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Tim Kalinowski

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Locals lending a helping hand in Irricana this Christmas season

Locals lending a helping hand in Irricana this Christmas season

According to Edgington, the best thing about Adopt-A-Family is the feeling she gets from directly caring for someone in her own community who is struggling this Christmas season.
ALUS funding available to help local farmers' green initiatives

ALUS funding available to help local farmers' green initiatives

Often when local farmers and ranchers are thinking about stewardship, they are thinking of the practical things they can do on their lands to lessen their environmental footprint while making their operations more sustainable at the same time.
Airdrie Library board chair nominated by NDP in Airdrie-East

Airdrie Library board chair nominated by NDP in Airdrie-East

Local teacher Dan Nelles has been chosen as the Alberta NDP candidate in Airdrie-East for next spring’s provincial election. Nelles’ candidacy confirmation was held at Nose Creek Museum on Nov. 20.
Airdrie-based charity seeking donations of hygiene products

Airdrie-based charity seeking donations of hygiene products

Charity Connect Alberta, an Airdrie-based group formerly known as Soap For Hope YYC, is seeking donations of body wash, shampoo, conditioner and soap to help provide dignity to those in the region who cannot easily afford to buy these products.
Airdrie paramedic who responded to daughter's fatal collision speaks about family's loss

Airdrie paramedic who responded to daughter's fatal collision speaks about family's loss

Speaking to media, Erickson remembered Montana as a “firecracker” of a person, a fierce friend to those who knew her, a champion swimmer who once finished fifth at the national Canadian junior championships, and an aspiring lawyer.
Airdrie Festival of Lights set to kick off 27th season in December

Airdrie Festival of Lights set to kick off 27th season in December

This year’s 27th annual Airdrie Festival of Lights is focused on a back-to-basics approach this December, according to event coordinator Michelle Pirzek – a glittering display of lights, family time together, and endless wonder at Nose Cr
RVC moves forward with gravel policy despite past opposition

RVC moves forward with gravel policy despite past opposition

“It’s about balancing our obligations,” stated Wright. “Protecting residents, but identifying we do need gravel. Gravel is a commodity we all have to have. It’s our roads, it’s our homes – it’s not about saying ‘No’ to gravel. I want to make that clear.” 
PHOTOS: Balzac Christmas Market brings holiday cheer

PHOTOS: Balzac Christmas Market brings holiday cheer

It was a busy day at the Balzac Christmas Market on Saturday at the Gym 4031 on Wagon Wheel Blvd. in Balzac.
New rehab and counselling centre approved in Springbank

New rehab and counselling centre approved in Springbank

A recently approved private inpatient/outpatient addictions and mental health counselling centre in Springbank has prompted calls from local community association members for changes at Rocky View County to fill “process gaps” in its deve
PHOTOS: Grannyspiel rocks the Airdrie Curling Club

PHOTOS: Grannyspiel rocks the Airdrie Curling Club

Fierce competition and good fun was had at the annual Grannyspiel held at Airdrie Curling Club on Nov. 19.
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