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DAC gives back

DAC gives back

Shopping therapy proved to be just the ticket for St. Paul Abilities Network’s DAC clients, who embraced the opportunity to buy and give something to those in need over the Christmas holidays.
Outstanding health care providers nominated for North Star Award

Outstanding health care providers nominated for North Star Award

Thirty-eight years of dedicated health care service and being “a mentor, a leader, a friend to everyone who walks in her path or close to it” saw Beverly Belland, manager for the Elk Point Healthcare Centre and St.
A hand for Haiti sows seeds for change

A hand for Haiti sows seeds for change

Philippe Bergeron saw Haiti through the eyes of a foreigner and what he saw had a life-changing impact on him. “Every little baby I held, every fist I bumped . . . I’m sure it made a change.

Transportation corridor major focus of IDP public hearing

A Jan. 5 public hearing on the Inter-Municipal Development Plan (IDP) would see residents focus on a potential transportation corridor that would allow trucks and other traffic to bypass the Town of St. Paul. The Town and County of St.
Air travel and life in isolated, rugged north a focus of local author's book

Air travel and life in isolated, rugged north a focus of local author's book

The world is a very different place than it was almost 75 years ago when Nicholas Verbisky was born to pioneer parents in the small village of Vilna.
Move-in date set for new French school

Move-in date set for new French school

An expected move-in date to the new French school has been postponed from the start of January to Feb. 16 when the school is expected to be entirely complete, according to the East Central Francophone Education Region (ECFER) superintendent.
New Year's baby first for 2011 and first for proud parents

New Year's baby first for 2011 and first for proud parents

The first baby born at St. Therese’s Hospital in 2011 arrived on Jan. 2 at 7:42 p.m. and became not only the area’s New Year’s baby but also the first child for proud parents Kaitlin Jackson and John Delver of Goodfish Lake.
Christmas Eve tragedy claims three lives, but spares baby

Christmas Eve tragedy claims three lives, but spares baby

Two loving parents and an ever-smiling aunt were the victims of a car crash on Christmas Eve that left the Logozar family of Foisy reeling, even while they concentrate on eight-month-old Aleera and her recovery as the sole survivor of the accident.

Orthodox Christmas special to people with Ukrainian heritage

While many people are winding down from the festive season, for those of Orthodox faith, including many with Ukrainian heritage, the most important celebration of the season will happen on Thursday and Friday of this week.
New Year's Eve Benefit sold out

New Year's Eve Benefit sold out

All 200 tickets printed for the 2010 New Year’s Eve benefit celebration 2010 were sold in advance and according to one of the event organizers, it was the best event ever.
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