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Water concerns heard

Water concerns heard

The effect of industry on underground aquifers remains a topic of concern for area residents.
Dr. Ken Makus speaks at MS information night

Dr. Ken Makus speaks at MS information night

Edmonton neurologist Dr. Ken Makus was in town for Bonnyville's MS Awareness Day, and addressed a group of about 30 people at an MS information session Sept. 30.

Town's money going to Edmonton candidates

Envision Edmonton's city centre airport campaign may have hit some turbulence, but a handful of municipalities want to help the project land safely.
More than just an animal lover

More than just an animal lover

Bonnyville might just have its very own animal whisperer. Not only is Gayle Bunney a breeder, the author of four books on animals, the starter of a free animal advice website, but she also has been rescuing animals for about 40 years.
Local children's CD nominated for CD of the year

Local children's CD nominated for CD of the year

The Johnson children have accomplished more than your average kids; they've toured around North America singing the gospel, recorded CDs, and now their most recent album, Big Day Radio Show, has been nominated for the Gospel Music Association's Best

Pastry perils

If someone told me the story of a person up until 12:30 in the morning waiting for their homemade pie crusts to finish baking because they had promised their co-workers they would have a pie to sample the following morning after having already disapp
Illustration seminar draws young artists

Illustration seminar draws young artists

Think you cannot draw, Lorna Bennett will prove that you can. Bennett, a renowned illustrator, was recently in Bonnyville providing an instructive and interactive illustration seminar for people of any age, interested in drawing.

Events Centre seeks MD funds

The City of Cold Lakes hopes the MD of Bonnyville can help with the construction of a new arena. Former city councillor Armand Gagnier asked MD council for a one-time contribution of around $3 million to the Community Events Centre on Sept. 22.

New Kehewin principal brings in new approach

Kehewin Community Education Centre's new principal, Alan Pogson, is encouraging students back to school and giving them reasons to come back, including awards incentives, rides home from after-school sports, revamping the school and a new approach.

Long gun registry lives to see another day

A vote that narrowly saved the long gun registry will not stop the Conservatives from fighting to get rid of the registry long despised by his constituents, says the MP for Westlock-St. Paul.
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