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Driver in Racette crash had seizures, says agreed statement

Richard Benson is awaiting a scheduled Nov. 14 sentencing after pleading guilty to three charges stemming from the Oct. 25, 2012 crash at Racette School that took the life of one Grade 6 student, and critically injured two other students.

County of St. Paul reeve candidates share plans, goals

The position of County of St. Paul Reeve is looking to be a contested one as three candidates have thrown their names into the running, each with their own priorities and directions in which they want to take the county.

Mixed reactions to Chamber membership proposal

The St. Paul and District Chamber of Commerce and the St. Paul Town Council held a public forum on Sept. 25 in an effort to raise public awareness of a proposal by the chamber to add a mandatory membership fee to the price of town business licenses.
Local designer takes part in Western Canada Fashion Week

Local designer takes part in Western Canada Fashion Week

Although her post-secondary schooling started off with a focus on athletics and architecture, Jana Champagne is now making a push in the world of fashion, and the St.
Clean-up of damaged monuments set for this week

Clean-up of damaged monuments set for this week

Although the full damage has yet to be assessed, work to clean the fire-damaged monuments at the St. Paul Legion is set to begin this week.
Students from across Lakeland area visit Powwow

Students from across Lakeland area visit Powwow

St Paul Educational Regional Division and the council of Saddle Lake Cree Nation collaborated to bring students from the area a first-person learning and cultural experience on Sept.

Nominations file in for Oct. 21 election

Nominations for the Oct. 21 elections were filed in municipal offices Monday morning, with a number of former politicians being elected by acclamation, while other areas will have some decisions to make come election day.
Legion memorial vandalized

Legion memorial vandalized

Vandalism that occurred at the St. Paul Legion over the weekend has left members disappointed, and one local artist in a state of shock, as two large stone sculptures were set on fire sometime on Sept. 14.

Chamber license meeting set for Sept. 25

The Town of St. Paul is looking to ensure that an agreement can be reached on a proposal from the St. Paul and District Chamber of Commerce to include a mandatory chamber membership fee in the cost of a town business license.

Benson enters guilty pleas

Richard Edward Benson entered guilty pleas to one count of criminal negligence causing death and two counts of criminal negligence causing bodily harm at the St.
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