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Two rollovers and a damaged fire truck on icy Hwy. 881

Two rollovers and a damaged fire truck on icy Hwy. 881

Icy road conditions on Highway 881 last Tuesday kept firefighters busy as they dealt with two rollovers – and a vehicle that slid into a fire truck arriving at one of the crash scenes. Around 7:30 a.m.
Local war veteran shares first-hand experiences

Local war veteran shares first-hand experiences

This Friday’s Remembrance Day will be the eleventh day of the eleventh month of the eleventh year of this century — 11-11-11. The date will mark the end of World War I, when an armistice was signed between the Allies and Germany in 1918.

Cutting and pasting a new club into the library's schedule

Decorative cutting, trimming, cornering, pasting and lettering were among some of the things people found at the first meeting of the new scrapbooking club beginning Nov. 5 at the Stuart McPherson Library at the Bold Center.

POST staff take it on the chin for Movember

Josh Marcellin and Rob McKinley at the Lac La Biche Post went bare-skinned to start the month of November to raise money for a global campaign for men's health.

VIDEO: Can you find the real Mr. Norton?

Central Elementary School Principal Blair Norton stands among artistic renderings of him made by art class students.

VIDEO: Pond Crash

Highway 881 has been a trouble spot for drivers. High speeds and distracted drivers have caused many crashes, including this one from earlier in the summer.

VIDEO: Reporters have fun half hour for video training ... then it's BACK TO WORK!

The Post reporters took a bit of time to get used to their new video equipment on Wednesday. A little imagination, a swing-set, an office filing cabinet and a pile of leaves ... that's all it takes for a good time at the paper.
Young local cowboy represents at international rodeo in New Mexico

Young local cowboy represents at international rodeo in New Mexico

From looking at him, you wouldn’t know 14-year-old Alex Delorme is a world-class cowboy. The polite, soft-spoken JAWS student’s rodeo career has grown by leaps and bounds since he first climbed on a steer last year.
Fire departments looking to recruit new members

Fire departments looking to recruit new members

Due to a drop in the number of firefighters at halls across the county, fire officials are hoping to recruit new members by asking a simple question: what if you called and nobody came? The reasons for volunteers leaving are varied: some go back to s

Councillors worried about planned peat moss project

Councillors are concerned about the environmental effects of a peat moss-harvesting project proposed north of Plamondon. Sun Gro Horticulture Canada Ltd.