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Wednesday , 3 March 2021

Jena Colbourne

Drinking in the park

(Stock Image) Call from the Province has the Town of Bonnyville discussing loosening liquor consumption bans at public parks. Town of Bonnyville Council discussed the possibility of opening up liquor consumption at public parks within town limits at Tuesday’s regular council meeting. Mayor Gene Sobolewski explains the discussion came after …

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Left on main

Bonnyville Town Council to discuss solutions for congested traffic on main street. Town of Bonnyville, councillor Rene Van Brabant brought up an idea to solve traffic slowdowns on main street at Tuesday’s regular council meeting. Van Brabant suggest council looks at the possibility of eliminating left turns at key intersections …

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Hanson addresses issues with Highway 28 in the Leg

MLA for Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul, David Hanson address the Legislative Assembly of Alberta last week regarding issues with Highway 28 and the need for twinning of the busy roadway. “The section of Highway 63 to Bonnyville and Cold Lake has been neglected, despite multiple requests,” stated Hanson during Question Period …

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Regular fuel now available at the marina

Fuel is now available for purchase at the Cold Lake Marina, for boaters and other watercraft users. With the new fuel tank operational, marina users are now able to purchase regular fuel using a credit card. Debit cards and cash cannot be accepted by the pump. The new fuelling system …

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Pride in St. Paul to celebrate inclusion

Promoting Inclusion – Celebrating Diversity The first ever Pride Day will be held in St. Paul on Saturday, June 22nd. Volunteer Jonathan Berube says the event is designed to bring people together and strengthen the sense of community, while showing support and love to the LGBTQ2 (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, …

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Elk Point man charged with multiple theft related offenses

Elk Point RCMP have arrested and charged Clifford Melton for number of theft related charged. On June 11, 2019, the Elk Point RCMP received information about a U-Haul truck involved in property crime in the area of Elk Point. While doing patrols, Elk Point RCMP members located the U-Haul on a …

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Construction continues at the Energy Centre

Improvements to the Energy Centre continue as new tile is laid throughout the main floor. “We’ve come a long way with our recreation facilities,” said Mayor Craig Copeland. “There has been a lot of traffic coming through the Energy Centre, especially with the new climbing wall and the second arena. …

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St. Paul RCMP charge three males with arson

Three males have been charged following an arson investigation. On June 7 2019, St. Paul RCMP were dispatched to a structure fire at 4937 45 Ave, St Paul.  The vacant residence was fully engulfed with fire when members arrived.  Members observed and followed a blood trail leaving the house to a neighbouring garage. …

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Elk Point RCMP respond to shots fired in Fishing Lake

On June 3, 2019 at approximately 12:30 p.m., Elk Point RCMP responded to a report of a shot being fired outside a residence in the Fishing Lake area. A white truck was reported fleeing a residence after shots were fired. No one was injured. Elk Point RCMP patrolled the area …

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