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Everyone resolve simply to enjoy life

“And so this is Christmas and what have you done. Another year over and a new one just begun,” are the words of John Lennon in one of my favorite Christmas songs, called Happy Christmas.

Sports, no meaning neccesary

I know this is supposed to be an opinion piece, but as a good journalist, questions come first and opinions come second, and this one question has been burning in my mind since I was a wee lad.
Heads will roll? Cutting off your head to spite your electorate

Heads will roll? Cutting off your head to spite your electorate

At some point, saying “Shut Up” is the only way to get the message across. That would be politically incorrect, in so many areas, but in this case, a political case, it just has to be said.

Spirit of giving alive and well

The local food bank’s shelves are stocked to the brim, the toys and Christmas hampers have been sent out, and once again, local residents have pulled through to make sure families in need are full in their bellies and hearts this season.

Repeal Land Stewardship Act?

The Land Stewardship Act passed in 2009 and since then, the lower Athabasca region has been the testing grounds for the Land Use Framework.

Assange and colleagues, the next generation of political protesters

I can’t help but feel a twinge of respect for Julian Assange, the Australian Internet activist who has attracted international attention for his website Wikileaks.

Basketball season underway

In my time as the sports reporter with the Nouvelle I've been privileged to be able to cover many of my favourite sports. I have also been lucky enough to cover several sports I was not so familiar with before arriving in Bonnyville.

Get involved

Recently, I was talking to a new resident who just moved to St. Paul. She was remarking how it can be pretty lonely in a new town when you don’t know anyone here. I find this is a common concern for new people in any small town.

Angels to the rescue

To the Editor: This season reminds us of miracles and compassion and St. Paul is home to people who acted in the spirit of the season. On Dec. 7, there was an accident on the corner of 50 Street and 50 Avenue in St. Paul.

Recycling plastic one part of stopping abuse of earth

To the Editor: This is in regards to the Town of St. Paul council’s decision to stop recycling plastic. First of all, I’m in doubt the plastics that were put inside the bins at the north end of St.