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Bold Center high school gets green light

Bold Center high school gets green light

Last week’s announcement by the government saw the approval of the Bold Center high school project, one that was a long-time coming for some.
"Bold New School" announced by Premier

"Bold New School" announced by Premier

New high school announced for Lac La Biche

New high school announced for Lac La Biche

The day J.A.
New high school announced for Lac La Biche

New high school announced for Lac La Biche

The day J.A.
LLB RCMP officer caught in Slave Lake blaze

LLB RCMP officer caught in Slave Lake blaze

“I didn’t think we were going to get out alive,” said Lac La Biche RCMP Constable Chris Clark who was doing traffic control in Slave Lake on Sunday two weeks ago when the flames began to spread.
Chamber doesn't want to wait for mayor to say it's OK to fight for range dollars

Chamber doesn't want to wait for mayor to say it's OK to fight for range dollars

In a Lac La Biche and District Chamber of Commerce roundtable meeting last Thursday, county councillor John Nowak told members of the chamber to go against the mayor’s wishes and begin vocalizing their opinion on the potential loss of $17 million dol
UPDATE: Slave Lake fire sends smoke over Lac La Biche

UPDATE: Slave Lake fire sends smoke over Lac La Biche

UPDATE The smoke in the air is from the Slave Lake and Janvier Fires. Forestry officials say the wind shifted from the southeast to the northwest overnight. No major fires are burning within the Lac La Biche area.
CN invests $10 million in LLB-Ft.Mac line

CN invests $10 million in LLB-Ft.Mac line

In an effort to improve transport time and to be more efficient, Canadian National Railway an­nounced last Tuesday that they will invest $10 million in improvements to the Lac La Biche line extending to Fort McMurray.
Take a stroll for art

Take a stroll for art

Lac La Biche artists are gearing up for the first ever art walk on June 11, offering residents and visitors the chance to go on a walking tour of local art displays inside different businesses to admire local art.
Dry Earth Wind & Fire

Dry Earth Wind & Fire

Fires at all corners of the region have had fire departments and forestry crews busy over the windy weekend.
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