Grandstand demo delayed

by Phil Ambroziak Mother Nature’s mess has bought the historic Meadow Lake grandstand a little more time. The grandstand was originally scheduled to come down next week, but those plans have been put on hold ...

Stampede Grounds discussed

by Phil Ambroziak Cooperation is the key to success. That’s the conclusion reached by the close to 100 Meadow Lake and area residents who attended a public open house Tuesday night (April 17) at the Meado...

Big bucks earned for Calgary

by Phil Ambroziak What a difference a year makes. After experiencing a decline in 2016 as a result of an economic downturn, fortunes have rebounded for the Calgary Stampede GMC Rangeland Derby chuckwagon ...

Invite-only system unfair

It’s often been said hard work does not go unnoticed, but try telling that to several top Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) drivers who were overlooked recently when Calgary Stampede officials...

Gorst primed for WPCA finals

by Phil Ambroziak By Sunday, the World Professional Chuckwagon Association (WPCA) will have crowned a 2016 world champion, but at least one follower of the sport says the season is likely to once again end w...

Gorst takes first WPCA title

by Phil Ambroziak Good things come to those who wait. After four seasons with the World Professional Chuckwagon Association, one more day because of a rainout wasn’t too much of a wait for Meadow Lake dri...

French traveller joins WPCA circuit

by Phil Ambroziak Western Canada, or more specifically the world of professional chuckwagon racing, is the latest stop on the adventure Nicolas Hardy calls life. Hardy, a native of France, is once again s...

Gorst shines at Calgary auction

by Phil Ambroziak Logan Gorst has come a long way. Embarking on his fifth season with the World Professional Chuckwagon Association (WPCA), the Meadow Lake driver is now considered to be amongst the elite in...