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Bragg Creek's Holloway earns World Juniors silver

Bragg Creek's Holloway earns World Juniors silver

The 2021 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship did not go Canada’s way, as the tournament hosts and heavy favourites fell 2-0 in the gold-medal game to the United States on Jan. 5.
Good morning, Airdrie!

Good morning, Airdrie!

Airdrie RCMP releases photo of December Fas Gas Plus robbery

Airdrie RCMP releases photo of December Fas Gas Plus robbery

Airdrie RCMP has released a surveillance photo to the public to aid its investigation into an armed robbery that occurred last month at the Fas Gas Plus at 128 Main Street. The robbery occurred Dec. 12, 2020, at approximately 9 p.m.
Tenth death reported in Airdrie due to COVID-19

Tenth death reported in Airdrie due to COVID-19

Airdrie has recorded its tenth death since the pandemic first arrived in Alberta nearly ten months ago.
Airdrie area MLAs stay home as colleagues slammed for travelling

Airdrie area MLAs stay home as colleagues slammed for travelling

Public outcry over Alberta government officials travelling over the holidays led Premier Jason Kenney to announce the resignation and demotion of multiple MLAs on Jan. 4.
Good morning, Airdrie!

Good morning, Airdrie!

Sixty-five Airdrie businesses close in 2020, while 50 open

A report presented to Airdrie City council Dec. 21, 2020 showed 65 Airdrie business licenses were cancelled from Jan. 1 to Nov. 30, 2020.
Airdrie author reflects on first book

Airdrie author reflects on first book

Shirley Heslop grew up in a way many young people could not begin to grasp. She documented her life in her first book, titled Shirley Mae of Jangle Creek, which tells of growing up poor in the backwoods of southern Saskatchewan.
Airdrie and area communities see drop in COVID-19 cases

Airdrie and area communities see drop in COVID-19 cases

Airdrie has seen a drop in cases as it is now reporting 156 active, which is down 18 from the day previous.
Second Alberta health care worker dies of COVID-19

Second Alberta health care worker dies of COVID-19

While the province's death toll keep growing, the government is attempting to vaccinate as many Albertans as possible. On Tuesday, Shandro defended the speed of the vaccinations and said 26,269 people had been vaccinated as of Monday.