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Adventure challenge back on track

Friends of Fort George and Buckingham House provincial historic site, volunteers from the Riverland Recreational Trail Society and other community volunteers agreed last Tuesday that the show – in this case, the Fourth Annual Riverland Adventure Chal

Health Advisory Council hears communities' concerns

Alberta Health Services' infamous provincial menu and the shortage of doctors and other medical staff were top priorities when Lakeland Communities Health Advisory Council members from Fishing Lake, Grassland, St.

Council explores water options

Elk Point town council discussed three potential options to achieve the town's goal of a 24/7 water supply at last Monday's meeting.

Former Jr. B Canadien, Elk Point Sr. Elks player to be honoured at memorial tourney

Jim Vinge was a strong supporter of Elk Point Minor Hockey and the A. G. Ross Arena.

Chamber looks back at an 'excellent year'

Elk Point and District Chamber of Commerce looked back on “an excellent year” at their 2011 annual general meeting, with president Sandy Smith topping a lengthy list of accomplishments with the win of the Alberta Chamber of the Year award for the und

Council sets top trail priorities

Elk Point town council set the top priorities for this year’s trail development at last week’s meeting, agreeing to ask for engineering design and cost estimates on two projects, paving a trail along 50 Ave from 54 Street to the town limits Range Roa
Mystery just a first for Elk Point author

Mystery just a first for Elk Point author

I It’s taken close to 10 years for sentences scribbled in a notebook between handing out maps a campground guides at the Elk Point tourist information centre to become the best-selling teen novel in town, but author Jennifer Van der Hoek says that th

Trail priorities set

Elk Point town council had plenty of input Thursday night as they determined the priorities for their walking trail enhancement project.

Chamber checks out new home

Elk Point chamber of commerce held their first-ever meeting in the Visitor Information EcoCente last week, where economic development coordinator Bob Bezpalko showed off the ‘virtual classroom’ made possible with the wide-screen television donated by
Community choir delivers gift of music

Community choir delivers gift of music

Elk Point and District Community Choir’s annual gift of Christmas music was delivered by a crew of 53 singers, two directors, four pianists and one page turner on Friday night, with an excellent crowd on hand at the all-dressed-up-for-the-season Elk