Thursday May 16
Alta. growers catching up on seeding
The first provincial crop report was issued May 6, and at that time, less than three per cent of the province had been seeded, with the southern region being the most advanced at nine per cent.
Edmonton area businesswoman leaves trail of debt
Helen Stevenson, Evelyn Tkachuk and Jean Domstad say they were among many Leduc seniors cheated by a businesswoman who has left a trail of bad debt across the capital region.
Setting the bar high
Far from the pomp and ceremony of the show ring, Dave and Lynne Longshore grab their touques and head down the lane to start another work day at Bar-E-L Angus southeast of Stettler, Alta.
May 9, 1966: Final music performance at Edmonton Gardens draws disappointing numbers
A smaller-than-usual turnout of about 1,000 country and western music fans took in the last performance at the Edmonton Gardens.
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Fort Macleod get funding for housing support program
Fort Macleod is one of seven communities to share in funding for projects designed to address homelessness.
The Brooks Bulletin
Ministers stop in Brooks on market access tour
Sandra M. Stanway Brooks Bulletin With little or no advertising there were very few entrepreneurs who attended the provincial government's market access tour in Brooks last Wednesday.
Exhibits capture unique scenes
Moose Jaw artist Ken Dalgarno is showcasing his collection of photographs and paintings of twisted aspen trees near Hafford, Saskatchewan at the Okotoks Art Gallery from April 26 to June 16.