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Saturday , 8 May 2021

Jena Colbourne

Henry Thomson named St. Paul Deputy Fire Chief

St. Paul Fire Chief, Trevor Kotowich, has announced the department has named a Deputy Fire Chief (DC); Henry Thomson. “DC Thomson is well known to the community, and brings with him a vast knowledge and appreciation of the area and its needs,” said the chief in a release on Thursday. …

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Craig Copeland announced his run for UCP Nomination

Mayor of Cold Lake, Craig Copeland, has announced that he has put his name forward to represent the United Conservative Party in the Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul Constituency. Copeland released the following statement on Wednesday morning:    I am pleased to announce that I have put my name forward as a …

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Kinosoo’s Master Plan Unveiled

Kinosoo Ridge Snow All-Season Resort. That is the idea, should the Municipal District (MD) of Bonnyville go through with one of the two master plans that were unveiled last week in a series of open houses. Manager of the resort, Jürgen Grau said although things are in the early stages there …

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The Official

Gary Goreniuk is known in the local hockey scene for calling the shots on the ice, as one of the top referees in the Lakeland area. This year, Gary has been honoured for his dedication and commitment to reffing with the Dave Ganley Award. The Dave Ganley Award is presented …

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Lac La Biche woman charged with Second Degree Murder

On June 23rd, Lac La Biche RCMP responded to a complaint of an unresponsive female. The victim, Darlene Cardinal, was taken to hospital where she was pronounced deceased. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday, June 25, 2018. RCMP have charged 42 year old Wanda Ladoucer with second degree murder. There was no information given …

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for the Lakeland

Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms that may be capable of producing strong wind gusts and heavy rain. Slow moving thunderstorms will develop throughout the day over eastern Alberta which may result in localized heavy rain and flooding. Strong wind gusts and small hail may also be …

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Fire Authority warns of Fraudulent Fundraisers

The Bonnyville Regional Fire Department is issuing a warning to the public that there has been a number of fraudulent fundraising campaigns. BRFA issued a press release with information on what to be on the look out for. “Sadly, in recent weeks several fire departments in the province, and their …

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Fishing Lake celebrates opening of new Administration building

Fishing Lake Métis Settlement held a wonderful celebration to open their new Administration building. The multi-use facility will be home to the Settlement’s Administration staff, Council Chambers, a health worker and an RCMP outpost. Blake Desjarlais, with the Métis Settlements General Council, greeted over 100 honoured guests at the doors …

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St. Paul RCMP arrest two youths wanted on multiple warrants

On June 13, 2018, members of the St. Paul RCMP Detachment along with the Eastern Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit (EADCRU) and St. Paul Police Dog Service (PDS) set out on patrol to apprehend a male youth wanted on multiple warrants in Saddle Lake. Police located a stolen vehicle from …

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Save the North Arena

Cold Lake Minor Hockey (CLMH) is pleading with the City of Cold Lake to save the north arena. The organization presented to City Council at the most recent Council meeting stressing the need for the arena to stay operational, after the opening of the second ice surface at the Energy …

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