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Court date set for English Bay campground dispute

Court date set for English Bay campground dispute

A date has been set for the judicial review of the Alberta government's proposed re-development of the campground at English Bay, a provincial recreation area on the west side of Cold Lake.

Committee pleased with Ardmore street dance turnout

Local residents had a chance to sample the hospitality of Ardmore on Saturday night as the hamlet held its third dance of the summer to raise money to renovate Ardmore Community Hall.

Storm causes power outage

Lightning struck and knocked a powerline to the ground, affecting 1,500 local residences and businesses after a storm ripped through town Friday.
Foster Creek opened to media

Foster Creek opened to media

In an attempt to shed further light on the oilsands operations at Foster Creek on the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range (CLAWR), Cenovus took a group of local media on a tour of the site on July 5.

CWB plebiscite seeks farmer input

The Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) is fighting back against proposed federal legislation that would put an end to the era of single-desk policy that gives the CWB a monopoly, requiring producers of wheat and barley to market their product solely through
BRFA receives $15K towards training facility

BRFA receives $15K towards training facility

After a $15,000 donation from Enbridge Pipelines Inc. from its safe community program, the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority (BRFA) is even closer to its goal of building a live burn fire training facility.

Impaired driver sentenced to 7.5 years

Bonnyville resident Clayton Tyler Procinski, 32, will serve four years and 11 months in prison for the impaired driving deaths of four Kehewin residents on July 23, 2009. Judge L. J.
Nadeaus commemorate 100-year-old homestead

Nadeaus commemorate 100-year-old homestead

One hundred years ago, Thomas Nadeau made his way from Quebec heading west, eventually arrived in Bonnyville, married his wife Marie and set up the Nadeau family homestead, which remains with the family to this day.
Canada Day celebrations a hit

Canada Day celebrations a hit

It was another Canada Day in Bonnyville to remember. With great weather and many events throughout the day, it appeared the entire town was out and about enjoying the festivities.
Isley fears his political stripes affect town

Isley fears his political stripes affect town

Town of Bonnyville Mayor Ernie Isley has raised concerns that his personal political affiliations could be harming the ratepayers of Bonnyville.