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Lac La Biche News

A banner celebration

A banner celebration

Grad class banner project is a sign of the times.
NLPS developing re-entry plans for the fall

NLPS developing re-entry plans for the fall

Back for a local meal

Back for a local meal

This Northern Flicker woodpecker — a yellow-shafted one — aims its beak towards an approaching fly, taking a break from digging in grass of a Young's Beach front yard for its standard food source, ants.
Road closures ... and openings ... happen fast as flood cautions continue

Road closures ... and openings ... happen fast as flood cautions continue

Municipal map and provincial alerts can help motorists thorugh flood-effected Lac La Biche region.
They're here

They're here

Lac La Biche County declares state of Agricultural Disaster as flood effects continue

Lac La Biche County declares state of Agricultural Disaster as flood effects continue

State of Local Emergency for Lac La Biche County lifted on June 11 — State of Agricultural Disaster declared on June 12.
Bold Center and pool will open soon ... but not today.

Bold Center and pool will open soon ... but not today.

Province's Friday Stage 2 re-launch includes recreation centres — but Lac La Biche's Bold Center and swimming pool expected to open a little later.
State of Emergency rescinded for Lac La Biche County

State of Emergency rescinded for Lac La Biche County

The State of Local Emergency throughout Lac La Biche County has ended. Municipal officials implemented the emergency measure last weekend in the facing pressures of overland flood waters coming on the heels of historic rainfall amounts.
Officials pleased with equipment and public repsonse to flooding crisis

Officials pleased with equipment and public repsonse to flooding crisis

Reduced capacity of an "over-designed" treatment plant doesn't affect performance, say county officials
Flooding threats continue — even when it's not raining

Flooding threats continue — even when it's not raining

Travel and water usage restictions remain in place becuse of "water that can still be coming"