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Saddle Lake Cadets honour outgoing C.O.

Saddle Lake Cadets honour outgoing C.O.

The Saddle Lake Community Cadet Corps celebrated its annual promotion and inspection night at the Saddle Lake Community Centre, honouring the achievements of the young cadets and the dedication shown by outgoing commanding officer, Captain Robert Hyn

Wet weather slows seeding

The wet weather being seen this spring has held up local farmers, as some continue pushing to complete seeding crops. “We’ve had quite a run of wet weather,” says Dennis Bergheim, agricultural fieldman with the County of St. Paul.

Town tentatively ends Evergreen membership

The Town of St. Paul Council unanimously decided to end its contract with Evergreen Regional Waste Management, pending legal advice.

School board approves budget

St. Paul Education Regional Division No. 1 recently approved its 2014-15 budget, and while a deficit of $552,890 is forecasted, Secretary-Treasurer Jean Champagne says things are looking good heading into the next school year.
Seniors honoured during week-long celebration

Seniors honoured during week-long celebration

Area seniors were given recognition for the role they’ve played in building the community, during a number of events held during Seniors Week. Town and County of St.

Murder suspect appears in court

A 51-year-old woman appeared in Bonnyville provincial court for the first time on June 3, facing charges of first degree murder.

PC leadership run features familiar contenders

The race for leadership of the Progressive Conservative party is underway, and involves three political veterans all looking to be the next premier of Alberta.
RCMP family stands together in face of tragedy

RCMP family stands together in face of tragedy

When Const. David Henry heard about last Wednesday’s shootings in Moncton, N.B. that felled three RCMP officers, it brought him right back to last month.

Ashmont intersection raises red flags for SPERD staff

A letter from the Ashmont Schools to the St. Paul Education Regional Division #1 board of trustees has prompted concern regarding the intersection at 3 Ave. and Highway 28.
Glendon man's body found after fire

Glendon man's body found after fire

Family and friends of Kevin Feland mourned the death of someone they remembered as a fun-loving and caring man, after firefighters found his body while responding to a May 25 residential house fire in Glendon.
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