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Coach Hawn concerned about CF-18 fatigue

Coach Hawn concerned about CF-18 fatigue

A Liberal motion going to a vote in Parliament this week calls for the government to cancel the contract with Lockheed-Martin for the 65 jets, and to open competition for the contract.
Calves weighed at district 4-H weigh-in

Calves weighed at district 4-H weigh-in

The 4-H district calf weigh-in was held at the Western Pride Auction Market Sunday. 4-H Beef clubs from Bonnyville and Ardmore, as well as the Beaver Club, took part in the weigh-in.
CF-18 Hornet goes down near Cold Lake

CF-18 Hornet goes down near Cold Lake

At approximately 11:45 p.m. on Wednesday a CF-18 Hornet fighter jet crashed in a field around 13 km northwest of 4 Wing at CFB Cold Lake. The pilot from 409 Tactical Squadron successfully ejected from the aircraft.

Human remains believed to be Ella's

Bonnyville RCMP found human remains in Kehewin Nov. 15 that they believe to be those of Mary (Ella) Corbiere, the 76-year-old missing homeless woman, and have charged an Elk Point man with second degree murder, according to RCMP.
Dream Wheels makes donations

Dream Wheels makes donations

Four local charities each received $8,000 from the Dream Wheels Weekend that raised $32,000 the last weekend in August through an exotic car ride auction, admissions, and driver fees.

MD works to trim $66.7M draft budget

The MD of Bonnyville's new council got to work last week with budget talks during a council committee meeting, with the biggest portion of the $66.7 million budget for the year going to roads and road maintenance.
More seniors' housing needed

More seniors' housing needed

Two ministers toured Bonnyville's seniors' facilities last week in response to local requests for more housing.

Our water might be for sale

For years now, many would consider the water situation in southern Alberta to be at a crisis point; water is scarce.
Team Wheeler devastates Team Storseth

Team Wheeler devastates Team Storseth

A team of military personnel, flanked by four Oilers alumni, took on a team of eight MPs and five Flames alumni at the second annual Afterburner Cup at J.J. Parr on Saturday. “Our strategy is to win,” said Wing Commander Colonel David Wheeler.

Pilot project files application

Resource Innovations Inc. North America (RII) applied to the ERCB for approval of an experimental Solvent Thermal Resource Innovations Process (STRIP) oil recovery project in October.
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