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Cold Lake students to broadcast news on YouTube

Cold Lake students to broadcast news on YouTube

The good work being done to area high school students in the Northern Lights School Division (NLSD) will soon be available for broadcast for the whole world to see on YouTube.

LaCorey fire chief, 10 volunteers retire

Saying she was “tired of fighting an unyielding battle”, the veteran fire chief with the LaCorey Fire Department has retired and so have 10 of the department's 16 volunteer firefighters in a show of support.

Bonnyville should share tax assessment from weapons range: Isley

Tax assessment from the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range should be split among the four regional municipalities, says Bonnyville Mayor Ernie Isley.
Firefighters must sign 'declaration' to vote for new fire chief

Firefighters must sign 'declaration' to vote for new fire chief

In an attempt to heal wounds that have divided the Bonnyville Fire Department since 14 volunteers walked out more than two months ago, all firefighters casting ballots to select a new fire chief have been asked to sign a “firefighters declaration” st
Rocky Meadows Country Getaway getting bigger, better

Rocky Meadows Country Getaway getting bigger, better

Farming innovations usually consist of new ways to feed or more efficient harvesting processes. But the innovations put on display on the television series Prairie Farm Report two weeks ago were anything but your typical farming features.

10 provincial ministers will visit Bonnyville on Tuesday

Local MLA Genia Leskiw made a promise to herself and her constituents to bring every Alberta minister to this area before her first term in office ends in 2012.
Pontiacs fall to top team on the road

Pontiacs fall to top team on the road

The Bonnyville Junior A Pontiacs travelled to Spruce Grove on Wednesday to face the number one ranked junior A team in the country, the Saints.
Laplante commits to Union College

Laplante commits to Union College

Bonnyville Jr. A Pontiacs star goalie Julien Laplante has decided to attend Union College this fall.
Local man believes his dogs among those killed in B.C.

Local man believes his dogs among those killed in B.C.

Bonnyville's Marc Dumont knows better than most dogs are a man's best friend.
PCs plan land law amendments

PCs plan land law amendments

The government plans to amend and repeal parts of the Land Stewardship Act in response to mistakes in the act, said Sustainable Resource Development Minister Mel Knight to an audience of around 120 at the Beaver River Fish and Game building last Wedn