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Pedersen’s Public Health Act tickets adjourned yet again

Pedersen’s Public Health Act tickets adjourned yet again

Freedom rally organizer faces 10 PHA tickets that add up to $12,000 in fines; next court date is Oct. 13
Federal election goes next Monday

Federal election goes next Monday

Polls run from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. for Lakeland and Peace River-Westlock voters 
Pedestrian killed in motor vehicle collision

Pedestrian killed in motor vehicle collision

RCMP continue to investigate, but do not believe weather was a factor
More candidates needed for Pembina Hills school board

More candidates needed for Pembina Hills school board

Only half of the six seats on the board will be filled with current slate of nominees
No international trips for Pembina Hills students this year

No international trips for Pembina Hills students this year

National trips still allowed, though school board must give approval in principle
Peoples Party of Canada candidate calls mask mandate and vaccine passports unconstitutional

Peoples Party of Canada candidate calls mask mandate and vaccine passports unconstitutional

Darryl Boisson promises to voice concerns of Peace River-Westlock to Parliament if elected
Riding for a cause

Riding for a cause

Red Knights motorcycle club to host fundraiser for the Barrhead Community Victim Services Unit
Local dairy farmer Lorrie Jespersen seeking Division 4 seat

Local dairy farmer Lorrie Jespersen seeking Division 4 seat

Jespersen highlights economic development as main reason for running in October election
Blue Heron Fair Days deemed a success

Blue Heron Fair Days deemed a success

Despite the uncertainty caused by the pandemic, attendance in the two-day fair was up slightly

Neerlandia native helps Canadian women to their best Paralympic finish

Heidi Peters and the Canadian sitting volleyball team finish fourth after losing in hard-fought game against Brazil