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Boyle RCMP find stolen goods durng arrest at village home

Boyle RCMP find stolen goods durng arrest at village home

Tools from school classes and items from seniors' home recovered during search warrant in Boyle.
Front line peace officers kept busy in Lac La Biche region

Front line peace officers kept busy in Lac La Biche region

Lac La Biche peace officers reminding youth to stay safe ... and go home

Lac La Biche peace officers reminding youth to stay safe ... and go home

Lac La Biche's municpal peace officers have been combining the communities own bylaws with COVID common sense.
Provincial virus map still shows Lac La Biche with no confirmed cases

Provincial virus map still shows Lac La Biche with no confirmed cases

Link to province's Coronavirus map; Bonnyville and Cold Lake have 4 confirmed
Lac La Biche County mayor updates on council changes, utility payments and business strategies

Lac La Biche County mayor updates on council changes, utility payments and business strategies

Mayor stresses need to work together and help each other during COVID crisis.
Lac La Biche Regional Humane Society closed to the public

Lac La Biche Regional Humane Society closed to the public

Can pets get COVID-19?
Chillzone Archery Night

Chillzone Archery Night

Hard work, and passion is what it takes to win the Sports Ambassador Award

Hard work, and passion is what it takes to win the Sports Ambassador Award

Home learning plans in place for northeast Alberta school region

Home learning plans in place for northeast Alberta school region

With more than 4,000 students across the Lac La Biche region out of school due to classroom cancellations at public, Catholic and Francophone schools, education officials are offering new ideas to keep young minds active.
Local psychologist says help is available for COVID-related mental health

Local psychologist says help is available for COVID-related mental health

With all of the focus being on physical health during the past several weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s mental health that needs to be at the forefront of people’s minds, says a local psychologist.