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Councillors voice concern over Ashmont-Lottie Lake water project

Progress on the Ashmont/Lottie Lake water project appears to have slowed down, following a meeting between the County of St. Paul council and Alberta Transportation representative Mike Yakimchuk, last week.
Minister Campbell speaks on Primrose and environment issues in St. Paul

Minister Campbell speaks on Primrose and environment issues in St. Paul

While in St. Paul last week, Minister of Environment and Sustainable Resource Development Robin Campbell said the province is continuing to monitor the bitumen leaks at CNRL’s Primrose site, located near Cold Lake.
Plenty of fun and games planned for Family Day weekend

Plenty of fun and games planned for Family Day weekend

“There’ll be stuff like skating, tobogganing, and fishing that will be free,” says St. Paul Recreation Director Gary Ward, “Basically it’s a weekend event starting on Saturday, and ending on Monday the 17th.

Job market continues to draw new Canadians to St. Paul

The Filipino community in St. Paul continues to grow, with the availability of work and quality of life in the area attracting people from outside the country to move to Canada to work, and in some cases, become full Canadian citizens. Westlock-St.
Saddle Lake families celebrate babies of 2013

Saddle Lake families celebrate babies of 2013

The parents of Saddle Lake’s newest children gathered at the Saddle Lake Cultural Centre on Jan. 29 to celebrate the babies that joined the community in 2013.

Town considers traffic enforcement system

Before the regular Town of St. Paul Council meeting on Jan. 27, two representatives for Global Traffic Group met with council, to discuss the potential for a new system to be put in place, to help monitor traffic in St. Paul.

Lack of downtown washrooms an issue for some

After being notified about a letter received by the St.
Boscombe celebrates 20th anniversary Country Corral with full house

Boscombe celebrates 20th anniversary Country Corral with full house

Boscombe Hall was near capacity on Saturday evening, holding its 20th anniversary Country Corral on Jan. 25.
Killer Karaoke delivers unique entertainment

Killer Karaoke delivers unique entertainment

Thousands of dollars were raised Saturday night for the St. Paul Splash Park, as the organizing committee for the park hosted the Killer Karaoke and Pub Night at the Recreation Centre.

Storseth voices concerns over federal government's proposed changes to ATR policy

Westlock-St. Paul Conservative MP Brian Storseth recently voiced concerns over his party’s proposed changes to the Addition to Reserves (ATR) policy, suggesting that the new policy is “fundamentally unfair.
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