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Kalinski, Johnson, Bamber win council seats

Kalinski, Johnson, Bamber win council seats

MD of Bonnyville residents elected incumbent Barry Kalinski as their Ward 4 councillor, Glen Johnson for Ward 5 and Fred Bamber for Ward 6 in the municipal election Oct. 18.
Devon Canada looks for approval on landfill expansion

Devon Canada looks for approval on landfill expansion

Devon Canada met with area residents at Sandy Rapids Hall for an open house on Oct. 19. People learned about the company's proposed landfill expansion project near Manatokan.
Vital heart program in Bonnvyille close to fruition

Vital heart program in Bonnvyille close to fruition

Bonnyville Municipal Ambulance is preparing to fully implement a new program aimed at reducing permanent muscle damage resulting from cardiac arrest. The plan is to have the Vital Heart Program fully operational by January 1, 2011.

MD doesn't object to drilling

MD of Bonnyville Council decided against writing a letter of objection to the CNRL's proposed oil project near Minnie Lake.

Corbiere, Borders and Sobolewski elected as school trustees

Bonnyville residents elected Gerald Corbiere, Margaret Borders and Carla Sobolewski as its Ward 1 Lakeland Catholic Separate School District trustees. Results are still unofficial. Seven candidates were vying for the three positions.
Kalinski re-elected, Johnson and Bamber win Wards 5 and 6

Kalinski re-elected, Johnson and Bamber win Wards 5 and 6

MD of Bonnyville residents elected incumbent Barry Kalinski as their Ward 4 councillor, Glen Johnson for Ward 5 and Fred Bamber for Ward 6 in the municipal election Oct. 18. Results are still unofficial, with official results expected by Oct.

Two homicide victims found near Ardmore

Police found the bodies of two men in a rural residence near Ardmore Oct. 14 after being called to a nearby residence due to complaints of a suspicious person with a firearm.

Local man dies in workplace accident

On Oct. 16 at 9 a.m. a workplace accident occurred that resulted in the death of a local man.
Storseth hosts town hall meeting in Cold Lake

Storseth hosts town hall meeting in Cold Lake

More than 50 people filled the Seniors Society in Cold Lake for a town hall meeting hosted by MP Brian Storseth on Oct. 12.
Artist teaches students new skills

Artist teaches students new skills

Glendon School held an art show on Friday to showcase the work students created over the past two weeks.