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Driver breaks both legs in car crash

Driver breaks both legs in car crash

The driver of a Dodge pick-up truck was wedged beneath his truck’s dashboard after a crash on the old Conklin road late last Tuesday afternoon between his truck and a logging truck.
Local students help deter drunk drivers

Local students help deter drunk drivers

Don’t drink and drive because the police will catch you,” reads one brown paper bag. Another reads “Do not drink and drive. I don’t want to see you in the ambulance on the way to the hospital.

New year, new date

With a new calendar year comes a new date and for some customers, that means forgetting to change the date on their cheques when heading to one of the local banks.

Council discusses financial statements - again

Lac La Biche County council received their monthly financial statements at the last council meeting, but once again council didn’t like the format of the financials, although what really bothered some councillors was that the financial statements did
Suspects named in connection with robberies

Suspects named in connection with robberies

Rob McKinley Post Staff Lac La Biche Mounties are releasing the names of three men wanted in connection with a local armed robbery on Nov. 30.

Bold Center opens to public for sneak peak this Thursday

Love it or hate it, the Bold Center is nearly complete, and Lac La Biche County is offering the public a glimpse inside the giant brown box on the edge of town on Dec. 23.
Pint-sized hero awarded for bravery

Pint-sized hero awarded for bravery

Elijah Skoglund, 8, has received an award for heroism from the Lac La Biche County fire department after saving his two-year-old brother from a near-drowning last July.
Suspects sought in ATB robbery

Suspects sought in ATB robbery

Customers and staff at the Lac La Biche ATB were traumatized during a brazen midday armed bank robbery last Tuesday that has police still searching for the suspects.

County council keeps an eye on finances

In an effort to keep track of where ratepayers dollars are being spent, Lac La Biche County council is now receiving monthly financial reports from administration. But they still aren’t sure what to do with them.