The Alberta Justice Court convened Monday, February 23. Judge, J. A Watson, presided.
Scheduled to appear were 40 adults who were facing 145 charges and seven of those charges involved people making their first appearance. Eight adults were scheduled for … Read the rest
L-R: Councilors Robin Gervais, Jim Hailes, Mayor Jim Ahn, Councillors Brenda Burridge, Tom Thompson, Chris Stadnyk on stage during the public forum.
Director of Public Works, Dennis Bellwood was present answering all questions on water.
The Town of Fox Creek’s … Read the rest
Family Day in Fox Creek was celebrated with a large crowd, enjoying a dinner and dance at the community hall on Feb. 16th.
At the Family Day celebrations on Monday, Feb. 16th, boys wore dress shirts and ties, girls in … Read the rest
153 riders attended the annual Northland Sno-Goers Poker Rally, Feb. 7th in Fox Creek.
Fox Creek’s Northland Sno-Goers annual Poker Rally was another huge success!
A big group of local sledders, participants of all ages and many visitors from surrounding … Read the rest
February 8, 2015
A Message from The Alberta Outlaw and Drifter,
To all the kind, generous and beautiful people that I have met along the trail (you) helped me ride, but more importantly to ride hard to erase the stigma … Read the rest
Best dressed costume winners, Greta Drysdale’s team from Valleyview at the annual Fox Creek Ladies Curling Bonspiel Jan. 23-25th. The theme was fairy tales and fantasy.
It was a fun weekend and great curling games, at the Fox Creek Curling … Read the rest
Fox Creek’s Derald Palmer Memorial Arena was nominated for the Krafts Hockeyville Challenge, checkout the website to VOTE, starting March 21st http://www.khv2015.ca/en/.
Fox Creek’s Derald Palmer Memorial Arena nominated for Krafts Hockeyville Competition
Hockey in Fox Creek started in 1966, … Read the rest
Four year old Adrianna McGowan enjoying Snowflake Day.
Michelle Williscroft, president of the Nordic and Trail Club and additional members, showed kids (and adults) the basics of cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
Family skating in pajamas, pancake breakfast, sleeping bag … Read the rest
The Alberta Justice Court convened Monday, December 22. Judge, J. A Watson, presided.
Scheduled to appear: 30 adults were facing 92 charges; 16 of those charges involved people making their first appearance. 12 adults were scheduled for trial and there … Read the rest
The donated crane from G & L and the start of the decorating process for the Athabasca Oil Corporations Christmas tree. Photo submitted
The decorating process complete! Thanks to many donated efforts.
The decorated tree is located approximately 9.5 kms … Read the rest