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Premier stamps approval on Plamondon paving

Premier stamps approval on Plamondon paving

Alberta premier and Transportation minister take part in road funding announcement
Kikino school benefits from Feel Good initiative

Kikino school benefits from Feel Good initiative

Even with schools closed, students in Kikino are continuing to show leadership lessons
Lac La Biche RCMP urge parents to monitor children's online presence

Lac La Biche RCMP urge parents to monitor children's online presence

Lac La Biche RCMP and police across the Lakeland region are urging parents to take an active role in their children's online habits after the mother of a 10-year-old girl reported an inappropriate conversation her daughter had been involved with.
Weed-eaters have an animal magnetism to their jobs

Weed-eaters have an animal magnetism to their jobs

Seibert Lake goat project continues to weed out the problem areas
Online crime page comments raise racial backlash in Lac La Biche region

Online crime page comments raise racial backlash in Lac La Biche region

Troubling online comments attributed to municipal employee
Plamondon wastewater gets pumped with $1.8M provincial grant

Plamondon wastewater gets pumped with $1.8M provincial grant

The provincial government has awarded more than $1.8 million for a project for wastewater lift stations linking the hamlets of Lac La Biche and Plamondon.
Survey on LLB downtown dig-up gets approved — again

Survey on LLB downtown dig-up gets approved — again

First survey question might be: "Is this survey too late?" say some councillors
Lac La Biche man killed; area man charged with murder

Lac La Biche man killed; area man charged with murder

Police issue second degree murder charge in death of 27 year old Lac La Biche man
Failure to launch near Plamondon

Failure to launch near Plamondon

Lake-lovers near Plamondon waiting for a boat launch in their area
UPDATE: Correction on Chamber bank balance as organization faces financial challenges

UPDATE: Correction on Chamber bank balance as organization faces financial challenges

Chamber of Commerce explores $40,000 gov't loan as bank balance drops to $13,000 with $5,000 monthly expenses. Next meeting is on National Coffee Day