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Lakeland FASD Society excited for summer camp

The Lakeland Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Society will be running its annual summer camp for kids this year throughout July and August.

Suspect assaults RCMP officer

A Kehewin resident is still at large after evading local RCMP officers over the last week, with Bonnyville Staff Sgt. Luis Gandolfi warning the public not to approach the suspect, as he is considered armed and dangerous.

Fire chief praises rescue effort

Regional Fire Chief Brian McEvoy praised the efforts last week of emergency services in the rescue of a two-year-old girl from a well in the Bonnyville area April. 26. The police, EMS and fire department were notified at 11:14 a.m.

Cost of rent skyrocketing in Bonnyville

With rent in Bonnyville steadily increasing in recent years, some area residents have been expressing concerns over the high cost of accommodation in town, fearing they may not be able to keep a roof over their heads for much longer.
BCHS students prepare themselves for Fame

BCHS students prepare themselves for Fame

Students at Bonnyville Centralized High School (BCHS) will be stepping out onto the stage this week as they present their very own production of ‘Fame the Musical' at the Lyle Victor Albert Centre.

Toddler rescued from well

A two-year-old girl is in hospital after falling into a well in a field just outside of Bonnyville on Friday afternoon.
LICA meeting attracts huge crowd

LICA meeting attracts huge crowd

Over 150 people packed into the St.
Bonnyville's first framed building turns 105

Bonnyville's first framed building turns 105

Back in the early years of the 20th century, years before the Town of Bonnyville even existed, the area between Moose Lake and what is today known as Fort Kent was sparsely dotted with dwellings and buildings built almost exclusively in the tradition
Residents concerned about watershed

Residents concerned about watershed

Members of the Beaver River Watershed Alliance (BRWA) held their annual general meeting on Tuesday at the Willow Prairie Hall in La Corey and were greeted by about 85 people, their largest crowd ever.

Glendon mayor to step down

Village of Glendon Mayor Larry Lofstrand tendered his intention to resign at last Thursday's council meeting.
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