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Isley looks forward to growth in 2012

According to Mayor Ernie Isley, 2011 was a successful year for growth in Bonnyville and 2012 should continue the trend.
Leskiw reviews successes and challenges of 2011

Leskiw reviews successes and challenges of 2011

After a busy and rewarding year, MLA for Bonnyville – Cold Lake Genia Leskiw is looking forward to another year of the same in 2012.

Reeve looks forward to 2012

After a productive 2011, MD of Bonnyville Reeve Ed Rondeau said he and his council are looking forward to the new year and continuing to fulfil their mandate from the MD.
Liberal leader stops in Bonnyville

Liberal leader stops in Bonnyville

Alberta Liberal leader Raj Sherman, former Progressive Conservative Party caucus member, emergency room doctor, and STARS flight physician, believes that Alberta is ready for a change in government.
Glendon murder suspect back behind bars

Glendon murder suspect back behind bars

Shannon Burshtinski, one of the two men accused of second degree murder in the death of 21-year-old Jesse Miller outside the Glendon Hotel in late October, is back behind bars after reporting to police while under the influence of alcohol while free
Local author brings Bug Crazy to the library

Local author brings Bug Crazy to the library

Becoming a mother has allowed Bonnyville's Mandy Hunter to pursue a longtime passion to become a published children's author.

Charges laid in death of Bonnyville resident

Bonnyville resident Christopher Daniel McCallum has been charged with second degree murder following the death of a 34-year-old female on Sunday, according to an RCMP press release.
Ministry of Education seeks public input on Education Act

Ministry of Education seeks public input on Education Act

In an effort to collect public input to assist with the creation of the new Education Act, the provincial government invited students, parents, teachers, and members of the general public to a consultation session called Our Children, Our Future: Get

Murder charge pending after death in Bonnyville residence

A 41-year-old male has been arrested and, according to RCMP, is expected to be charged with murder following the death of a 34-year-old woman Sunday afternoon in Bonnyville.
Grand opening celebrates 60 years of Duclos history

Grand opening celebrates 60 years of Duclos history

The best part of the new renovations at Duclos School, according to principal Richard Cameron, is part of the old building was maintained and restored, so its history can live on in the newly modernized and renovated building.
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