ladies

It’s a happy ending for Cara Vanderham who finished her season taking tour champ title at Wolf Creek last month. “I’ve played the tour since I started competing.
Penhold 24-hour charity hockey game raises $3,000

Penhold 24-hour charity hockey game raises $3,000

They’re sore, they’re tired but they’re happy. Close to 40 players turned out Saturday for the 24-hour charity hockey game in support of Children Cancer Foundation at the Penhold Multiplex, with an unofficial count of $3,230 raised.

Open tournament play wraps up at Innisfail Golf Club

Open tournament play at the Innisfail Golf Club has wrapped up for another season following the successful completion of last week’s pro-am and mixed open tournaments.

Renovations, not replacement considered for ailing arena

Fatigued by “going around and around” on whether the town should build a brand new arena for the community, council is now moving towards a stopgap measure of giving the existing aging facility a major renovation.

Dark horse takes men's open title

A proverbial dark horse rode three strong rounds to win the annual Men’s Open golf tournament at the Innisfail Golf Club Sept. 3-5. When the 54-hole match play tournament wrapped up on Sept.

Volleyball sees spike in interest

Interest in boys’ volleyball has spiked this year, which is good news for Innisfail Jr./Sr.High School, which hasn’t seen a senior boys team in years, said athletic director Jeff Anderson.
239 turn out to try the triathlon

239 turn out to try the triathlon

A record number of athletes turned out over the weekend for the Innisfail triathlon.

Corrections official provides some tough competition

Hurricane Irene was tough on New York City. Darren Posyluzny was tougher.
Watt aims to make mark with Monarchs

Watt aims to make mark with Monarchs

In many ways, J.D. Watt is on the doorstep of a fresh start. Later this month, the hulking Cremona-raised forward will be in California, looking to turn heads at Los Angeles Kings training camp.