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    • October 18, 2018

      Community Theatre Thriving * Going down memory lane * Police Briefs * Fire prevention through education * Bringing the community and RCMP together * Small Business Week officially begins * Showing respect to those with food allergies * Waste water accidently released into storm pond * Getting your money’s worth out of Halloween * SGA Students speak on Personal Devices

    • October 11, 2018

      Service dog changes city councillor’s life * Winter hits with a vengeance * Council reviewing results of public survey for city budget * Love of the sport gets group of Chestermerians to water ski in a blizzard * Chestermere’s performers coming during “Les Misérables” * Family favourite pumpkin patch returns for another year * Proposed bylaw to prohibit cannabis use in public spaces * Giving youth the fundamentals for financial success in the future

    • October 04, 2018

      City plants largest Birth Forest yet * Program connects families with special needs youth with resources in the community * Police Briefs * Langdon Community Association leading push for new High School * Chestermere Community Playschool celebrates 35th anniversary serving the community * Local artist finding inspiration through the old west * Spooking the community on Halloween * Introduction to Buddhist Meditation a success * City looking into future of seniors housing * Mayor's Message * Faster Internet Coming to Langdon

    • September 27, 2018

      Community supporting local children’s author * Man Van supporting men’s health * Local wakeboarder achieving his water sport goals * May’s Toybank needing support from community * Local dance studio teaching children lifelong skills * Mobile Adventure Playground has successful first year * Small turnout for cannabis bylaw public hearing * New Catholic priest welcomed by Chestermere parish * Stage West takes audiences for a spin

    • September 20, 2018

      Students excited for annual Terry Fox Run * Bonding with community members for a greater cause * Chestermere Crime stats * Indus School playground giving all children a place to play * Learning how to pursue happiness through meditation * Local musician Kate Lynn Trang performes her first solo concert * New LakeMed Medical Clinic family doctor settling in and adjusting to Chestermere * Small Business Week Coming to Chestermere * Rocky View County passes cannabis regulations * Bow Valley College expanding in Strathmore * Derek Fildebrandt set to run in Chestermere-Strathmore next election