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GALLERY: Desna dancers dazzle on stage and at festival

GALLERY: Desna dancers dazzle on stage and at festival

A full night of entertainment was delivered on April 11 by the Desna dancers.
Mayor works to ensure temporary disruptions at hospital do not become permanent

Mayor works to ensure temporary disruptions at hospital do not become permanent

Periodic disruptions in obstetrical services were expected to take place until today (April 18).
Town of St. Paul shows clean audit report

Town of St. Paul shows clean audit report

Work continues to honour residential school survivors

Work continues to honour residential school survivors

A round dance held on March 19 in St. Paul is just one step toward healing.
Haying in the 30's to return after two-year break

Haying in the 30's to return after two-year break

Glendon cake auction comes back full of flavour

Glendon cake auction comes back full of flavour

The highest bid for a single item at the cake auction was $1,125 for a poppy seed cake.
Frog Lake celebrates new school and first-of-its-kind library

Frog Lake celebrates new school and first-of-its-kind library

GALLERY: Cabane à sucre on a spring day

GALLERY: Cabane à sucre on a spring day

ACFA Régionale de Saint-Paul hosted its Cabane à sucre on April 3. The event had been postponed due to extreme cold weather experienced over the Family Day weekend.
Two Hills hospital continues to experience emergency department disruption

Two Hills hospital continues to experience emergency department disruption

The Two Hills emergency department continues to be temporarily closed during the weekdays, until April 11.
Landowners raise property rights concern with provincial MLAs

Landowners raise property rights concern with provincial MLAs

Representatives of a provincial government committee tasked with reviewing real property rights legislation made a stop in St. Paul last Friday.