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Hospital food under government review

Seniors in the area are “cautiously optimistic” about a study launched by Alberta Health Services into the provincial 21-day menu plan offered at government-run hospitals and auxiliary long term care facilities, according to Edith Read, president for
Society unveils Beacon Corner Monument

Society unveils Beacon Corner Monument

The imposing and grand school bell stands on the field of Beacon Corner, marking the spot out to the world. A crowd of about 100 people gather here, as they come to remember Beacon School, its students and the settlers behind the history of the area.

Ultrasound services now available

St. Paul will offer ultrasound services in its St. Therese Health Centre now that Alberta Health Services’ year-long search for a technologist has come to an end.

Hospital food under government review

Seniors in the area are “cautiously optimistic” about a study launched by Alberta Health Services into the provincial 21-day menu plan offered at government-run hospitals and auxiliary long term care facilities, according to Edith Read, president for

Long gun registry lives to see another day

A vote that narrowly saved the long-gun registry will not stop the Conservatives from fighting to get rid of the registry long despised by his constituents, says the MP for Westlock-St. Paul.

Ultrasound services now available

St. Paul will offer ultrasound services in its St. Therese Health Centre now that Alberta Health Services’ year-long search for a technologist has come to an end.

Couple facing drug-related charges plead not guilty

Two people accused of drug-related charges have pled not guilty, and will be facing trial on May 16, 2011. Omer Rodger Gamache and his wife, Margie Ann Gamache, appeared in St.
Local travels abroad, pinning hopes on MS treatment

Local travels abroad, pinning hopes on MS treatment

Last Thursday, the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada set aside $1 million in funding for a clinical trial of a possible new MS treatment, which involves unblocking of neck veins with a procedure that’s been called a liberation treatment.

Closure of Edmonton airport may hurt rural Albertans

The closure of the Edmonton Municipal Airport will have a serious impact on medical services in rural communities, according to Wendle Umble from Alberta Central Airways, located in Lac La Biche.

Couple facing drug-related charges plead not guilty

Two people accused of drug-related charges have pled not guilty, and will be facing trial on May 16, 2011. Omer Rodger Gamache and his wife, Margie Ann Gamache, appeared in St.