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Rogue golf balls continue to be a concern for residents

Rogue golf balls continue to be a concern for residents

Rogue golf balls near Hole 9 of the St. Paul Golf Course continue to be a concern for residents who live nearby.
Council seeks information on restoring lake names

Council seeks information on restoring lake names

Work on hot tub at Aquatic Centre exceeds initial budget

Work on hot tub at Aquatic Centre exceeds initial budget

Town of St. Paul council has approved $30,000 in additional funds as work continues on hot tub repairs at the St. Paul Aquatic Centre.
Dog park location chosen

Dog park location chosen

An area north of the Iron Horse Campground received the most votes as a preferred location for a dog park.
Life in prison for man found guilty of first degree murder of Lindsay Jackson

Life in prison for man found guilty of first degree murder of Lindsay Jackson

Mobile health van offers up vaccine

Mobile health van offers up vaccine

St. Paul, with 51 per cent of the population over age 12 with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, lags behind the provincial average of 75.6 per cent
Clayton Bellamy launches art foundation

Clayton Bellamy launches art foundation

The Clayton Bellamy Foundation aims to expand arts programming for youth in the Lakeland area
Germain set to return as head coach of the St. Paul Canadiens

Germain set to return as head coach of the St. Paul Canadiens

Renewed activity at BGC Saddle Lake

Renewed activity at BGC Saddle Lake

A two-day multi-sport camp gave youth the chance to get active and focus on team building, leadership skills.
Day camps focus on art, music, dance, and more

Day camps focus on art, music, dance, and more

Over 20 youth are taking part in day camps offered by ACFA Régionale de Saint-Paul.