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Scott Strasser

Scott Strasser

Scott Strasser joined Airdrie Today in July 2018, after spending a year reporting for a community news outlet on Vancouver Island. He graduated with a BA in communications and media studies in 2017 from the University of Calgary, where he was the news editor of the student-run newspaper, the Gauntlet. While on campus, he also wrote for the U of C Dinos' website. He is the editor for the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly.

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Recent Work by Scott

Chuckwagon world pro tour finals returning to Century Downs this August

Chuckwagon world pro tour finals returning to Century Downs this August

“With a little bit of traction and no stoppages, I think this event will evolve into the “true” finals that it’s meant to be,” Ryneveld said. 
Four Airdrie teens recognized for selfless act with Queen's Diamond Jubilee Awards

Four Airdrie teens recognized for selfless act with Queen's Diamond Jubilee Awards

“Quite often, these things are given out to someone with a lifetime of service in various volunteer capacities,” Richards said. “But I think it’s also important we include young people who have done outstanding things as well to encourage them and other young people to give service to their community as well. It’s important to recognize outstanding acts like this.”
Southern Alberta man found guilty of killing neighbour

Southern Alberta man found guilty of killing neighbour

After a two-week trial, Airdrie resident Michael Antony Roebuck was sentenced to life in prison for causing the death of his neighbour by shooting him twice on his driveway.
Southern Alberta paramedic responds to own daughter's fatal collision

Southern Alberta paramedic responds to own daughter's fatal collision

An Airdrie-area paramedic is grieving the death of her teenage daughter after responding to the very motor vehicle collision that claimed the 17-year-old's life last week.
Hockey players give back by raking seniors' leaves on sprawling acreage

Hockey players give back by raking seniors' leaves on sprawling acreage

Members of Airdrie junior team prove to be a “God-send” for elderly couple living on 10-acre property.
Alberta city implored not euthanize problem beavers

Alberta city implored not euthanize problem beavers

The FurBearers organization penned a letter to Airdrie last week asking municipal representatives to no longer trap and euthanize beavers that are considered a nuisance.
Widow said she knew 'instantly' who had pulled the trigger

Widow said she knew 'instantly' who had pulled the trigger

Airdrie woman tells first-degree murder trial that she raced outside to find her husband lying face down on their driveway. 
Airdrie resident sees first-episode success on Family Feud Canada

Airdrie resident sees first-episode success on Family Feud Canada

The Selk family – including team captain Levi, who lives in Airdrie – is $10,000 richer after successfully winning their episode of Family Feud Canada last night. 
Alberta motorist receives 13th distracted driving conviction in Airdrie

Alberta motorist receives 13th distracted driving conviction in Airdrie

"Obviously, this person is struggling with following the law with regard to leaving the phone alone," Turnbull said.
Two upcoming blood drives allow dogs to be donors

Two upcoming blood drives allow dogs to be donors

Canadian Animal Blood Bank is partnering with Cochrane vet clinics as demand for canine blood has more or less doubled in the last year.