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Families welcome soldiers home from Libya

Families welcome soldiers home from Libya

Within hours of the United Nations Security Council's decision to impose an arms embargo and no-fly zone on Libya in March, according to 4 Wing commander Col. Patrice Laroche, F-18s were on route from Cold Lake to do what they could to help.

Gene Sobolewski announces MLA candidacy for PC Party

Veteran Town of Bonnyville councillor Gene Sobolewski has announced his candidacy to oppose Bonnyville-Cold Lake MLA Genia Leskiw for the Progressive Party nomination for this constituency.
Students celebrate Day of the Dead

Students celebrate Day of the Dead

While classrooms around the Lakeland have been learning about ghosts, ghouls, and pumpkins in preparation for Halloween, one class has been learning a little bit about Los Dias de Los Muertos, Day of the Dead.
Jesse Miller fondly remembered as respectful, friendly young man

Jesse Miller fondly remembered as respectful, friendly young man

Jesse Miller is being remembered as a well-respected young man who excelled in sports and made friends easily.
Two men charged with second degree murder

Two men charged with second degree murder

Two area men have been charged with second-degree murder following an incident in the Village of Glendon early Wednesday morning.
Deceased male found outside Glendon Hotel

Deceased male found outside Glendon Hotel

A male in his early 20s was pronounced dead by EMS responders early this morning outside the Glendon Hotel, according to a press release from the RCMP. The Bonnyville RCMP detachment received a call at 1:15 a.m. on Oct.
Graves' spooky story to be published in Spirited anthology

Graves' spooky story to be published in Spirited anthology

Cold Lake author Judith Graves has more to celebrate this Halloween than the traditional ghosts, ghouls, and trick-or-treating. Halloween also marks the digital release of Spirited, an anthology featuring 13 spooky stories, including Strangeways vs.

Wheat Board on railroad to privatization

Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz tabled a bill to end the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) monopoly in Western Canada in the House of Commons on Oct. 18.
BCHS students inspired by We Day

BCHS students inspired by We Day

Optimism and the desire to create global change for the better seem to shine brightest in youth. Free the Children's We Day is a way to celebrate that youthful exuberance towards making a positive difference in the world.

Leskiw named chair of education policy committee

Genia Leskiw, MLA for Bonnyville – Cold Lake, was named chair of Premier Alison Redford's new Cabinet Policy Committee on Education.