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Grand opening celebrates 60 years of Duclos history

Grand opening celebrates 60 years of Duclos history

The best part of the new renovations at Duclos School, according to principal Richard Cameron, is part of the old building was maintained and restored, so its history can live on in the newly modernized and renovated building.
Vehicle accidents result in two deaths

Vehicle accidents result in two deaths

Two separate vehicle accidents resulted in the deaths of two Bonnyville citizens this past week. According to an RCMP news release, at 4:20 p.m. on Nov.
Coles overwhelmed by amount of community support

Coles overwhelmed by amount of community support

Bill and Anne-Marie Cole would much rather have been sitting in the comfort of their country home on Saturday night, but being surrounded by hundreds of friends and supporters, including many strangers who wanted to help, ended up being one of the mo
Leskiw wins landslide victory over Sobolewski

Leskiw wins landslide victory over Sobolewski

Genia Leskiw won the Progressive Conservative (PC) Party nomination to represent the Bonnyville — Cold Lake constituency after PC Party members took to the polls on Saturday.

MLA forum: Leskiw and Sobolewski face off on regional issues

Bonnyville - Cold Lake constituency candidates Genia Leskiw and Gene Sobolewski debated pertinent regional issues and responded to audience questions at a forum on Wednesday night, three days before members of the Progressive Conservative Party (PC P
Two men killed in fire identified

Two men killed in fire identified

The two men killed in the house fire that broke out early yesterday morning have been identified as John Kenneth Bokhout and Blake Kenneth Hesselwood, both 22 years old and from Blyth, Ontario.
Two young men killed in early morning house fire

Two young men killed in early morning house fire

Two men were killed and another hospitalized early this morning in a house fire 2.5 kilometres east of Bonnyville. Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority (BRFA) received a 911 call at 2:03 a.m. on Nov.
Community rallies around family devastated by house fire

Community rallies around family devastated by house fire

The fire that ripped through his parent's home 10 days ago destroyed wood, bricks and mortar, but only rekindled the community spirit that makes Bonnyville such a great place to call home, said Robbie Cole.
Prevost 'devastated' no funding promised to upgrade Bonnylodge

Prevost 'devastated' no funding promised to upgrade Bonnylodge

In his almost 20 years in public service, Ray Prevost said he has never been more disappointed — and he refused to hide his hostility towards the provincial government and two recently-appointed ministers who visited Bonnyville last week.

H.E. Bourgoin remembered for sacrifices made

Remembrance Day is an opportunity for Canadians to consider and pay tribute to all those women and men who fought for our country in wars past and present.