Council faces its moral test

Council faces its moral test It has been said by some of the most revered humanists of our recent times that the moral test of government is how it treats those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; those who are in the shadows of life; the sick, the needy and the handicapped.

'Eyes and ears' of community have closed

'Eyes and ears' of community have closed

The Innisfail chapter of Citizens on Patrol (COP) has disbanded after 20 years, with members claiming a frustrating lack of...


Battling for the right to drive

Battling for the right to drive

Judy Sutter did not expect she would ever be fighting for her father’s driving licence.


Grand assembly for a hero's sacred cause

Grand assembly for a hero's sacred cause

The fourth annual joint community and schools Terry Fox Run began with its now customary grand assembly – almost 2,000...


Penhold loses phone and Internet service

Penhold loses phone and Internet service

Residents along Lucina Street and Robinson Avenue were without Internet and telephone service on Sept. 22 after a lowboy...


Two men charged in cabbie assault

Two Innisfail men are facing assault charges in connection to a cabbie beating in Red Deer last spring.


Legion celebrates top cadets

Legion celebrates top cadets

Innisfail’s Royal Canadian Legion #104 celebrated the accomplishments of cadets from Penhold Air Cadet Squadron #7 while...


For the love of the community

For the love of the community

It was messy, gooey but loads of fun.


Peter Maher headlines Sportsman Night

Peter Maher headlines Sportsman Night

The Innisfail Eagles along with NHL legends Peter Maher and Rich Preston are kicking the 2014-15 season off with the first...