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Smash hit musical coming to life in Bashaw

Junior high students to present intense production of Lion King: The Musical

Options being researched in dealing with fire codes

Bashaw needs solution soon to lack of fire safety codes officer

Weather change may spur crop germination

Early seeding combined with heat may accelerate growth in fields

Marshmallows? Tent? Locked the door?

In 2018, there were over 8,600 reports of break and enters to homes, outbuildings, and cottages

  • May 14, 2019

Some new things to razzle and dazzle with

Bashaw’s annual summer event being freshened up a bit

Fireworks, quiet zone being researched

Bashaw council having staff look further into the issues

Unexpected revenue sees Bashaw cut 2019 tax increase

Property taxes will now only rise by less than three per cent

Ice rental rates to go on trial

Bashaw tweaks non-local ice rates in bid to draw more rentals

Bashaw residents to taxes rise 6.58 per cent

Water, lower revenues force budget cutting to lower the original number

Central Alberta placed under snowfall warning

10 to 20 cm of snow is expected to fall over the last weekend of April, says Environment Canada

UCP candidate Nate Horner triumphs in Drumheller-Stettler riding

Horner looking forward to moving ahead with UCP policies in the coming months

  • Apr 22, 2019

Bashaw’s 2019 budget will see further adjustments

Preliminary look at town revenue and expense projections will need tweaks before approval

Lovely win for the UCP

Alberta changes government for the second straight time

Bashaw’s Razzle Dazzle Day plans under construction

Annual Chamber sponsored community celebration set for June 8

Phase Two approved to start this year

Bashaw council tenders 54 Avenue continuation for $1.3 million

Respectful audience hears interesting variety of ideas at Bashaw forum

Six of the seven candidates participated in the format that focused on five themes

Need to vote early? You can

Voting can be done at any advance polling station, not just Bashaw

We will turn off the taps: Kenney

UCP Leader Jason Kenney was in Sylvan Lake Monday, said if elected he will turn off the taps to B.C.

Sylvan Lake RCMP respond to possible oil field theft in Eckville

The male suspect was found with a sledgehammer and bear spray in the his car on April 6