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New developments show potential to exceed last year's growth

New developments show potential to exceed last year's growth

This year, the Town of St. Paul has seen a number of new developments get started and is seeing an overall increase in development, compared to last year. Reports on the development in town are done on a yearly basis.
Garden tour showcases local gardens

Garden tour showcases local gardens

Town of St. Paul FCSS hosted a garden tour that took guests to three unique gardens in and around St. Paul.

Will pipelines be the future of Canada?

The Energy East Pipeline is a go - the project is moving ahead. Well, not so fast.

Road mediation fails

Following a failed mediation between the County of St. Paul and a county ratepayer regarding the construction of a road in the Owlseye area, the appeal will now go to a hearing, which is expected to take place sometime in November.
Haying in the 30's brings in over $200,000 in two days

Haying in the 30's brings in over $200,000 in two days

By 1 p.m. on Aug. 3, it was clear by the crowd of people gathered near Mallaig that this year’s Haying in the 30s event was bigger than any in the organization’s 14-year history.
Field day relays canola information to farmers

Field day relays canola information to farmers

An oilseed specialist from Alberta Agriculture offered farmers in the area some valuable information at last week’s Lakeland Agricultural Research Association (LARA) field day, held on July 30 near St. Paul.

Kitz 4 Kidz kicks off in St. Paul

Although the official Kitz 4 Kidz program has been discontinued by Value Drug Mart’s head office this year, local staff at the St. Paul Value Drug Mart have taken it upon themselves to ensure the program continues.
Heritage Festival attracts huge crowd from all over the Lakeland

Heritage Festival attracts huge crowd from all over the Lakeland

The Heritage Festival at the Rec. Centre brought many in the community together, attracting a large crowd, with a broad selection of attractions ranging from informative cultural exhibits, to noteworthy musical presentations.

Long-time SPERD trustees will not run again

When locals go to the polls in October, there will be some long-serving names missing from the ballots for the St. Paul Education Regional Division board.
Doctor Wong returns to St. Paul after completing residency

Doctor Wong returns to St. Paul after completing residency

Dr. Charles Wong has returned to St. Paul after completing his residency, and now is working full-time as the newest physician at the Wellness Centre.
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