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Midget A team hits winning stride in home tournament

St. Paul’s Midget A Canadiens needed a streak of winning games and found exactly that at the team’s home tournament this past weekend, losing only its fourth and final game to Vegreville on Sunday afternoon.
Lost Fingers jazz up night in St. Paul

Lost Fingers jazz up night in St. Paul

If you like tapping your toes to familiar tunes with a jazz twist, you will likely enjoy the concert by The Lost Fingers at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 6 at École du Sommet gym, an event sponsored by the local French Association (ACFA Régionale de St-Paul).

Medical centre funding still up in air

The County and Town of St.
Lost duck finds a friend

Lost duck finds a friend

People are not the only ones confused by the fluctuations of the winter weather this year. George Werenka, a farmer from the Vilna area, found a mallard duck wandering around in his cow field last week.
Premier resigns, not wanting to see division, says Danyluk

Premier resigns, not wanting to see division, says Danyluk

Premier Ed Stelmach’s announcement on Jan.

St. Paul business charged with selling illegal eagle and hawk feathers

Sustainable Resource Development (SRD) Alberta has charged a business from St. Paul and four individuals from Alberta with illegal trafficking of wildlife and the alleged selling of eagle and hawk feathers.

Lack of recycling has some town residents fuming

The Town of St. Paul is once again reducing the number of items that will be accepted for recycling at the transfer station.
Sun Country Village has a dark side, say tenants

Sun Country Village has a dark side, say tenants

A lack of affordable housing in St. Paul had Robert and Lisa Desjarlais scrambling for six months to find another home to rent when they decided their family could no longer continue living in a trailer they considered unsafe.
Quebec MP's message hits home with Albertans

Quebec MP's message hits home with Albertans

Maxime Bernier, MP for Beauce Quebec, headlined a Conservative Party fundraising dinner in St. Paul on Jan. 17, at the request of Brian Storseth, MP for Westlock/St. Paul. The event held at the St.

Literacy Luau sails into sunset

St. Paul is saying aloha to its Literacy Luau, which has stalled before it began due to “a lack of community support,” according to a member on the Festival of Words committee.
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