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Lac La Biche Remembers

The Eternal Flame on the Lac La Biche Legion cenotaph burns bright as the Remembrance Day parade makes its way to St. Catherine's Church for a service following the annual Remembrance Day ceremony. Parade members included local veterans, who were joined by representatives from 4Wing Cold Lake, scout groups, cadets, police, ambulance and fire departments, as well as members from the Knights of Columbus, the Elks. Legion members and the ladies auxilliary.
WWII veteran shares story, reflects on war

WWII veteran shares story, reflects on war

Every year on Re­mem­brance Day, there are fewer and fewer World War II veterans alive to tell their story. The Post was fortunate to have 87-year-old Caslan resident Glen Meyer share his story with us.

Wandering River residents hunt for a solution

With the hunting season in the Lac La Biche area in full swing, Fish and Wildlife officers and a few Wandering River residents are seeing more and more hunters breaking provincial hunting regulations.

Country stars come to Lac La Biche

You don't have to be a fan of country music to enjoy the Canadian Country Christmas Concert on Dec. 3.
Vikings take Voyageurs 1-0

Vikings take Voyageurs 1-0

It was a close game for Portage College’s Voyageurs, who fought for a win last Friday night but lost 1-0 to the Augustana Vikings in Lac La Biche.
Canadian Natural donates $100,000 to Bold Center

Canadian Natural donates $100,000 to Bold Center

When Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL) Stakeholder Relations Advisor Barbara Camponi first discussed with Bold Center Fundraising Coordinator Jane Palmer about donating to the multiplex, the running track caught their eye.

New councilors say drug house is old issue

With the new Lac La Biche County Council getting settled in to their new position, the purchase of an alleged drug house by the previous council still remains an important issue for many in the community.
School division board remains intact

School division board remains intact

The residents of Lac La Biche County and surrounding areas voted to keep the Northern Lights School Division No. 69 Board of Trustees intact after last Monday’s election, with area incumbents taking their seats for another three-year term.
Collective success

Collective success

Over 200 Lac La Biche residents, chamber members and business owners packed the Agricom on Saturday night to recognize the successes of businesses small and large in the community, bringing Small Business Week to a close with a bang.
Local teams kick butt

Local teams kick butt

The Ronnie Richard Memorial Tournament hosted by JAWS at schools and held all over Lac La Biche this past weekend showcased talent from 16 girls and 14 boys’ high school volleyball teams.