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Saddle Lake Cadet Corps honoured with promotions, donation

Saddle Lake Cadet Corps honoured with promotions, donation

The Saddle Lake Community Cadet Corps celebrated its year-end inspection last Wednesday night at the Saddle Lake Youth Centre, and was presented with a special accolade, a $10,000 donation from the RCMP foundation.
Sheriffs show support for Edmonton Remand workers

Sheriffs show support for Edmonton Remand workers

Local sheriffs showed their support for workers of the Edmonton Remand Centre as they took to the street and held a protest in front of the St. Paul courthouse on Monday.

Home invasion in Saddle Lake

An investigation into an alleged home invasion where at least three people were injured in Saddle Lake is ongoing. On April 24, St. Paul RCMP were called to a residence in Saddle Lake.

Truck rollover on Highway 881

Authorities in St. Paul responded to a single vehicle rollover on Highway 881 at around 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday afternoon.

Missing Saddle Lake man found

The community of Saddle Lake was breathing a sigh of relief on Tuesday afternoon after an 18-year-old man who had gone missing on April 14 was found following an extensive search. On April 15, St.
Dr. Makokis glad to be home

Dr. Makokis glad to be home

Dr. James Makokis has returned home to Saddle Lake, where he will now be practicing medicine in the community.

Glendon mayor to step down

Village of Glendon Mayor Larry Lofstrand tendered his intention to resign at last Thursday’s council meeting.
Ashmont quad rally attracts over 500 riders

Ashmont quad rally attracts over 500 riders

About 525 people took part in this year’s edition of the Ashmont quad rally on Saturday, and despite the cool weather and an abundance of snow still on the ground, participants had “a ton of fun,” according to one of the event organizers.
Deputy premier discusses budget at local PC meeting

Deputy premier discusses budget at local PC meeting

Deputy Premier Thomas Lukaszuk joined the Lac La Biche-St. Paul-Two Hills Progressive Conservative Constituency Association at the St.

County balances budget, ratepayers to see slight increase in taxes

The County of St. Paul passed its 2013 budget at last week’s regular council meeting, and despite decreasing its residential mill rate, many county ratepayers will still see a 3.
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