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Wednesday , 14 April 2021

Jena Colbourne

B&E at Local Radio Station

Between August 6th and 7th, 2015, K-Rock, the local radio station in Cold Lake was broken into. Several items were taken from the local radio station, which is located at 5412 55 street. There are no suspects at this time and police ask any with information or who may have witnessed …

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Construction on the New Fire Hall in Cold Lake on Schedule

Construction on the Cold Lake Fire Hall, which broke ground  in February of 2015, is running on schedule.  The $12.7 million project will have 10 bays for fire trucks, emergency vehicles, and equipment. Mayor of Cold Lake Craig Copeland says there’s a lot of pride behind the new building, “this …

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Repair on Water Valve in Lac La Biche

Lac La Biche County Utility staff will be working to repair a water main valve, on August 7th, 2015, on Churchill Drive just north of the boat launch. Water will be shut off to homes from 101B Avenue to the back lane of 104 Avenue during the repair. Staff is …

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Clayton Bellamy Excited to Come Home For Extreme Mudfest

On the verge of coming home for Extreme Mudfest 2015, Clayton Bellamy says it’s always nerve wrecking playing the home crowd. “I gotta tell ya, it never goes away,” says Bellamy with the cool demeanor he’s known for, “playing your home town is hard, but exciting at the same time.” …

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Local Counties Are Declaring 2015 An Agriculture Disasters

Both the County of St. Paul and Lac La Biche County have declared an agriculture disaster after an extremely dry season. Calling for an agriculture disaster is done to make the provincial and federal governments aware of the dismal conditions. The two Counties held special council meetings on July 28th, …

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Sniffer Dogs Used During Mandatory Boat Inspections

Sniffer dogs are one of the many tools Alberta will use to prevent invasive mussels from entering the province’s waters. Alberta introduced new legislation to help protect waters from invasive species. The Province has now made it mandatory to have a boat inspected before entering waters. Even with the sniffer dogs, …

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Canadian Natural Sees $405 Million Net Loss for 2nd Quarter

Canadian Natural Resources reports a $405 million net loss for the second quarter, mainly due to the 20% increase in taxes says the company. The company released a statement August 6th, 2015 saying it would have recorded a profit had it not been for the increase in taxes to from …

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