Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTO: Bashaw resident unhappy with cemetery tree clearing

A resident was unhappy with how town staff cleared trees at the cemetery

Taylor: Ontario election shows what could come to Alberta

MLA feels three recent votes around the world signal a move to more progressive policies

Editorial: Bashaw Star wins among esteemed community newspapers

Bashaw Star lands in top three in provincial awards at Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association awards

Storm chasers Team Tanner capture first storm of season

Dar Tanner followed the storm east of Edmonton all the way past Cold Lake

Potential for isolated tornado on Saturday afternoon

Central Alberta east of Edmonton may see tornado action along with thunderstorm activity

Heat warning issued for Red Deer, Ponoka areas

Central Alberta under heat warning Thursday

Alberta School Boards president wants to return transparency to organization

Lorrie Jess was elected president on Monday after an exodus of leadership

Alberta School Boards president wants to return transparency to organization

Lorrie Jess was elected president on Monday after an exodus of leadership

PHOTO: Bashaw mosquitos win gold in Lacombe

The Bashaw baseball team returns undefeated from weekend tournament

Hundreds converge on Bashaw’s slow pitch tournament

Twenty teams from around central Alberta take in the Bashaw Ag Society’s slow pitch tourney

Sorenson: Not too pleased with Trans Mountain Pipeline situation

Taxpayers on the hook for $4.5 billion pipeline purchase

Bashaw agencies looking at collaborative mental health support model

Bashaw RCMP, BDSS and Bashaw School looking at mental health supports and collaboration

Opinion: Alberta’s lackadaisical recycling hurting its global image

Without some major change in the world of recycling, Alberta’s image will remain poor

Bashaw Meadows fundraiser about community

The recent fundraiser brought the community together to help with recreation at the facility

Layton Green wins centennial Falkland Stampede buckle

The Meeting Creek saddle bronc rider’s 2018 season is starting to kick off at a decent pace.

Layton Green wins centennial Falkland Stampede buckle

The Meeting Creek saddle bronc rider’s 2018 season is starting to kick off at a decent pace.

Maskwacis and feds sign historic education agreement

The Maskwacis Education School Commission signed an agreement setting the stage for their education

Pastoral Ponderings: Spirit is not something you can hold in your hand

This week’s column looks at the spirit and what how intangible it is.

Sorenson: Government not telling us about costs

Liberal government not speaking to costs of carbon tax

Producers are already charging customers for recycle services

Fixed recycle fees are built-in to packaging rates by producers across the country.