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Animal shelter in need of volunteers for pets

Animal shelter in need of volunteers for pets

The St. Paul Animal Shelter is on the lookout for more volunteers to help care for its furry clients, along with needing forever homes for the many cats and dogs in its care.
Transmission line hearing takes in local concerns

Transmission line hearing takes in local concerns

Area residents, ATCO Electric, and the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) met in St. Paul from Nov. 5 to 8 to discuss a proposition to make expansions to an existing power substation, and build a 35 km line through the County of St. Paul.

Fenske and Saskiw comment on cheque presentation policy

Although she may not be the elected official for the area, Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville Progressive Conservative MLA Jacquie Fenske has become a little more familiar with the St.

Trying to get Twitter

In February of 2009, I signed up for a Twitter account. Since then, I have tweeted a total of three times.
New Ukrainian Orthodox priest enjoys small-town living

New Ukrainian Orthodox priest enjoys small-town living

The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada’s newest District Priest in the St. Paul – Bonnyville Parochial district, Reverend Father Peter Haugen, who came to the area on Sept. 1, says he is enjoying St.
Long-term businesses plan for new buildings on main street

Long-term businesses plan for new buildings on main street

St. Paul has two new developments starting in the downtown area. These new projects attest to the increasing growth and prosperity of businesses in the town – particularly those in the downtown core. Evergreen Stationers, a fixture in St.
Vehicle rams into Tim Hortons

Vehicle rams into Tim Hortons

A vehicle that rammed into the front of the Tim Hortons restaurant on Oct. 30 caused major damage to the building, according to St. Paul RCMP. The vehicle collision took place shortly after noon last Wednesday.

New faces on Elk Point town council

Two first-time candidates topped the polls in Elk Point's municipal election on Oct. 21, with Lorne Young receiving 257 votes and Debra McQuinn 207 votes.

Upham elected for another term

It was a race to the finish for the County of St. Paul municipal election on Oct. 21. But after the final count, and subsequent recount, came in, it was incumbent Steve Upham who took back the position of reeve.
Flag raising signals start of poppy campaign

Flag raising signals start of poppy campaign

Last week signaled the official start of the Royal Canadian Legion’s annual poppy campaign. At 11 a.m. on Oct. 25, Legion members in St.
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