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Seussical set to show its colours

Seussical set to show its colours

Colourful? Most definitely. Musical? Ditto. Enchanting, that too, Who? Actually, quite a few Whos. After all, what else would one expect from Seussical, the Musical.

Alternative school possible for 4 Wing

Members of the military community at 4 Wing are rallying to keep R.A. Reynolds School. The Northern Lights School Division board recently took the school off its capital plan to place emphasis on the Lac La Biche multiplex.

Chamber seeking input on logo

Bonnyville & District Chamber of Commerce members are being asked for their input on a new chamber logo — one that will help move the organization forward as it re-brands itself.

Developer lays out vision for East Gate development

In an ideal scenario, Garry Lapointe and his partners in Envision Ventures Inc. would see deep utility installation and grading work on their land in northeast Bonnyville start this year. More likely, if things progress, it will take place in 2011.

MD tax revenue to decline

The MD of Bonnyville will ask its taxpayers for less in 2010 than it did in 2009 — though not much less.
Hope fading for missing man

Hope fading for missing man

Friends and relatives of missing Bonnyville resident Ken Bjornstad are hoping he'll turn up, but fear is creeping in that he may not be coming home.

MD pursuing bounty program to cull coyotes

MD of Bonnyville residents may soon have a cash incentive to kill coyotes.
Storm packs wintry wallop and badly needed moisture

Storm packs wintry wallop and badly needed moisture

It wasn't much fun to drive in or walk in, but the vicious snowstorm that hit the region Friday brought more than just temporary hardship and inconvenience. A lot more.

Johnny Reid coming to Bonnyville

Another country music star is headed to Bonnyville. The Centennial Centre announced Monday that Canadian artist Johnny Reid will perform at the centre on Sept. 24.

Longer wait times loom in Bonnyville

Bonnyville residents may be facing longer wait times due to the continuing doctor shortage and recent news of doctors planning to leave Cold Lake and St. Paul. Two family doctors and a general surgeon will be leaving St. Paul in the coming months.