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Kate F. Mackenzie

Kate F. Mackenzie

Kate F. Mackenzie is a summer intern at Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly.

Recent Work by Kate F.

Airdrie woman seeks support for cancer treatment

Airdrie woman seeks support for cancer treatment

After months of radiation and chemotherapy treatments, Airdrie resident Andrea Schmick went into her March 18 appointment feeling hopeful. Aside from what she thought was a cold, she felt fine.
Pandemic puts a stop to annual Cochrane rodeo

Pandemic puts a stop to annual Cochrane rodeo

Cowboys and cowgirls will not be saddling up for the annual Cochrane Lions Rodeo this September. Kevin Firkus, co-director of the rodeo, announced the event’s cancellation July 28.
Cause of Prairie Springs fire being investigated

Cause of Prairie Springs fire being investigated

An investigation into a fire that engulfed two homes in Prairie Springs continues, and Airdrie Fire Services (AFD) has solicited the public for assistance to determine the cause. According to Deputy Fire Chief Garth Rabel, the fire occurred Aug. 7.
Masks mandatory for grade 4 to 12 students

Masks mandatory for grade 4 to 12 students

The Alberta government’s announcement that masks will be mandatory when students return to school has been met with mixed reactions from local parents.
Iron Horse Park reopens for the season

Iron Horse Park reopens for the season

Iron Horse Park’s miniature train chugged out 160 rides on its reopening day. The children-friendly theme park – located just off 8 Street – opened for the first time this year Aug.
Masks encouraged on Airdrie transit

Masks encouraged on Airdrie transit

Although wearing a mask in public is not yet mandatory in Airdrie, the city’s public transit authority is still recommending its riders wear one to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Airdrie couple surprised with home renovations

Airdrie couple surprised with home renovations

It had been three weeks since Tandy and Brian Balson handed over the keys to their new apartment. Posted on their two-bedroom apartment door was a large “Extreme Home Makeover” sign. It was time for the big reveal.
Chestermere doctor resigns over government changes

Chestermere doctor resigns over government changes

A Chestermere physician is closing down her family practice over concerns of how the provincial government is changing the healthcare system.
Chestermere sets non-resident fees at local beaches

Chestermere sets non-resident fees at local beaches

Non-Chestermere residents wanting to use the city's beaches will now have to pay an admission fee, the City’s council decided on Tuesday.
Airdrie RCMP encourages safe cycling

Airdrie RCMP encourages safe cycling

With bicycles becoming a popular, economical way to get around during the summer, cyclists should remember to practice safe riding. "We're seeing a rise in bicycle usage," said Cst. Jason Sherbo of the Airdrie RCMP.