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Marathon of Hope continues in Bonnyville

Marathon of Hope continues in Bonnyville

Fifteen years ago, Evelyn Campeau's teenage son Robert was diagnosed with bone cancer, the same cancer Terry Fox had. A Notre Dame High School student, he was only 18 years old when he died.
Wildrose Alliance leader tours area

Wildrose Alliance leader tours area

Wildrose Alliance leader Danielle Smith stopped by the Lakeland last week to speak with party members and voters on the party's outlook and policy. Smith held a press conference and addressed the party's positions on a variety of topics on Wednesday.

Mediation voted down

City of Cold Lake council voted against a motion to support mediation with Bonnyville and the Regional Utilities Services Commission (RUSC) last Tuesday.
F-35 fighter jets coming to Cold Lake

F-35 fighter jets coming to Cold Lake

A former 4 Wing commander stopped by 4 Wing on Thursday with some good news for CFB Cold Lake.
Country Opry kicks off season

Country Opry kicks off season

The Bonnyville Country Opry kicked off its 23rd season with a Sept. 11 show featuring local talent. Thirteen performers entertained the crowd with mostly country tunes, keeping true to the Opry's roots.
Land use and regional planning discussed at C2

Land use and regional planning discussed at C2

The Government of Alberta held an information session to discuss the Land-use Framework and work towards a Lower Athabasca regional plan at the C2 on Sept. 8.

Glendon people look to crack down on crime

Glendon residents fed up with drug and alcohol abuse in their community and the limitations of the RCMP in dealing with errant behaviour discussed what they could do themselves to combat crime, at a public meeting at Glendon's Fire Hall last Wednesda
Harvest proceeds at snail's pace

Harvest proceeds at snail's pace

Harvest is proceeding at a "snail's pace," reported Director of Agriculture Services Matt Janz to MD council on Wednesday. Although not at the meeting, Janz's report said very little harvest is happening in the Lakeland.
Competitors slog through mud and rain

Competitors slog through mud and rain

Although the weather didn't quite co-operate for Sunday's leg of Ardmore Extreme 2010, organizers say the rain didn't slow anybody down during the Aug. 27-29 event.

Incredible turnout for Bike Night

The first annual Bike Night was held at the Cold Lake A&W on Aug. 26 and by all accounts the night was an incredible success.