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Election and fallout a sore point for 2012

Talk about your big letdowns. One of the most exciting news stories in 2012 circled around a heated spring election race.
Local First Nations form highway blockade to protest Bill C-45

Local First Nations form highway blockade to protest Bill C-45

Members of Saddle Lake and Whitefish Lake First Nations reserves gathered at the intersection of Highway 29 and Highway 36 at St. Brides on Dec. 24 to hold a peaceful protest, forming a blockade and raising awareness about the Idle No More movement.

Hunter disrespects boundaries

To the Editor: Well, another hunting season has gone by, roads are quiet now, and it’s safe to walk around my own yard. Yes, it’s safe again for another year. Why do I sound so bitter? Well, on Nov.
Rocking it up for New Year's Eve

Rocking it up for New Year's Eve

When the balloons hit the floor to bring in the start of 2013, the kids go wild.
First Nations rally under Idle No More movement

First Nations rally under Idle No More movement

A peaceful blockade was scheduled to take place in Frog Lake First Nations on Monday morning, as part of the countrywide movement, Idle No More, taken up by First Nations people to fight for their rights and specifically against federal Bill C-45, th
Bishop Terrio welcomed and ordained as leader of diocese

Bishop Terrio welcomed and ordained as leader of diocese

The Diocese of St. Paul received an early Christmas gift last week, as Bishop Paul Terrio was ordained in front of a cathedral filled with parishioners, clergy from across the province and many visiting Catholics from outside the area.
Magical house guests the 'eyes and ears' of Santa Claus

Magical house guests the 'eyes and ears' of Santa Claus

When people come to the Bohn residence, they’re greeted by two excited little girls eager to show off their one foot tall house guest.
Benefit dance set for New Year's Eve

Benefit dance set for New Year's Eve

The families for this year’s New Year’s Eve Family Benefit Dance have been chosen and plans are moving along to ensure this year’s event is another successful evening of celebration and support.
St. Paul pulls together for Pink Heart auction

St. Paul pulls together for Pink Heart auction

The weather outside may have been cold, but inside, several hearts were warmed at an auction described in turns as “amazing&” and “emotional,&” as hundreds of people came out to support the families affected by the Oct. 25 crash at Racette School.

GA-ngnam style!

Glen Avon School principal Debbie Thorne and assistant principals Ryan Pashko and Jackie MacDonald led students in a dance to popular song, Gangnam Style, in celebration of the wrap-up of a successful food drive by the school.
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