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Village of Clyde candidates focus on community

Village of Clyde candidates focus on community

Two of the women running in the June 24 Village of Clyde byelection say being a voice for the community is one of the reasons they’re running.
Annual street festival returns to Barrhead

Annual street festival returns to Barrhead

It is back by popular demand. On June 8, Barrhead’s annual Street Festival will take over Main Street, providing people of all ages with a day of affordable fun.
Bringing Broadway to Athabasca

Bringing Broadway to Athabasca

A little bit of Broadway is coming to the Nancy Appleby Theatre June 7-8 and 14-15, with performers from the Big River Arts Society set to put on the George and Ira Gershwin musical Crazy For You .
Legion auxiliary needs new members

Legion auxiliary needs new members

Walk into Branch 97 of the Royal Canadian Legion in Westlock on just about any day of the week and you’ll find members of the Ladies’ Auxiliary in the kitchen preparing for their next fundraising event, just as they have for the last 80 years.
Road Apple Carnival hits new heights

Road Apple Carnival hits new heights

The fifth-annual Road Apple Carnival continues to grow, raising $6,200 for the Stollery Children’s Hospital, while providing a full day of free family-friendly fun for the community.
The impact of one decision

The impact of one decision

As a former law enforcement officer, Amanda Oling has been the one knocking at 3 a.m. on the other side of the door to tell someone their loved one has been killed — but she has also been the one answering the door.
And the survey says?

And the survey says?

While no decision has been made on a possible classroom cellphone ban for R.F Staples high school students, the results of a recent online survey are undeniable. The overwhelming majority of the 154 students who participated in the 10-day www.
Full theatre for dance recitals

Full theatre for dance recitals

For over two hours each day, the Athabasca Dance Society tapped, swayed and leapt, showcasing their dance skills at the Nancy Appleby Theatre in three concerts from May 10-12.
Chess comes back to R.F. in a big way

Chess comes back to R.F. in a big way

R.F. Staples School’s Joshua Brown was crowned chess champion as kings and queens let their pawns do the fighting on the checkered battlefield May 11. It wasn’t the first chess tournament ever held at the R.F.
Mayor’s Breakfast is back

Mayor’s Breakfast is back

Following a two-year hiatus, the Mayor’s Breakfast returns in June. Jointed hosted by the Westlock and District Chamber of Commerce and Town of Westlock, the breakfast runs from 7 to 9 a.m. June 12 at Memorial Hall.