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Where the Wagons Rolled to Rest

In 1887, Charles Ora Card led one of the last wagon train migrations of the century from Utah to the Lee Creek Valley where they established a new settlement with his namesake. This group of pioneers brought a new method of irrigation to the land that transformed the arid prairies into productive farmland. Today, Cardston is the business hub for farming and ranching in the Southern most corner of the province, and home of the magnificent Cardston Alberta Temple, built by the pioneer settlers.

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Cardston Championship 18 hole Disc Golf Course Proposal
September 9 2020

Cardston Championship 18 hole Disc Golf Course Proposal

A proposal has been made to the Parks and Recreation Committee to install an 18 hole championship disc golf course in the Lee Creek Valley, at a minimal…

Fire Restriction in Effect
August 18 2020

Fire Restriction in Effect

The Fire Chief has enacted a fire restriction for the Town of Cardston and surrounding county and villages. Fire permits are not being issued at this…

2020 Young Citizen of the Year
August 12 2020

2020 Young Citizen of the Year

Sara Salmon Sara Salmon is a kind, hardworking, friendly young woman who always strives to be inclusive and make others feel welcome.  Her peers say,…

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