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Left turning light to remain as it is

At its regular meeting on Jan. 13, Town of St. Paul council discussed the new turning light on main street at the intersection of 48 St. and 50 Ave and has decided to leave the light as it is. Coun.
Glendon celebrates 40 years of Malanka

Glendon celebrates 40 years of Malanka

This year’s Malanka celebrations in Glendon signified a milestone for the community, as those in attendance celebrated the event’s 40th anniversary with plenty of Ukrainian dancing and food.
Rising temperatures bring dangerous winds, messy roads

Rising temperatures bring dangerous winds, messy roads

Some unusual weather hit the St. Paul area on Tuesday night, as temperatures drastically rose overnight, and winds picked up to dangerous speeds, nearing 100 km/h.
Locals celebrate Malanka

Locals celebrate Malanka

Lac Bellevue Hall was busy with the sounds of music and celebration on Jan 11, as locals from the town and county of St. Paul gathered to celebrate Malanka, the Ukrainian New Year, and bring an end the Ukrainian Christmas season.

Supply of flu vaccine dwindles

Influenza clinics and drug stores across the province were busy last week as Albertans reacted to a flu outbreak, and waited in line for the influenza vaccine.

Debit card skimming suspected in St. Paul

Many local residents trying to do some last-minute Christmas shopping on Dec. 23 ended up stuck in long line-ups at various banks in St.

Province steps up its fight against influenza

Alberta Health Services continues to encourage Albertans to get this year’s annual influenza vaccine, as cases of H1N1 are being confirmed across the province.Dr.
Family benefit dance draws bigger crowd, supports those in need

Family benefit dance draws bigger crowd, supports those in need

Families from around the St. Paul area welcomed the New Year together, as they celebrated at the New Year's Eve Family Benefit Dance. The dance, held at the St. Paul Rec.
Geovanni Quinney honoured as first baby of 2014

Geovanni Quinney honoured as first baby of 2014

Although he's a bit on the tiny side, Geovanni Joseph Vic Quinney's entrance into the world will not be soon forgotten. Geovanni, weighing 5 lbs 15 oz and measuring 19 inches, was the first baby born at the St. Therese – St.
New Year's Eve benefit biggest yet

New Year's Eve benefit biggest yet

As midnight approached, children were still swinging each other around and stomping their feet as music from the Retro Rockets fired up the hall and the minutes ticked down on 2014.
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