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New Myrnam School teacher receives Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence in STEM

New Myrnam School teacher receives Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence in STEM

New Myrnam School teacher Robert Tymofichuk accepted the Prime Minister's Award for Teaching Excellence in STEM in Ottawa on Oct. 3.
Glen Avon hosts junior high volleyball tournaments in St. Paul

Glen Avon hosts junior high volleyball tournaments in St. Paul

Junior high volleyball players took the courts in St. Paul on Sept. 29 and Oct. 1
Charges laid after police locate machete

Charges laid after police locate machete

St. Paul RCMP received numerous 911 calls on Oct. 4 regarding a man with a weapon chasing a woman.
National record-breaking pumpkin at Smoky Lake fair

National record-breaking pumpkin at Smoky Lake fair

A 2,537-pound pumpkin was one of this year's highlights at the Great White North Pumpkin Weigh-off and Fair in Smoky Lake on Oct. 1.
Mammoth tusk found in Saddle Lake

Mammoth tusk found in Saddle Lake

An unknown object uncovered in Saddle Lake has been confirmed to be a part of a mammoth tusk, according to an expert from the University of Alberta.
No by-election for St. Paul Education board vacancy

No by-election for St. Paul Education board vacancy

The resignation of former St. Paul Education board chair Heather Starosielski in late August that left Ward D vacant will not result in a by-election. Discussions at the September board meeting also dealt with busing and enrolment.
Terry Fox Run gets residents walking, running and biking for a cure

Terry Fox Run gets residents walking, running and biking for a cure

The Terry Fox Run took place in St. Paul on Sept. 18.
County of St. Paul changes driveway snow removal policy

County of St. Paul changes driveway snow removal policy

County of St. Paul residents will now be able to purchase one flag for the whole season, for snow clearing of private driveways.
RCMP respond to call involving ‘toy gun’ at St. Paul Cathedral

RCMP respond to call involving ‘toy gun’ at St. Paul Cathedral

St. Paul RCMP have confirmed receiving a call for service regarding gunshots being heard at the St. Paul Cathedral on Sunday, Sept. 11 between 11 a.m. and 11:09 a.m.
St. Paul Community Awareness Night offers information and opportunities for all

St. Paul Community Awareness Night offers information and opportunities for all

Community Awareness Night is scheduled for Sept. 14 at the St. Paul Recreation Centre between 5-8 p.m. The event offers residents the chance to learn about a variety of groups and activities available locally.