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NLSD names Classroom Champions "Friends of Education"

NLSD names Classroom Champions "Friends of Education"

The Northern Lights School Division is recognizing the positive impact an international organization has had on students right here in Cold Lake.

Fate of new subdivision rests on inter-municipal agreement

A five-year subdivision project in the area is riding on the City of Cold Lake and the MD of Bonnyville coming to an agreement over water and sewer servicing.
Glendon approaches MD for help with Pyrogy Park revitalization

Glendon approaches MD for help with Pyrogy Park revitalization

The park featuring the World's Largest Pyrogy is about to get a major makeover. Over $200,000 worth of upgrades is being planned for Glendon's Pyrogy Park, with Village administration hoping to make it the focal point of community.

City Council fed up with AHS over ambulance services

The City of Cold Lake has had enough with the lack of local ambulance service. “When you pick up the line to call 911, you know the fire and police are going to be there.
Cold Lake Ice gearing up for a run at six-straight championships

Cold Lake Ice gearing up for a run at six-straight championships

Coming off a successful year, which included hosting the prestigious Keystone Cup, the reigning NEAJBHL champions the Cold Lake Ice are ready to lace up their skates for another season. Under the direction of new head coach Scott Hood, the local Jr.
Cold Lake Elementary School taking shape as crews start on structure

Cold Lake Elementary School taking shape as crews start on structure

Students heading to Cold Lake Elementary School at the end of the month will hear the ringing of steel along with recess bells, as progress on the new school continues to move forward. “It's super exciting.

Commercial air service back on the radar for Cold Lake

The City of Cold Lake may be closer than ever to finally obtaining a commercial airport.

Panhandling a serious problem for downtown business owners

Downtown business owners in Cold Lake have had enough of the aggressive panhandling on main street. “Some of the businesses are having a lot of vagrants outside their buildings, harassing their clients or pedestrians walking by for money or handouts.

Randy's Riders rake in $85,000 for cancer research

Following months of preparation and fundraising, local charity cycling squad Randy's Riders traveled down to Calgary earlier this month to participate in the seventh annual Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer.

City hoping to bid as a region for 2018 Alberta Summer Games

After finding success hosting the 2010 Alberta Winter Games, the City of Cold Lake wants to see the summer games come to the region in 2018. During their regular meeting on Aug.