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McKee Homes sponsors second annual Stampede BBQ event

McKee Homes sponsors second annual Stampede BBQ event

McKee Homes along with Warnock & Associates hosted their second annual Stampede BBQ on July 10. The event featured a free lunch, bouncy castle, live performance, face painting, and games at 225 1 Ave NW. 
Update: Investigation ongoing in single vehicle rollover East of Airdrie

Update: Investigation ongoing in single vehicle rollover East of Airdrie

A single-vehicle rollover occurred East of Airdrie on July 9. The driver of the vehicle, the lone occupant, sustained minor injuries.
Supporting Drive Happiness program too risky for Airdrie council

Supporting Drive Happiness program too risky for Airdrie council

Council could find no way to financially support the Drive Happiness Seniors Assisted Transportation program without opening up the City to liability risks, instead they will be reviewing their existing Specialized Medical Trips to Calgary program.
Single vehicle rollover East of Airdrie

Single vehicle rollover East of Airdrie

A single vehicle rollover occurred East of Airdrie on July 9. Traffic is reduced to one lane. We will update when more information becomes available.
Vantage Rise lands recommended for potential Health Care Centre

Vantage Rise lands recommended for potential Health Care Centre

The inclusion of this health care centre is undergoing evaluation at a provincial level, but the Qualico team is confident that the Land Use Amendment would benefit the site regardless.
Airdrie Library plans day for Mighty Machines

Airdrie Library plans day for Mighty Machines

The Airdrie Public Library (APL) is hosting its annual Mighty Machines event on July 14, a day that gives kids or any attendee to explore, learn, and get an up close look at some wild and inventive machines.
Legal Aid services agreement extended to September

Legal Aid services agreement extended to September

The Minister of Justice, Legal Aid Alberta, and the Law Society of Alberta agreed to extend the recently expired Governance Agreement until September 5, 2024.
Cell tower copper thieves in Alberta causing outages, poor service

Cell tower copper thieves in Alberta causing outages, poor service

The Canadian Telecommunications Association has been monitoring copper theft from cellular sites across the country and are advocating for stiffer penalties
Updated: AESO ends power grid alert for Alberta

Updated: AESO ends power grid alert for Alberta

Residents asked to turn off unneccessary lights and appliances
Second annual Rick Hagel Memorial Ranch Rodeo returns to Irricana

Second annual Rick Hagel Memorial Ranch Rodeo returns to Irricana

The second annual Rick Hagel Memorial Ranch Rodeo returned to Irricana at the Bev MacDonald Memorial Arena on July 6.
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