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New Protective Services Building unveiled to the public

New Protective Services Building unveiled to the public

A splash of rough weather

A splash of rough weather

Resin painting workshop in Lac La Biche, part of Awards events

Resin painting workshop in Lac La Biche, part of Awards events

Local artist explains the reason for resin at Art Awards week of events
Minister says YAC clients will continue to find help despite three-year site closure

Minister says YAC clients will continue to find help despite three-year site closure

Three -year construction closure at Lac La Biche youth assessment facility
JAWS sports teams hope to grow from crop of COVID 'comeback' athletes

JAWS sports teams hope to grow from crop of COVID 'comeback' athletes

Oilers Cheers and Trudeau jeers in the Hylo fields

Oilers Cheers and Trudeau jeers in the Hylo fields

For some, you don't get more northern Albertan than this ...
Wilderness Trail

Wilderness Trail

Community Garden in Lac La Biche continues to grow in popularity

Community Garden in Lac La Biche continues to grow in popularity

Less than a month away from the official start of Summer, residents in Lac La Biche County have already begun taking advantage of the short gardening season. Many, thanks to a municipal gardening program that has been growing in popularity since 2010.
Bike Rodeo gets youngsters comfy in the seat

Bike Rodeo gets youngsters comfy in the seat

Fun rolls along for young riders
JAWS drama student's participate in renowned provincial high school drama festival

JAWS drama student's participate in renowned provincial high school drama festival

In an effort to showcase high school drama talent and learn from industry professionals, J.A. Williams High School (JAWS) students joined students from 17 other Alberta schools in Red Deer earlier this month to participate in a provincial drama festival dedicated to the arts.