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Local student wins anti-bullying logo contest

Local student wins anti-bullying logo contest

When Grade 11 Ecole Plamondon student Danika Sehn entered an anti-bullying poster con­test, which was put together by the Drayton Valley Family and Com­munity Support Ser­vices in co-operation with the Pembina Crisis Connection Society, she never dre
Benefit for Tianna raises $30,000

Benefit for Tianna raises $30,000

Lac La Biche area resident Colleen Skyrpan never imagined her 11-year-old daughter Tianna – who has donated her hair twice to Kids for Cancer – would end up with T-Cell Lym­phoma.
Country veteran Jamie Warren sings up a Christmas treat

Country veteran Jamie Warren sings up a Christmas treat

It sounds like Jamie Warren is looking forward to talking to Lac La Biche concert-goers just as much as he is looking forward to singing to them. "quote about people there..." The veteran Canadian country music star will be in Lac La Biche on Dec.
Troubled home has nice history

Troubled home has nice history

Weeds have taken over the front lawn, exposed electrical wires hang from the ceiling and slanted steps with brown paper bags left over from squatters is what the fiveplex on 103rd street now looks like.

Local volunteer recognized by community and the province

Having won the Coach of the Year, Athlete of the Year, Volunteer of the Year in Canada award, local volunteer and archery club promoter Rene Schaub was still shocked when he found out Lac La Biche County employees nominated him for a provincial award

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.