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St. Paul community steps up

St. Paul community steps up

A group of St. Paul businessmen stepped up last week to spearhead a campaign of support for the residents of Slave Lake, forced from their homes May 15 by forest fire. Leading the charge was Luc Gascon of Northern Lights Welding.
Fire risk forces ban

Fire risk forces ban

St. Paul fire crews were busy with several calls to fires and motor vehicle accidents last week. The department was called out to assist with two vehicle rollovers, an ATV fire and small garbage pit fire east of town, said fire chief Terry Senecal.

Lower Athabasca plan subject of Riverland AGM

The Lower Athabasca Regional Plan on the use of public lands was high on the agenda at the Riverland Recreational Trail Society’s annual general meeting at Boscombe on April 25.

Sad day for Alberta - Danyluk

Premier Ed Stelmach has always put Albertans first and so when he occupied the premier’s chair in the Alberta Legislature for the last time Thursday with the conclusion of the spring session, it was a sad day for Alberta, according to St.
Aging Council burns provincial menu

Aging Council burns provincial menu

Alberta Council on Aging (ACA) region 2 President Edith Read took aim at the provincial 21-day menu at the annual general meeting at the St. Paul Centennial Senior Citizens Club on Friday.
Fire destroys home near Ashmont

Fire destroys home near Ashmont

Brenda Arnett said that she was devastated to see her parents, Ken and Gladys Marsh’s home in flames Friday morning.
Walkers raise cash for MS

Walkers raise cash for MS

The annual Enerflex Lakeland MS Walk was another big success with around 400 people walking or running in support of people with MS in St. Paul on Saturday. Supporters raised around $167,000 for MS research and client services. St.

St. Paul man sends Liberal leader packing

Former St. Paul man Bernard Trottier says he was not surprised to have received the most votes in the riding of Etobicoke-Lakeshore in Toronto, defeating the Liberal Party incumbent.
Fish wash up on shores of Vincent Lake

Fish wash up on shores of Vincent Lake

Fish and Wildlife officer Duane Fleming confirmed evidence of a partial fish kill at Vincent Lake north of St. Paul on Wednesday.
County aims to control ground squirrel

County aims to control ground squirrel

The County of St. Paul has two per cent strychnine available again this year to try to control the Richardson ground squirrel.
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