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Good grief! 'Peanuts' celebrates 70th anniversary with art

Good grief! 'Peanuts' celebrates 70th anniversary with art

NEW YORK — The virus pandemic won't stop Charlie Brown, Snoopy or the “Peanuts” gang from marking an important birthday and they're hoping to raise the spirits of sick kids while they celebrate.
Local country singer takes home People’s Choice Award

Local country singer takes home People’s Choice Award

Hard work is paying off for Airdrie country singer Brandon Lorenzo, who recently won the People’s Choice Award for his song Spread Some Good Time Around at the fifth annual YYC Music Awards Sept. 20.
Second World War female aeronautical engineer Elsie MacGill gets Heritage Minute

Second World War female aeronautical engineer Elsie MacGill gets Heritage Minute

Pioneering female aeronautical engineer Elsie MacGill is the focus of a new Heritage Minute. Historica Canada released a tribute to MacGill’s influential role in the Second World War on Thursday to mark the first day of Women’s History Month.
Canmore's Bloom unveils Altered Ground

Canmore's Bloom unveils Altered Ground

Canmore's newest work of public art, Altered Ground by local sculptor Tony Bloom, was unveiled last week
Youth volunteers sculpt the Rockies for CANstruction competition

Youth volunteers sculpt the Rockies for CANstruction competition

A group of Airdrie youth showed off their creativity Sept. 26 as part of Youth Volunteer Corps’ (YVC) 2020 CANstruction contest. On Sept.
Added Force: Baby Yoda a boost on Western wildfire lines

Added Force: Baby Yoda a boost on Western wildfire lines

“It’s a miracle how one small gesture can create a wave of kindness”
The little group that could

The little group that could

Save Chain Lakes group gathers 1,700 signatures
Giant pumpkins smash Utah state record at weigh-off in Lehi

Giant pumpkins smash Utah state record at weigh-off in Lehi

The hefty gourd was grown by local farmer Mohamed Sadiq
Gray parrots separated at zoo after swearing a blue streak

Gray parrots separated at zoo after swearing a blue streak

LONDON — A British zoo has had to separate five foul-mouthed parrots who keepers say were encouraging each other to swear.
Penhold finally holds COVID graduation

Penhold finally holds COVID graduation

Ceremony at multiplex revised but heartfelt