Rose Walker recognized for 20 years working in an administrative role with the RCMP * Local women carving path to unconventional career * Selling cannabis by the lake * Council forgoes 2019 census * Municipal Enforcement working to increase presence in the city *
Chestermere's Annual Harry Potter Book Night doubled in size * Final decision of schools future postponed for further deliberations * The Chestermere East Lake Eagles basketball teams working to improve * Calgary man facing five charges after police recover stolen vehicle * Women empowering women * RCMP Quarterly report shows half of all property crimes preventable * EMS tips on how to stay safe during cold advisory * Councillor Laurie Bold removed from all council committees and boards for one year * Bringing community together through love of music * Local marathoner takes over organizing Loop Around the Lake *
Chestermere artist found her passion for art in clay and hasn’t looked back since * Young rodeo athletes given chance to compete in Stampede Park * Residents reminded to stay out of the abandoned Chestermere water park * Two Chestermere residents arrested in connection to a stolen vehicle * Mid-sized cities Mayors meet in Cochrane * Arrest made after string of ATM thefts in region * East Lake School Hosts third annual science fair * Harry Potter Book Night bringing Chestermere together through magic * Olympian proving to young athletes they can achieve their dreams with dedication
Go Girl shows girls the importance of sports and physical activity * Local boy raising funds for animal rescue by baking shortbread cookies * Food Guide shifts from what Canadian’s are used to consuming * Province investing in energy industry Multi-million dollar loan announced for construction of new upgrader * Local band taking strides * Small businesses facing challenging times in Chestermere * Read for 15 numbers down in community participation for Chestermere * Community Basketball & Club Basketball — What’s the Difference?
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu open house shows the community what the martial art is like * Third generation Chestermere resident reminisces about what growing up in the summer village was like * Explorer broadening students’ horizons * City asking residents to be vigilant as coyotes more active in the city with the mild winter * Still no solution for Prince of Peace School * Vet offers tips for keeping one’s furry friends safe this winter * Five things that matter a lot * Honouring Robert Burns