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New Reeve for the county in 2010

New Reeve for the county in 2010

The top story of the year in the County of St. Paul was political, said Reeve for the County of St. Paul Steve Upham.
New growth fuels 2010 and offers promising 2011 - mayor

New growth fuels 2010 and offers promising 2011 - mayor

It all seems like a blur to him now, but Mayor Glenn Andersen reflects that 2010 saw new growth for the Town of St.
Dead rat found near Glendon was pet food

Dead rat found near Glendon was pet food

A dead rat found north of Glendon came from a resident who feeds rats to their pet snake, according to Matt Janz, the MD of Bonnyville’s director of Agricultural Services.
New crop of pictures makes MLA calendar a treasure

New crop of pictures makes MLA calendar a treasure

MLA Ray Danyluk unveiled the 2011 MLA’s calendar, which features a selection of pictures chosen from submissions by area residents, at an open house in his constituency office in St. Paul on Dec. 21.
New Year's Eve celebrations rock end of 2010

New Year's Eve celebrations rock end of 2010

New Year’s Eve is going to be a celebration to remember in St. Paul, Elk Point and St. Lina this year as each of these communities will be holding events to bring in 2011 with a bang.

Blue Quills art exhibit tours the province

The talent of students and faculty in the Indigenous Artists Program at Blue Quills First Nations College will be available for the entire province to view in a travelling exhibition sponsored by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA) Travelling E

Knights and Elves whip up Christmas magic

The Knights of Columbus, together with the St. Paul Regional Santa’s Elves, were working hard last week to prepare 211 Christmas hampers for families who needed some help in putting food on the table and gifts under the tree this year.
Mannawanis Native Friendship Centre celebrates Christmas

Mannawanis Native Friendship Centre celebrates Christmas

Over 225 guests showed up at the Mannawanis Native Friendship Centre last Friday evening for the centre’s annual Christmas free supper event.
Dance club cuts ribbon to open new studio space

Dance club cuts ribbon to open new studio space

The St. Paul and District Ukrainian Dance Club officially has a place to call home, after the club cut the ribbon to open its new dance studio last Friday evening.
First storm of season packs punch

First storm of season packs punch

The first winter storm of the season walloped the area last Tuesday evening and throughout the day on Wednesday, with reports of snowfall ranging from 10 to 30 centimetres of snow in this northeastern part of the province.