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Community rallies for fire victim

Community rallies for fire victim

Imagine watching your home burn to the ground before your eyes. For Adrian Morton, this image became real the afternoon of May 12.

Glendon girls meet their wish child

Four little girls from Glendon wanted to make a difference. In the end, their dedication, creativity, and ambition changed the lives of an Edmonton family.

Fire ban still in effect

Despite Thursday's thundershowers, the Town and MD of Bonnyville continue to be under fire ban. The rain from the storm has not impacted the fire risk, according to a statement issued by the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority.
Main street reopened

Main street reopened

Main street has reopened after the section of the road from 49th to 50th Street was closed since Monday due to the expansion of the MD of Bonnyville office.
ATCO crowned bed race champs

ATCO crowned bed race champs

Members of ATCO's Electric Avenue bed race team likely slept soundly this past weekend after being named champions at the second annual Great Bonnyville Bed Race.
Young entrepreneur wins prestigious fellowship

Young entrepreneur wins prestigious fellowship

Gary Kurek is going places. The 19-year-old graduate of Bonnyville Centralized High School (BCHS) and Fort Kent native is destined for California, after winning a coveted spot in the inaugural class of the Peter Thiel Fellowship's 20 Under 20.
Hayward crowned BPRCA queen

Hayward crowned BPRCA queen

Kate Middleton may have a prince but she doesn't have a pair of chaps to rival those of Bonnyville's new rodeo royalty.

Roundabout project to go on

The MD of Bonnyville council has decided in a 5-2 vote to continue with the roundabout slated for the intersection of Highways 55 and 892 and its agreement with the province to chip in $2 million towards it, and to accept a petition with 1,100 people
Locals step up to help Slave Lake victims

Locals step up to help Slave Lake victims

After hearing about the devastating wildfires that consumed Slave Lake recently and the resulting evacuation and destruction of a large percentage of the town, residents of Bonnyville have come together to collect money and donations to help those af

School boards' calendar difference costs $450K

Discrepancies in next year's school calendar will virtually wipe out the transportation co-operative fund shared between Northern Lights School Division (NLSD) and Lakeland Catholic School District (LCSD), drawing an estimated $450,000 from it.