Quick thinking on the part of local citizens helped prevent a vehicle theft in broad daylight on Viking’s Main Street.
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Parrish & Heimbecker Limited (P&H) has announced that construction is now underway on a crop input centre and grain terminal at Viking.
The Kinsella Performing Arts Guild’s first performance of the 2017-2018 season was a tribute artist singing the late Elvis Presley’s greatest hits, which ranged over decades.
Here’s what else is making news in the Nov. 29, 2017 edition of The Weekly Review, on news stands now!
– Viking RCMP help chase down stolen vehicle in countryside – fleeing suspects hospitalized, treated for frostbite; – Viking Council defeats splash park initiative – councillor says too much potable water would be used,...
About 240 kilometres southwest of Nairobi in Kenya on the Serengeti Plains of Africa, Maasai tribespeople are working together to improve their lives – starting with fresh water from a new well.
The Viking Health Care Centre Auxiliary celebrated 25 years of service to the community with an anniversary tea at the Viking Legion on Wednesday, Nov. 15. Auxiliary Chairperson Annie Hruza welcomed everyone and read...
Holden’s Evan Ligard takes 1st place at CFR’s mutton busting event – two brothers compete in exciting competition at Northlands
Two local cowboys competed among 8 other young cowboys and cowgirls at the Edmonton Canadian Finals Rodeo on November 8th for the exciting mutton busting event.
Viking, Alberta – On Nov. 1, 2017 at approximately 1:00 p.m., Viking RCMP, Fire Department and EMS were dispatched to a collision involving a minivan and a train at the intersection of Highway 36...
Here’s what else is making news at The Weekly Review in Viking, AB for the Nov. 7, 2017 edition, on news stands now!
– Remembrance Day Tribute Page: Salutes from local groups and organizations, plus: Jennifer Boadway receives international recognition for her Legion contest poster “Remember the Fallen;” – Opinion Page: Letter to the Editor – Holden...
New Mayor of Viking Jason Ritchie and town council were sworn-in at an organizational meeting held on Wednesday, Oct. 25 following municipal elections nine days earlier.