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Defending NHL player's hometown efforts

Enough is Enough. (article in response to Terry Colosimo’s column on November 15th re: Rene Bourque) Should I or shouldn’t I?? Terry, get it right.

Basement boarder idea sounds good to us

Politics is mainly about business, and maybe a little bit about having fun - some of the time. Recently Cold Lake Mayor Craig Copeland and MLA for Bonnyville-Cold Lake Genia Leskiw have been having just that.

What we have here

We say it every year. We say it throughout the year. Shop Local. It’s what keeps our community growing.

Honouring veterans goes beyond lip service

This week’s St. Paul Journal includes a salute to Canada’s veterans, in advance of Remembrance Day on Nov. 11. This year’s Remembrance Day section also highlights the service of a soldier in the Korean War, sometimes called Canada’s Forgotten War.

Paying tribute

Remembrance Day is a time to put aside political stripes and to honour and pay respect to those who not only fought for our country, but for anyone around the world who made sacrifices to contribute the freedoms we enjoy today.

Safety a question on trail and highway intersection

There is a famous saying that when God wants our attention, He throws a pebble. If we don’t notice, He throws a rock. If we still don’t notice, then we just might get hit with the brick.
Pontiacs have a new fan

Pontiacs have a new fan

As I approach my third month here in Bonnyville, I think enough time has passed to officially consider myself a bona fide Pontiacs fan.

A time to remember

Growing up, I remember the ceremonies surrounding Nov. 11, Remembrance Day, more so for our little community because we had a Royal Canadian Legion branch in our town.

Cemetery fence provides peaceful resting place

This past month I visited my brother's grave in the catholic cemetery in Bonnyville. As I walked through, I noticed the beautiful fence that was behind my brother's grave. The sun was shining that day. The cemetery was now a peaceful resting place.

Honouring veterans goes beyond lip service

This week’s St. Paul Journal includes a salute to Canada’s veterans, in advance of Remembrance Day on Nov. 11. This year’s Remembrance Day section also highlights the service of a soldier in the Korean War, sometimes called Canada’s Forgotten War.