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Coaldale-based Intuitive Artist helps subjects see themselves

By Erika Mathieu Sunny South News Coaldale-based intuitive artist, Jess Walker, has found a temporary home to showcase her work at the Coaldale Public Library’s McCain Gallery.  Walker’s work invites individuals to embrace their unique and authentic selves her unique artistic process Walker’s captivating intuitive artwork is currently showcased at the Coaldale Library’s McCain Gallery until April 29. Through her unconventional artistic process, Jess delves… Read More »

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Province seeking ag hall of fame nominations

By Trevor Busch Southern Alberta Newspapers editor@tabertimes.com Nominations are now open for 2024 inductions into the Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame. The Alberta Agriculture Hall… Read More »

Snow, summer prep, keeping Town of Coalhurst busy

By Nikki Jamieson Sunny South News The following are selected briefs from director reports presented during the April 2 meeting of Coalhurst town council. CAO… Read More »

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Picture Butte Curling Club celebrates first season with upgrades

By Erika Mathieu Sunny South News The Picture Butte Curling Club has wrapped up their first curling season since new reusable ice matting was installed… Read More »

Coaldale Christian takes home 1A boys provincial basketball championship

By Garrett Simmons Sunny South News Coaldale Christian is on top of the 1A boys basketball world here in Alberta. The high school team completed a dominant… Read More »

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From the Archives of Western Newspapers

By Samantha Johnson Southern Alberta Newspapers Local Journalism Initiative Reporter November 9, 1883 - The Calgary Weekly Herald A petition and subscription list is in… Read More »

From the Archives of Western Newspapers

By Samantha Johnson Southern Alberta Newspapers Local Journalism Initiative Reporter November 10, 1910 – The Blairmore Enterprise The namby-pamby actions of the Coleman Miner in… Read More »

Editorial

Is it time to defund the CBC?

The CBC just got another cash infusion from the Trudeau government and treated itself to a fresh round of bonuses. Cabinet documents show the government boosted the… Read More »

Canada’s illegal tobacco trade a global boon for organized crime and terrorism

Canada’s illegal tobacco trade is not just a domestic issue but a substantial financial boon to organized crime and terrorist organizations worldwide, including terrorist groups… Read More »

Agricultural

Farming still viable for entry-level producers: Andjelic

By Heather Cameron Southern Alberta Newspapers Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The 2024 Farming Smarter Conference and Trade Show, which was held recently at the Sandman… Read More »

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