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Heritage partners renewing ties

The first meeting of the Lakeland Heritage Partners in almost two years was held at Fort George and Buckingham House interpretive centre last week, in hopes of revitalizing the group and getting back to work on making its goals a reality.

Heritage partners renewing ties

The first meeting of the Lakeland Heritage Partners in almost two years was held at Fort George and Buckingham House interpretive centre last week, in hopes of revitalizing the group and getting back to work on making its goals a reality.
Victim Services society in the works

Victim Services society in the works

Elk Point is well on its way to having its own Victim Services society, after 15 years under the St. Paul and District Victim Services umbrella. St.
Victim Services society in the works

Victim Services society in the works

Elk Point is well on its way to having its own Victim Services society, after 15 years under the St. Paul and District Victim Services umbrella. St.

Tung returned to mayor's chair

Incumbent Parrish Tung defeated former town councillor Dick Millar by more than 100 votes in yesterday’s civic election to earn his third term as Elk Point mayor. “I thank all the townspeople for their votes.

Tung returned to mayor's chair

Incumbent Parrish Tung defeated former town councillor Dick Millar by more than 100 votes in yesterday’s civic election to earn his third term as Elk Point mayor. “I thank all the townspeople for their votes.

F.G. Miller students collect honours

F. G. Miller High School student Kelsey Lindquist received more than her share of honours at the school’s annual Awards Night on Thursday – she picked up an armful for her brother Brett as well.
Elk Point recieves Chamber of the Year award

Elk Point recieves Chamber of the Year award

Representatives of chambers of commerce from St. Paul, Elk Point, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Lloydminster and Boyle came together Tuesday, Oct. 5 in St. Paul for a round table meeting sponsored by the Alberta Chambers of Commerce (ACC).

F.G. Miller students collect honours

F. G. Miller High School student Kelsey Lindquist received more than her share of honours at the school’s annual Awards Night on Thursday – she picked up an armful for her brother Brett as well.
Elk Point recieves Chamber of the Year award

Elk Point recieves Chamber of the Year award

Representatives of chambers of commerce from St. Paul, Elk Point, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Lloydminster and Boyle came together Tuesday, Oct. 5 in St. Paul for a round table meeting sponsored by the Alberta Chambers of Commerce (ACC).