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Rotary Trail to get a facelift

Rotary Trail to get a facelift

The Rotary Trail in Westlock could soon become a place where artists in town can display permanent outdoor works. Council got a look at a proposed painting for a section of the trail at its March 26 meeting, and approved the project.
The final game at Jubilee Arena

The final game at Jubilee Arena

It didn’t draw quite the same crowd as the Montreal Canadiens Alumni Game, but that last game of shinny played in the Jubilee Arena March 22 was nonetheless significant. For the 14 players on the ice, it was probably even more significant.
Forty three years of science

Forty three years of science

Budding Einsteins scattered across the Westlock Community Hall Wednesday afternoon to compete in the 43rd annual Westlock Local Science Fair.

Hope Resource Centre starts new program

The Hope Resource Centre is introducing a new tool to help families in the Westlock are deal with family violence, and is seeking funding to keep up its work.

Clyde senior taken for nearly $4,000

A Clyde resident is warning people in the area to be aware of a new type of fraud she fell victim to. Glorya Garand felt fortunate when after asking for more information about a job opportunity she found on the Internet.
Celtic Pub Night on tap for March 31

Celtic Pub Night on tap for March 31

The Westlock & District Community Hall will sport an Irish-green hue on March 31 for the 10th annual Celtic Pub Night fundraiser.
Blue Suede Festival bound for Busby

Blue Suede Festival bound for Busby

Elvis has officially left the building, as organizers of the Blue Suede Festival have announced the annual charity event will move to the Busby Sports Grounds. The festival, scheduled for Aug.
Wildfire season has started

Wildfire season has started

A relative lack of snow and dry conditions throughout the province means wildfire season is starting a little bit early this year.

Canadiens game rapidly approaching

A team of local hockey stars will have their work cut out for them when they face some of the best former Montreal Canadiens on March 15.

Local dove breeder earns hardware at provincial competition

A Westlock man has earned some national recognition for his somewhat uncommon hobby — breeding and raising pigeons and doves.