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Flu season hits a peak

Although this winter’s cold and flu season started early and is now well underway, it isn’t too late for those who have yet to get a flu shot to do so, according to Alberta Health Services. Dr.

Local PC association under investigation

Elections Alberta is investigating the Lac La Biche – St. Paul – Two Hills Progressive Conservative Constituency Association, president Darrell Younghans confirmed last week.
Clayton Bellamy to release new solo album

Clayton Bellamy to release new solo album

Country rock singer Clayton Bellamy was lying on his back in an Edmonton hospital bed with a lacerated liver and a bruised spleen from a Supercross race he didn’t win when he realized music was going to be his main priority for the future.

ERCB denies Minnie Lake Conservation Society cost claim

The Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) denied the Minnie Lake Conservation Society (MLCS) its cost claim submitted after the hearing on CNRL oil drilling near the lake in March, 2011.
Task force reaches out on property rights

Task force reaches out on property rights

The Progressive Conservative government reached out to landowners in the area with the third of 10 open houses held by Premier Alison Redford's property rights task force on Tuesday afternoon. Around 70 people attended the open house at the St.

Symposium and memorial feast to honour residential school students

A two-day symposium is taking place this Thursday and Friday at Blue Quills First Nations College and ends with the Fourth Annual Indian Residential Schools Legacy Memorial Feast & Round Dance.

Defendant plans constitutional challenge to Wildlife Act charges

A local area man plans to launch a constitutional challenge to Wildlife Act charges resulting from Operation Buckeye, where Sustainable Resource Development charged ten individuals with 59 charges in 2011. Proceedings will resume in St.
VIDEO: STARS responds to highway collision

VIDEO: STARS responds to highway collision

St. Paul Fire Department, RCMP and EMS responded to a motor vehicle collision at highways 28 and 36 on Friday at 3:30 p.m. Cold Lake EMS and Ashmont Fire Services also attended the scene.
Town candidates pitch platforms

Town candidates pitch platforms

Roxanne Bergheim, Alice Herperger, Norm Noel and Richard Lavoie stood in front of nearly 100 people at the Rec. Centre Multi-Purpose Room to pitch their platforms on Wednesday. Each hopes to become the new face at the Town of St. Paul council table.

Further health funding from feds in 2012

The Conservative government in Ottawa announced an increase in the Canada Health Transfer before Christmas.
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