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Beaux-Lacs commemorates graduating class of 2015

Beaux-Lacs commemorates graduating class of 2015

As one journey ends, another begins. That was the key message pressed home to a collection of 12 local youth this past weekend as they bid an emotional final farewell to École des Beaux-Lacs.
Local school boards pleased with NDP education funding

Local school boards pleased with NDP education funding

Local school boards are breathing a sigh of relief following the announcement that the province will restore funding to education for the upcoming school year.
Cats disappearing around town

Cats disappearing around town

Cat owners in Bonnyville should be wary, after a number of feline friends have gone missing from residences in town.

Correction

The lead sentence in the story, "Cyr preparing to lead region into the future," which ran in the May 26 edition of the Lakeland Regional is incorrect. The sentence reads, "Cold Lake Mayor Craig Copeland is reluctant to work with the NDP government.
Fire destroys 17,000 hectares north of Cold Lake

Fire destroys 17,000 hectares north of Cold Lake

A 38-year-old civilian pilot is dead after his water bomber crashed while he was helping fight an out-of-control grass fire 40 kilometers north of Cold Lake.
Glendon celebrates schools 73rd graduating class

Glendon celebrates schools 73rd graduating class

Glendon School's centennial festivities kicked off early this past Saturday evening with the celebration of the school's 73rd graduating class.

Extreme conditions result in fire ban

Warm temperatures and a lack of rain over the past few weeks has dried out Alberta leading to a province-wide fire ban.
Copeland concerned about the future of the Lakeland

Copeland concerned about the future of the Lakeland

With a brand-new sitting provincial government in place and an unfamiliar face representing the region in Legislature, City of Cold Lake Mayor Craig Copeland believes things are going to be very different for Lakeland residents moving forward as Albe
West end Esso scene of break in, major theft

West end Esso scene of break in, major theft

It was an unsettling morning for employees at the Esso Gas Station in the west end of Bonnyville. On May 12, employees arrived at work to find that the store had broken into and ransacked by a thief. “When the (workers) came in it was all dark.
So, what's that smell Bonnyville?

So, what's that smell Bonnyville?

Picture strolling around Bonnyville on a nice spring day, the sun is out, a gentle breeze is blowing and then all of a sudden you are hit with it - the distinctive smell of Jessie Lake.
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