Top Stories This Week - September 26, 2012
Volunteers and organizers involved with the new playground project at Ecole Providence School in McLennan pose for a group photo during the installation phase Sept. 15.
Regional emergency medical services based out of McLennan will continue to operate with two ambulances for the foreseeable future.
McLennan’s next mayoral hopeful will not get the opportunity to hold the reins following the next municipal election in 2013.
The Kimiwan Lake Naturalists, in conjunction with Alberta Tourism, Parks & Recreation, is hosting the grand re-opening of the O’Mahony Conservation Area Sept. 30.
The actions taken by some locked out NHL players can only be described as selfish and disgusting.
The Peace Country' lucrative and successful honey-producing industry received a buzzing boost earlier this month with the completion of the National Bee Diagnostic Centre just west of the Smoky River region in Beaverlodge.
It’s in all business owners’ and community leaders’ interest to attend Small Business Week dinner at the Club Alouette in Falher on Oct. 17, as Marty Park will be discussing customer service.
News Room - Online
Spotlight: School Bus Safety Week just around the corner
Students who ride school buses every day in Alberta, including High Prairie School Division (HPSD), are well-deserving of the safest school transportation system possible.
The wildfire hazard for this week will be HIGH and VERY HIGH for areas south of Lesser Slave Lake, around High Prairie and north of Red Earth.
LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 You are eager to listen and learn, Libra, but you also want to share your own experiences. This week you will need to find a balance between being a student and a teacher.
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