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Coaldale’s Settler Days July 7-8

By Stan Ashbee Sunny South News In the original film, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” the candy store confectioner sang, “The Candy Man can.” Well, in Coaldale, it’s the businesses and residents who can — during the Coaldale and District Chamber of Commerce and the town’s annual beloved and highly-anticipated Candy Parade, which is a part of Settler Days July 7-8. This year, the… Read More »

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Elevate — Intro to Ironworking program

By Stan Ashbee Sunny South News Earlier this month 15 Grade 11 and Grade 12 students from southern Alberta were enrolled in Elevate — Introduction… Read More »

Coaldale’s Settler Days July 7-8

By Stan Ashbee Sunny South News In the original film, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” the candy store confectioner sang, “The Candy Man can.”… Read More »

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June offers sun-worshippers and fun-lovers a chance to ponder the possibilities of the upcoming summer offerings available locally and abroad. From farmers’ markets to festivals… Read More »

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