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No changes to Cochrane Town council, as all incumbents re-elected

No changes to Cochrane Town council, as all incumbents re-elected

"I think there's a lot of synergies and efficiencies gained by having the exact same council."
Jeff Colvin elected Chestermere's new mayor

Jeff Colvin elected Chestermere's new mayor

Chestermere has a new mayor and four new councillors, following the Oct. 18 municipal election.
Cochrane girls' soccer achieves RVSA four-peat

Cochrane girls' soccer achieves RVSA four-peat

In a fitting gold-medal final between the league's two powerhouse teams, the Cochrane Cobras overcame the Springbank Phoenix 5-2 on Oct. 21 to claim the Rocky View Sports Association (RVSA) girls' soccer championship.
Incoming Crossfield councillor breaks record as youngest-ever council member

Incoming Crossfield councillor breaks record as youngest-ever council member

At just 19 years old, incoming Town councillor Luke Brennan is officially Crossfield’s youngest-ever council member.
RVC elects new and familiar faces in eastern divisions

RVC elects new and familiar faces in eastern divisions

With polls now closed and results made official, Divisions 5 through 7 in Rocky View County (RVC) will add some new and familiar faces to council for the upcoming term.
Airdrie Lioness Club officially changes name to Airdrie 1st Club

Airdrie Lioness Club officially changes name to Airdrie 1st Club

The Airdrie Lioness Club – famous for its red-vested volunteers and yearly Christmas hampers – has changed its moniker after nearly 40 years, following a decision not to join forces with the Lions International Club earlier this year.
Airdrie business owners claim East Lake industrial park plagued by concrete pollution

Airdrie business owners claim East Lake industrial park plagued by concrete pollution

Multiple Airdrie business owners have spoken out against alleged pollution stemming from a nearby concrete facility they claim affects both their staff and customers, culminating in an air quality study to be completed in the next few weeks.
Airdrie family embarks on two-day train trip for their son

Airdrie family embarks on two-day train trip for their son

Sam, an eight-year-old boy from Airdrie who is living with Cerebal Palsy and Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, recently was able to partake in a train ride from Banff to Vancouver. “His two favourite things included playing bingo with Captain Starlight,
COVID-19 cases decline in Airdrie as additional measures announced to stem fourth wave

COVID-19 cases decline in Airdrie as additional measures announced to stem fourth wave

With COVID-19 cases finally on the decline in Alberta and Airdrie, the provincial government has announced additional measure to stem the fourth wave, including new rules for continuing-care facilities such as mandatory masks and quarantine periods.
Rocky View Schools opts to mandate vaccination proof for staff

Rocky View Schools opts to mandate vaccination proof for staff

Rocky View Schools (RVS) will now require staff, parents, volunteers, and visitors to show proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test prior to entering an RVS school or facility, according to a letter issued to parents prior to the Thanksgiving long weekend.