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    • September 06, 2018

      Library hosts summer round-up picnic * Local musician celebrating her accomplishments * Students forced out of school due to flood * CUI Stepping up enforcement of curbside collection * Back to School Road Safety * Inspiring the arts in Chestermere * Family vacation in Hawaii leads to close encounter with Hurricane Lane * Synergy joining the Fight against opioids * Local business preparing to win the Rotary Amazing Race

    • August 30, 2018

      Chestermere celebrates first annual Pride Week * Member of the Morgan family brings his namesake car to the annual Chestermere Show and Shine * Police making headway on reducing property crimes in the city * Annual event giving opportunity to not take things for granted * Hiking to raise funds for Catholic Church * Tree Canada adding greenery to city * Local comedy show supporting mental health * Chestermere Chiefs PeeWee program looks to develop well rounded kids

    • August 23, 2018

      City emergency services support the Chestermere food bank * Open Farm Day educating Albertans * Dawson’s Landing Development underway * City and Council Briefs * Gibson family fundraiser to support research into Prader-Willi Syndrome * Chestermere excited for first annual Pride Week * Council passes first reading of Cannabis bylaw * City councillor sanctioned by council * Chestermere musician nominated for award second year in a row * Life too Shorts * Bringing home the soccer gold

    • August 16, 2018

      New bantam football team gets ready for their first season * Lemonade stand to help local family after accident * Birth Forest giving children a sense of belonging * Country Fair a staple event for Chestermere * Cove Park set to reopen this fall * AHS warns of the dangers of the heat and summer sun * Getting to know what’s going on in the community * Chestermere protective and emergency services coming out in support of the food bank * Just a girl and her ewes * Chestermere In Bloom For 2018

    • August 09, 2018

      Racing rubber ducks for youth programs in the community * Chestermere graduate wins Calgary Stampede Scholarship * Residents asked to be responsible having fires * Province bans the use of bots to buy online tickets * RCMP investigating after 64-year-old male dies in the crash * Ag-tourism returns with sixth annual Alberta Open Farm Days * City supports child’s right to play with first annual play day * Local recording studio nominated for CCMA * Chestermere’s U17 Girls soccer team focused on winning in Edmonton