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Human remains found near Elk Point

A group of hunters stumbled on suspected human remains at a rural location, south of the Town of Elk Point on Nov. 12. At about 11 a.m.

Lottery fund ban in Catholic schools causes dilemma

The St. Paul Education Regional Division (SPERD) board discussed the impact of a decision by the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton to stop using funds from gambling at its Nov. 1 meeting. Effective Oct.
Women at shelter strive to make fresh start

Women at shelter strive to make fresh start

Julie hasn’t seen her daughter in two weeks, a situation that brings tears to her eyes. But, with the support she has from the staff at St.
Danyluk carries local messages back to government

Danyluk carries local messages back to government

Last week was constituency week in which provincial MLAs had given time to spend in their areas talking with the community. “I went to breakfast meetings, lunches, brunches and coffees in Lac La Biche, Vilna, St.

Dancers to dazzle on stage at Nutcracker

This Christmas, three performers from Silhouette Dance School will have an extra special reason to dance.
Bateman back by popular demand

Bateman back by popular demand

All kids love art and nature, says artist Robert Bateman, explaining it’s a love he’s never lost. The wildlife artist made a stop in St. Paul on Nov. 1, signing artwork, meeting people and promoting his latest book.
Korean War veterans saluted for war efforts

Korean War veterans saluted for war efforts

The battle at Kapyong fought on April 24 and 25, 1951 during the Korean War should be remembered along with other great Canadian battles, such as Passchendaele, Vimy Ridge and Operation Overlord, according to Brian Storseth, MP for Westlock-St. Paul.

Sister remembers the brother who never returned from war

Jeannette Letourneau will represent the Silver Cross Motherhood of Canada at this year’s Remembrance Day ceremony in St. Paul, in memory of her brother Alfred Arthur Joseph Tremblay, warrant officer second class, who died in World War II.
Children, community join Walk of Hope

Children, community join Walk of Hope

More than 200 community members and children from St. Paul Elementary Community School walked from the school to St. Paul’s town hall last Tuesday morning to raise awareness about family violence.

Dancers to dazzle on stage at Nutcracker

This Christmas, three performers from Silhouette Dance School will have an extra special reason to dance.