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COP CORNER: Seatbelts save lives, bottom line

COP CORNER: Seatbelts save lives, bottom line

Written submission from the Bonnyville RCMP S/Sgt. Sarah Parke Wearing one’s seatbelt is required by law, but what’s more important is it could save your life. It’s one of the most common sense things any vehicle occupant can do.
Baby, it's a controversy

Baby, it's a controversy

In response to the negative reaction last year to Baby, it’s Cold Outside, singer John Legend released an updated version for the upcoming holiday season.
Think of the children

Think of the children

The province’s decision not to continue funding Parent Link programs impact more than just the kids. There’s a ripple affect.
She called it self-partnered

She called it self-partnered

In a recent interview with British Vogue, actress Emma Watson discussed the societal pressure about a woman being single in her late 20s.
Christmas can wait

Christmas can wait

Now that Halloween is over, the cobwebs have been swept, the decorations cleared from lawns, everyone is readily anticipating the next upcoming holiday: Christmas.
Computers calling balls and strikes

Computers calling balls and strikes

For fans, players, and coaches alike, one of the biggest gripes in baseball is a bad umpire. Like most sports, an official can make or break a game for a team. When they call a ball that should have been a strike, it could mean the winning hit.
County Council press release on firing of CAO

County Council press release on firing of CAO

Lac La Biche County officials released their press release Tuesday night at approximately 10:40 pm. • STORY: Not a unanimous decision
LETTER: Resident not pleased with Fire Hall purchase

LETTER: Resident not pleased with Fire Hall purchase

WASTING TAX PAYER DOLLARS I was shocked to find out that the County bought the abandoned newly renvoted Ford dealership.
Don’t ridicule, just be happy they voted at all

Don’t ridicule, just be happy they voted at all

-EDITORIAL Now that the federal election is over, and the signs have been yanked out of the ground and stored, we can set our differences aside and move on, right? One would hope that we could all be grown ups and respect someone’s right to vote for
Meanwhile in the provincial budget

Meanwhile in the provincial budget

Dear Editor, The UCP is hoping you’ll still be so angry at Notley and Trudeau that you ignore the shell game they’re playing with the recent provincial budget. Kenney claims that the cuts are necessary to address the province’s deficit.