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Cold Lake Library event draws over 250 people for Christmas event

Cold Lake Library event draws over 250 people for Christmas event

The Cold Lake Public Library held their annual family Christmas celebration on Dec 9.
City of Cold Lake council approves $10,000 for chuckwagons

City of Cold Lake council approves $10,000 for chuckwagons

The Cold Lake Ag Society will not be receiving the full $25,000 it requested from the City of Cold Lake to support hosting the Canadian Professional Chuckwagon Association (CPCA) races in June, but organizers will get $10,000 from the municipality to support the three-day event. 
Ruffles the Turkey races through the holiday season

Ruffles the Turkey races through the holiday season

COLD LAKE - In the heartwarming spirit of the holiday season, the community of Cold Lake once again came together to support a noble cause through the fourth edition of the Great Cold Lake Turkey Race.
Medical clinic expands physician count in Cold Lake

Medical clinic expands physician count in Cold Lake

The City of Cold Lake is addressing a shortage of medical professionals by expanding its physician count. Under the oversight of the City of Cold Lake’s municipally controlled corporation, the CL Medical Clinic has increased the number of practicing physicians in the community. 
Cold Lake police look for missing 20-year-old man

Cold Lake police look for missing 20-year-old man

Cold Lake RCMP are hoping the public can help locate a 20-year-old man that has not been seen since Dec. 6.
Cold Lake holiday decorating resident lights up his home for one last season

Cold Lake holiday decorating resident lights up his home for one last season

Marty Belisle has been creating huge, colourful outdoor Christmas and Halloween displays at his family's house in Cold Lake for 33 years. It has been a fun hobby that he could dabble with all year long.
Over $3,000 raised locally for Days for Girls

Over $3,000 raised locally for Days for Girls

On Nov. 30, a group of women at the Bonnyville Baptist church got together to raise money for Days for Girls, a non-profit organization that helps women and girls around the world access feminine hygiene products.
250 wreaths handed out to military, veterans and defense team families

250 wreaths handed out to military, veterans and defense team families

On Dec. 6, the 4 Wing Military Family Resource Centre Society handed out over 250 handmade Christmas wreaths to military members, veterans, and defense team families who were staying in Cold Lake over the Christmas holidays.
Lakeland Centre for FASD open house empowers and supports

Lakeland Centre for FASD open house empowers and supports

The Cold Lake Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) open house drew attention as it provided a platform for education, awareness, and support for individuals and families navigating the challenges of this complex condition. 
Music project builds self-esteem for northeast Alberta Indigenous youth

Music project builds self-esteem for northeast Alberta Indigenous youth

Indigenous youth from the Lakeland region release a five-track EP followed by performance at the National Music Centre in Calgary.
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