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Riley Stovka

Riley Stovka

Riley joined Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly as a reporter in September 2023. He graduated from the University of Calgary with a bachelor's degree in political science in June 2022 and worked on a political campaign before entering journalism.

Recent Work by Riley

Bragg Creek Days ready for another year of community fun

Bragg Creek Days ready for another year of community fun

The residents of Bragg Creek and the surrounding area will be treated to a day of festive fun that includes, but is not limited to, a pancake breakfast, pony rides, a pie-eating contest, and a parade on July 20.
Provincial funding in place for improvements at busy Highway 1 interchange

Provincial funding in place for improvements at busy Highway 1 interchange

Improvements to the interchange at Springbank, used for Calaway Park and the airport, will begin later this year
Historical sword-fighting tournament this weekend in Airdrie

Historical sword-fighting tournament this weekend in Airdrie

Today and tomorrow a group that explores Historical European Martial Arts brings historical sword fighting to Southern Alberta
Calgary ends state of local emergency after water main break

Calgary ends state of local emergency after water main break

The City of Calgary ended its state of local emergency on Thursday, marking the end of daily news briefings that the City has been giving since the water crisis began last month.
Private-public partnership delivers five new Alberta schools

Private-public partnership delivers five new Alberta schools

A private-public partnership between the provincial government and the construction consortium Concert-Bird Partners, have finished the work on five new schools, including Langdon’s Horseshoe Crossing, that are scheduled to open to students in
Rocky View grants funding to Bragg Creek Trails Association

Rocky View grants funding to Bragg Creek Trails Association

On Wednesday, the Rocky View County (RVC) Recreation Governance Committee doled out close to $170,000 for the Bragg Creek Trails Association (BCTA), a group that maintains nearly 14,000 acres of Kananaskis trails.
Volker Stevin and supervisor fined $546,000 for workplace death

Volker Stevin and supervisor fined $546,000 for workplace death

Habtom Abraha was struck by a truck driven by his supervisor, Micheal O’Neill, and killed in late 2019, while conducting a routine inspection of a storm drain catch basin on a residential street in Airdrie. 
Calgary mayor says water main repairs on track for July 5

Calgary mayor says water main repairs on track for July 5

Calgary mayor Jyoti Gondek spoke to residents this morning about the ongoing water crisis that has affected over a million people in the greater Calgary area for the last two weeks.
RVC agrees to serve as partner in regional wastewater servicing for Cochrane and Springbank

RVC agrees to serve as partner in regional wastewater servicing for Cochrane and Springbank

At its latest meeting of council this week, Rocky View County (RVC)decided it will continue to collaborate with regional partners in Cochrane and Calgary on wastewater servicing in the Cochrane area.
Alberta goalie looks back on a dozen pro seasons, eager for more

Alberta goalie looks back on a dozen pro seasons, eager for more

Last month, Aaron Dell, of Airdrie, an NHL goaltender most remembered for his time with the San Jose Sharks, finished his thirteenth professional season.
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