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Application to expand campground dies on the table

Application to expand campground dies on the table

Overwhelming opposition has councillors vote no to additional campsites at Skeleton Lake
More than 170 active cases of COVID-19 identified within Westlock, Barrhead and Athabasca

More than 170 active cases of COVID-19 identified within Westlock, Barrhead and Athabasca

Outbreaks of COVID-19 or an unidentified respiratory illness declared at several local schools
Man who sold fish without proper licence catches $8K fine

Man who sold fish without proper licence catches $8K fine

Ricky Cardinal had previously been fined for the same illegal sale of fish
Renaming raw water intake facility doesn’t fly for Boyle council

Renaming raw water intake facility doesn’t fly for Boyle council

Commission board should be making decisions, not member councils
Multiplex chooses proof of vaccination

Multiplex chooses proof of vaccination

Aquafit, other group activities resume Oct. 4 under new guidelines
Bad acting in great play

Bad acting in great play

Rotary and BRASS production was to thank the community
NDP Opposition meets with Athabasca town council

NDP Opposition meets with Athabasca town council

Eggen, Ceci and Dach tour Athabasca region
Kapâwinihk Wilderness Triathlon draws 70 out-of-town competitors

Kapâwinihk Wilderness Triathlon draws 70 out-of-town competitors

Plans already in the works for 2022 event, as organizers see 25 per cent increase in participants
Running for the cure

Running for the cure

Edwin Parr Composite students take part in Terry Fox run
Change is good, says town council hopeful

Change is good, says town council hopeful

Rena Zatorski aims to bring a new perspective to town council table