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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.

Remember every day

There aren ’t many people reading this who can even imagine the terror, the absolute fear taking over your body as someone tries to kill you.

Land use plan needs work

Last Thursday, Sustainable Resource Development and Parks officials got an earful from local trappers, and rightly so.

Beers for the loser

The story was basically writing itself. Pontiacs give poor performance Friday, suffer loss, and say they will come out stronger next game.

Hunger a problem with solutions

No one should have to go hungry. That was one thing community members meeting to discuss how to improve St. Paul’s food bank could all agree upon.

Ten lesssons gleaned from motherhood

Every day brings on a new challenge for me as a parent and a realization that, unlike what I thought as a child, my parents weren’t just willfully ignorant and clueless but that parenthood is one never-ending learning curve.

Hunger a problem with solutions

No one should have to go hungry. That was one thing community members meeting to discuss how to improve St. Paul’s food bank could all agree upon.

Ten lesssons gleaned from motherhood

Every day brings on a new challenge for me as a parent and a realization that, unlike what I thought as a child, my parents weren’t just willfully ignorant and clueless but that parenthood is one never-ending learning curve.

Sitting in the new, hot seats

Perhaps with Halloween on the calendar just a few weeks after they were elected, councillors wanted no references to the ghosts of councils past.

School bus fly-bys must stop

Last week's Nouvelle featured an article in light of school bus safety week that highlights the high amount of school bus fly-bys, where vehicles fail to stop for a school bus' flashing red lights and stop arm that is extended when a child exits the