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Government says provincial budget 'going in the right direction'

The Government of Alberta released its 2014 budget on Thursday, with a focus on keeping tax levels where they are, and fiscal responsibility in the coming year.
SPERD stands firm with decision to buy land

SPERD stands firm with decision to buy land

St. Paul Education Regional Division is standing firm with its decision to offer the East Central Francophone Education Region $200,000 to purchase two parcels of land located near the St. Paul Elementary School.

Council proposes redraw of Glendon map

The Village of Glendon council is considering redrawing the village map. The redrawing was seen as a strategy to cope with the trouble many people have in finding addresses and navigating the village.
Hospital fundraiser brings in cash for equipment

Hospital fundraiser brings in cash for equipment

The St. Paul Healthcare Centre will soon be home to some new and improved medical equipment thanks to the efforts of some very dedicated volunteers and generous donors. The St.
Kissel to perform at Juno Awards

Kissel to perform at Juno Awards

International recording artist Brett Kissel, originally from Flat Lake, Alta.

Board and teachers finalize local agreement

After having worked together for the last few months, teachers and board members of St. Paul Regional Education Division (SPERD) have finalized a local-level collective teacher agreement.
Handguns stolen from Warehouse Sports

Handguns stolen from Warehouse Sports

An early morning break-in at a local business on Family Day resulted in the theft of nine handguns, and RCMP are asking anyone who may have information about the incident to contact the local detachment. “Shortly after 4 a.m. on (Feb.

Federal boundary changes offer challenges

The founding meeting for the Liberal Lakeland Association was held earlier this month, and those in attendance voiced some concern regarding the new boundaries that have been set, following the redistribution of federal electoral districts.
Handguns stolen from St. Paul business

Handguns stolen from St. Paul business

An early morning break-in at a local business on Monday has resulted in the theft of nine handguns, and RCMP is asking anyone who may have information about the incident to contact the local RCMP detachment. “Shortly after 4 a.m. on (Feb.
Dr. Craig Hellquist named Veterinarian of the Year

Dr. Craig Hellquist named Veterinarian of the Year

Dr. Craig Hellquist, of the St. Paul Veterinary Clinic, was recently honoured with the title of Veterinarian of the Year, by the Alberta Veterinary Medical Association. Hellquist received his award at a banquet on Feb.
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