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Stirling pool undergoing construction

The Village of Stirling’s pool is currently undergoing some massive upgrades. Back in November Stirling received close $319,943 from the Canada Community Revitalization Fund. The village will contribute the remaining funds which will total $600,000. The CAO of Stirling, Scott Donselaar, says these upgrades are much needed. “With the pool we’ve been able to add […]Read More

Stirling completes tree planting for Queen’s Jubilee

A commemorative tree has been planted at an old farmstead in the Village of Stirling. The event paid respects to the Queen’s Jubilee and her 70 years on the throne. The planting kicks off the start of Settler Days in Stirling as well. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, local politicians and members of an army […]Read More

Life sized elf to be featured at Stirling event

The Village of Stirling is hosting a special event this weekend called Light Up Stirling. It is a community-minded way to celebrate the upcoming Christmas season. The fire department will parade around the village and the tourism kiosk in the village will showcase some Christmas caroling along with sleigh and wagon rides. Food and hot […]Read More

Remembrance Day ceremonies coming up

Remembrance Day is quickly approaching and ceremonies will take place tomorrow as a time for us to reflect on the sacrifices veterans made to secure our freedoms. There is one event right here in Lethbridge and the other two in Coaldale and Stirling. The poppy campaign is also in full swing, and the legion is […]Read More

Village of Stirling receives added funding for cenotaph project

The Village of Stirling received additional funding for their cenotaph project. The $15,000 presented by the Lethbridge Legion will be used to beautify the monument. The initiative is meant to honour veterans from Stirling. As Micah Quinn explains, the cenotaph will feature the names of veterans carved inside to be forever immortalized. The total cost of […]Read More

Grant funding awarded to Stirling for cenotaph project

Veterans of Stirling are set to be honoured come the fall. The Village of Stirling was approved for a project that would see a new cenotaph being built right next to the town office. As Micah Quinn explains, the village made an application for funding, which was accepted to the tune of $25,000.Read More