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A prayer for the community

A prayer for the community

Music, songs, and testaments of life filtered through the air as a free gospel concert were held at the Lions Park in the Town of St. Paul on Aug. 6. The event was organized by a group of people hailing from different Christian denominations.
St. Paul added to expanded Monkeypox vaccine locations

St. Paul added to expanded Monkeypox vaccine locations

The Monkeypox vaccine is now available to eligible Albertans in nine cities and towns across the province. Making the list last week was St. Paul, Edson, Fort McMurray, Grande Prairie, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Red Deer.
St. Paul ready to Rock the Block

St. Paul ready to Rock the Block

Rock the Block is scheduled to take place on Thursday, this week, in St. Paul.
Youth get creative at summer art camp

Youth get creative at summer art camp

Town of St. Paul considers taking over Union Cemetery

Town of St. Paul considers taking over Union Cemetery

Town of St. Paul council is considering taking over ownership and maintenance of Union Cemetery, located on the west side of St. Paul.
Ukrainian community invites locals to sign Canadian flag to be sent to Ukraine

Ukrainian community invites locals to sign Canadian flag to be sent to Ukraine

Residents are invited to stop by the Smoky Lake-St. Paul Community Futures office to sign a Canadian flag that will be send to Ukraine.
Haying in the 30's returns with record-breaking year

Haying in the 30's returns with record-breaking year

After two years of being sidelined by the pandemic, Haying in the 30’s returned to Mallaig on July 30-31 with great success, raising a record $320,000.
One suspect dead, another in critical condition

One suspect dead, another in critical condition

ASIRT investigating officer involved shooting in Smoky Lake area
Main Street lot owner in no hurry to meet town’s cleanup order

Main Street lot owner in no hurry to meet town’s cleanup order

CAO says misinformation is fueling social media campaign
UPDATED: Body found in Smoky Lake identified as missing Edmonton man

UPDATED: Body found in Smoky Lake identified as missing Edmonton man

Police have positively identified a body discovered at the Smoky Lake gravel pits in June, as missing 56-year-old Meharena Ghebreyesus of Edmonton following an autopsy carried out on July 5.