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VIDEO: ACFA Galala performances in St. Paul

L'Association canadienne-francaise de l'Alberta sponsored a night of local musical talent in St. Paul on March 19.
Federal budget debated

Federal budget debated

The federal budget is a good, balanced conservative budget, according to Westlock-St. Paul MP, Brian Storseth, but it is not supported by the opposition parties and could result in a spring election.

Bull-A-Rama bucks into action on Saturday

Thirty bulls and 30 riders from all over Alberta and Saskatchewan are set to descend on the St. Paul Ag Corral this Saturday for the 2011 Bull-A-Rama. The Bull-A-Rama starts at 7 p.m.
Dynamic duo gets kids grooving

Dynamic duo gets kids grooving

Children who love playing, singing and dancing will get the chance to do just that on April 7 when entertainers Lee and Sandy Paley hit the stage at St. Paul Elementary Community School for a playschool fundraiser.

A tale of two water pipelines

Based on information from a feasibility study completed by Associated Engineering in 2009, the County of St. Paul has decided to support two separate water pipeline projects.
Portage College makes staff cuts in budget

Portage College makes staff cuts in budget

Portage College in St. Paul will cut four full-time positions for the 2011-2012 school year after the board of governors cut around $300,000 from the campus to balance the budget. The college’s board of governors cut the total budget by $1.

LARA releases research at AGM

The future for canola producers in Alberta looks very bright as prices remain strong, while numerous options to extend the grazing season for area cattle farmers seem to be working.
Sharpshooter showdown on Allied Arts stage

Sharpshooter showdown on Allied Arts stage

Two months less two days short of 65 years after “Annie Get Your Gun” opened at New York’s Imperial Theatre, with Ethel Merman in the title role and Ray Middleton as Frank Butler, and 60 years and 11 days after the movie, starring Betty Hutton and Ho
Minnie Lake hearing wraps up

Minnie Lake hearing wraps up

The Energy Resources Conservation Board (ERCB) heard a local conservationist group’s case against CNRL’s oil drilling project proposed near Minnie Lake last week at the Glendon and District Seniors Centre.
Four laws on the firing line

Four laws on the firing line

Keith Wilson’s public speaking tour of the province continued in St. Paul last week at the St. Paul Senior Citizens Centre, with an unexpected twist not found at any of his previous 27 information meetings on land use laws.
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