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Hockey camp focuses on essential on-ice skills, off-ice strength and conditioning

Hockey camp focuses on essential on-ice skills, off-ice strength and conditioning

From Aug. 28 to Sept. 1, several young hockey players from the region attended Ski's Hockey Skills camp at the Bold Center to improve their game.
Local kids head back to school after summer vacation

Local kids head back to school after summer vacation

Students at County schools going into the 2023-2024 school year include newcomers to the community as well as temporary evacuees from the Northwest Territories
Death Café an opportunity to engage in candid discussions about death and dying

Death Café an opportunity to engage in candid discussions about death and dying

Lac La Biche County Libraries to host two-hour discussion group on the last Monday of each month starting in September.
Public reminded to slow down in school zones

Public reminded to slow down in school zones

Failure to obey posted speed limits in school zones or passing school buses can result in steep fines, loss of demerit points.
Wellness Wednesdays to focus on mental and physical well being of local seniors

Wellness Wednesdays to focus on mental and physical well being of local seniors

The program, which is slated to begin this fall, is an initiative of the Lac La Biche Heritage Society and promotes healthy and active living and interaction between seniors and schoolkids.
Hylo Harvest Days draws large turnout, features long list of fun

Hylo Harvest Days draws large turnout, features long list of fun

Hylo Harvest Days, which took place on Aug. 25 and 26, featured a pancake breakfast, parade, live music, and pig catching competition.
RCMP say Wood Buffalo man has contacted family

RCMP say Wood Buffalo man has contacted family

Trevor Tremblay, a 43 year old resident of Fort McMurray, last seen in the Gregoire area Aug. 29
Summer student program puts emphasis on employment skills, indigenous knowledge

Summer student program puts emphasis on employment skills, indigenous knowledge

The Summer Student Program, taught at the Metis Nation of Alberta office in Lac La Biche, prepares young adults for future employment while focusing on Indigenous culture.
Increased fuel prices prompt Lac La Biche County to consider closer gravel sources

Increased fuel prices prompt Lac La Biche County to consider closer gravel sources

Fuel prices spurred by carbon tax prompts discussion about acquiring gravel from local companies instead of Logan River.
VIDEO: Casati closes out Music in the Forest series with rousing performance

VIDEO: Casati closes out Music in the Forest series with rousing performance

Winnipeg based folk trio brings their style of indie folk music to the amphitheatre of Sir Winston Churchill Park on Saturday.