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Spotlight on reeve candidates in election forum

Spotlight on reeve candidates in election forum

Twelve County of St. Paul council candidates faced the crowd at the St. Paul Recreation Centre during the Oct.
Restaurant owners protest public funding for golf clubhouse

Restaurant owners protest public funding for golf clubhouse

Restaurant owners in St. Paul are banding together over concerns about public funding provided to St. Paul’s Golf Course’s clubhouse, which operates the Tin Cup Restaurant and Patio that will be open year-round.
Forum gives town council candidates chance to face public

Forum gives town council candidates chance to face public

Town of St. Paul residents had a chance to put their prospective councillors to the test at an Oct.
RCMP warn public about high-risk child sex offender

RCMP warn public about high-risk child sex offender

The RCMP has issued a warning about the release of a federal inmate with a history of sexual assault who “represents a significant risk to sexually offend against female children and poses a considerable threat to the community,” according to a press
RCMP warn public about high-risk child sex offender

RCMP warn public about high-risk child sex offender

The RCMP has issued a warning about the release of a federal inmate with a history of sexual assault who “represents a significant risk to sexually offend against female children and poses a considerable threat to the community,” according to a press

Missed meetings a bone of contention

Campaigning and talking to town residents brought home the need for a clearer policy on council remuneration in regards to attendance, Coun. Trevor Kotowich told town council at its Sept. 27 meeting. The Town of St.
Kids learn ropes of safety on farm

Kids learn ropes of safety on farm

With flames blazing on their backs, kids roll around the floor, trying to put out the conflagration. Fortunately, they’re only fake flames attached to yellow vests, teaching kids the stop, drop and roll technique of putting out real fires.

Election nomination upheld by Edmonton courts

Vi Wozniak, election candidate for division three, has been reinstated as a candidate for the upcoming elections after appealing a decision made by the local returning officer to drop her from the official nomination list.

Missed meetings a bone of contention

Campaigning and talking to town residents brought home the need for a clearer policy on council remuneration in regards to attendance, Coun. Trevor Kotowich told town council at its Sept. 27 meeting. The Town of St.
Cultural camp brings generations together

Cultural camp brings generations together

Students and community members of all ages gathered at Whispering Wilderness Healing retreat in Saddle Lake to learn a different lesson about traditional values and kinship.