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Jena Colbourne

Cold Lake’s Community Garden Helps Feed Those in Need

The City of Cold Lake’s Community Garden is celebrating its inaugural year with something really special. Within the garden is a communal section, which is ran completely by volunteers and benefits the local food bank. Cold Lake FCSS Director and volunteer at The Community Garden, Cathy Aust says the garden …

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Survivor Lakeland Raises over $32000 for Kiev’s K Hi

From July 14-17th, 19 Castaways battle the elements and each other for the title of Survivor Lakeland and a $5000 grand prize. The event was for a great cause, to raise money for a popular summer camp on  Moose Lake, Kiev’s K Hi. After, five days and an online auction, …

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Evacuation Order Lifted for La Ronge & Area

On Friday, July 17th, 2015 the evacuation order was lifted for Lac La Ronge, Air Ronge, and Lac La Ronge Indian Band. It could take a few days to a week for people to return home. Power and other services are being restored in the area. Those with health concerns …

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Fatal Collision on Highway 28

On Saturday, July 18th, 2015, at approximately 1:00 pm, The St. Paul RCMP responded to a call regarding a vehicle collision on Highway 28. There were two vehicles travelling eastbound on the highway, when the first vehicle, a pickup truck,  stopped to turn left about 5 kms west of Ashmont …

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Scott Cyr Calls For Better Electronic Monitoring Program

***statement from The Alberta Wildrose Party*** Wildrose Shadow Justice Minister Scott Cyr called for reforms after a convicted Edmonton sex offender wandered the streets without an electronic monitoring bracelet and broke his release conditions just seven days after release.   The offender was allowed to remove his electronic bracelet despite …

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Foundation Footcare Offers Medical Footcare in St. Paul

Denise Petruk never expected to find her passion when she started working part-time at Magic Fingers in St. Paul in 2012. She needed a place to reconnect with herself and discover who she was after being a stay-at-home-mother-of-four for so long. It was through working part-time at the salon Denise …

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AHS Issues Advisories for Local Lakes

Alberta Health Services have issued advisories for the following lakes in The Lakeland and surrounding areas: Stoney Lake Lac LA Biche Lake Thunder Lake Baptiste Lake Lake Isle The following is from Alberta Health Services’ website If there is a blue green algae advisory for a body of water you …

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The World Jr. A Challenge Could Be Coming to Bonnyville

A committee has been formed to bring The World Jr. A Challenge to Bonnyville. Committee member, and long-time voice of The Bonnyville Jr. A Pontiacs,  Robb Hunter, explains the event is much like The World Juniors, “it’s the Jr. An equivalent of the actual World Juniors that everyone gets so …

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Sewer Problems on 52nd Avenue in Bonnyville

On July 14th, residents from the 52nd avenue area in Bonnyville attended the regular Town Council meeting to pleed with council to take a look into problems that have been plaguing residents for some years. Over the years there have been a number of sewer backups and homes that have …

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