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    • December 13, 2018

      Lighting up the night * Owner of Vicious Dog arrested * City and Council Briefs * Strathmore resident thankful for community’s support * Council sets 2 per cent residential tax reduction * Council passes first reading of home cannabis growing bylaw * Langdon family asking the community for support during a difficult year * Long-time Red Ribbon Competition coordinator steps down * East Lake Road open house as public for ideas to improve pedestrian safety *

    • December 06, 2018

      Chestermere schools reaching enrolment capacity * Motivational speaker encouraging students to make the best of any situation * Store and More fundraising for the foodbank with free Christmas present storage * Rescue trees given another opportunity of life in Chestermere * First Candy Cane Hunt hopes to be a new family favourite holiday activity * Pretty in Pink Campaign recognized with provincial award * A Christmas gift for the community * Jersey Boys at Stage West * Police investigating shooting * Woolly Mammoth Teeth Found in Chestermere! * Chestermere Whitecappers Quilters are giving the gift of comfort to the community through Christmas with Dignity

    • November 29, 2018

      Lighting up the holidays * Three new outdoor rinks announced * Police arrest suspect in armed robbery * AGLC suspends retail cannabis applications due to low supply * Vehicle checks ensuring winter safety * Annual Christmas Market gradually gaining community support * Park project wins Communities ChooseWell Healthy Community Award * National Child Day Play Day showing the importance of play * Local athlete competes her first large-scale water ski tournament * Province unable to support purchase of Prince of Peace School

    • November 22, 2018

      Options for the future of Prince of Peace school presented * Community Christmas Party bringing families together * Police Briefs * Christmas with Dignity helping families get a sense of control * Creative solutions to help city save without hurting service levels * Winter readiness event to help prepare Chestermere drivers for the winter * Teaching youth how to make smart financial decisions * Work to restructure CUI continuing with staff changes * Brothers pursuing their sports dream * Chestermere Lake set to host pond hockey championships * A Busy Weekend for CLS Minor Basketball * 5th Annual “Volley For A Cure Cup” at St. Gabriel School *

    • November 15, 2018

      Chestermere Remembers * Drug Recognition Expert keeping Chestermere’s roads safe * City and Council Briefs * Winter Lights Officially begin the holidays
      Winter Lights Festival kicking off the holiday season in Chestermere * No Stone Left Alone Remembrance Ceremony * CUI terminates contract of CEO * Chestermere Chiefs - Champions!!!