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The article states that Youngstown was third-ranked, but the ASAA website shows that Youngsatown was ranked second and that it was Stirling, in fact, that was ranked third. All mid-year rankings, according to ASAA, showed Youngstown higher than Stirling. --Kmsiever 03:58, 22 May 2006 (UTC)
Actually Stirling did achieve first place in the 2006 Provincial Tournament, Youngstown was second and i believe that Foremost was third.
Stirling then in 2007 had won the Zone and Provincial title over foremost by 6 points in both the Zone title and also the Provincial Title.
Again Stirling Won the Zone And Provincial Banners in 2008, Meaning Stirling has Won three Zone and provincial Titles in a row. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 23:13, 16 March 2008 (UTC)
I removed the list of attractions. The provide no value to the reader. If they are re-added, some detail should be included. I removed the section bareback rigging; it's not notable for Stirling. It should be reserved for an article about the inventor or the invention itself. The Settler Days section should be expanded; it needs more details (e.g. history, purpose). --Kmsiever 23:28, 23 September 2007 (UTC)
Typical Mormon farmstead
In the Attraction section, we read "The Michelsen Farmstead is a typical Mormon farmstead that has been restored back to its original 19th century Victorian style."
I have changed the "typical Mormon farmstead" to what it should say. Thanks for noticing that, Kmsiever. Here it is right here...
The Michelsen Farmstead is a typical farmstead of the 1800s era, located in Stirling, Alberta. It was declared a Provincial Historic Site of Alberta in 2001, and has been restored back to its original 19th century Victorian style.(Cocopie (talk) 22:27, 24 February 2008 (UTC))
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