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Saddle Lake's Day of Hope encourages students to 'reach out'

Saddle Lake's Day of Hope encourages students to 'reach out'

Kihew Asiniy Education Centre in Saddle Lake addressed one of the most difficult issues that an community can face, that of teen suicide, at the school’s third annual Day of Hope last week.

Alberta takes the wheel on distracted driving

He might have been a poster child for distracted driving in the past, but local MLA Ray Danyluk is turning over a new leaf, following the Alberta legislature’s Nov. 17 passing of distracted driving legislation.
Quilts weave rich history of St. Paul and Albertan communities

Quilts weave rich history of St. Paul and Albertan communities

Fifteen unique and vivid tapestries bring to life the history of Albertan communities, in a traveling quilt exhibit now on display at the French Cultural Centre in St. Paul.

Elk Point man charged with murder

A 19-year-old man from Elk Point is facing a charge of second degree murder after RCMP discovered human remains near Kehewin, which at this time RCMP believe to be the remains of a missing woman from Bonnyville.
New wheelchair makes life easier for MS patient

New wheelchair makes life easier for MS patient

Last week, community member Shelly Beeching received a new wheelchair partly funded by Alberta Aids to Daily Living, with additional funds from the Lakeland MS Society. “In this (wheelchair), I can stretch out my legs and recline.
Hansen's Hotel arson suspect charged

Hansen's Hotel arson suspect charged

The owner of the former Hansen’s Hotel is breathing a sigh of relief after arson charges were pressed last Tuesday against a 65-year-old man in connection to the fire that razed the historic hotel.

Lottery fund ban in Catholic schools causes dilemma

The St. Paul Education Regional Division (SPERD) board discussed the impact of a decision by the Catholic Archdiocese of Edmonton to stop using funds from gambling at its Nov. 1 meeting. Effective Oct.

Municipal Affairs sought out for legal costs

The County of St. Paul has received invoices now for legal costs that cropped up in relation to a contested election nomination, and is seeking to have Alberta’s Department of Municipal Affairs cover the nearly $15,000 in legal costs.
Danyluk carries local messages back to government

Danyluk carries local messages back to government

Last week was constituency week in which provincial MLAs had given time to spend in their areas talking with the community. “I went to breakfast meetings, lunches, brunches and coffees in Lac La Biche, Vilna, St.

Municipal Affairs sought out for legal costs

The County of St. Paul has received invoices now for legal costs that cropped up in relation to a contested election nomination, and is seeking to have Alberta’s Department of Municipal Affairs cover the nearly $15,000 in legal costs.
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