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Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker

Jordan Stricker is a reporter with the Airdrie City View and Rocky View Weekly. Born and raised in Airdrie, he graduated from the Southern Alberta Institute in Technology in 2019 with a diploma in Online/Print Journalism.

Phone
587-326-4151
Email
jstricker@airdrie.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jordan

Appointment-free COVID-19 vaccines available in Crossfield July 27

Appointment-free COVID-19 vaccines available in Crossfield July 27

A drop-in vaccination clinic in Crossfield is offering no-appointment immunizations this week.
Shamrock Lanes reopens for business

Shamrock Lanes reopens for business

As Alberta continues to adjust to life without restrictions, Airdrie’s only bowling alley Shamrock Lanes officially opened back up for business on July 15.
Airdrie restaurant hosting Bob’s Burgers-inspired promotion

Airdrie restaurant hosting Bob’s Burgers-inspired promotion

Jam’s Airdrie has gotten creative and found a way to incorporate a popular television show on its menu, while at the same time supporting local charities.
West Cochrane gravel pit proposal scaled back

West Cochrane gravel pit proposal scaled back

During a regular council meeting July 6, Rocky View County (RVC) council scaled back the West Cochrane Gravel Pit extension proposal, which initially called for a redesignation of nearly 1,000 acres.
RVC council continues to explore options for Langdon library

RVC council continues to explore options for Langdon library

Rocky View County (RVC) council voted June 29 to continue working with the Langdon Library Society (LLS) to find a suitable new home for the hamlet’s future library.
Deputy Reeve McKylor readies re-election campaign

Deputy Reeve McKylor readies re-election campaign

As Rocky View County inches closer to the 2021 municipal election on Oct. 18, current Division 2 [Springbank] councillor and Deputy Reeve Kim McKylor has announced she will run for re-election.
Column: Time to adjust

Column: Time to adjust

It has been a wild, boring, lonely ride these last 16 months.
Youth can rock out this summer with Airdrie Music Lessons

Youth can rock out this summer with Airdrie Music Lessons

With summer in full bloom, local families have a unique option for summer activities for their kids this year, thanks to Airdrie Music Lessons’ Rock Star Camps, set to take place throughout July and August.
Airdrie City council votes to move forward with field turf project

Airdrie City council votes to move forward with field turf project

The Airdrie Field Turf Project Society (AFTPS) is one step closer to bringing a state-of-the-art artificial turf field to Ed Eggerer Athletic Park, after council voted to move forward with the project on July 5.
Cyclist riding for charity stops in Madden

Cyclist riding for charity stops in Madden

Len Spratt clocked more kilometres on his bicycle from June 21 to 29 than many people likely drove, all in the name of fundraising for children with cancer.