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Painting the past in the present

Painting the past in the present

Boyle-themed mural to be unveiled at Wildberry Festival
Fifteen local workers affected by centralization of laundry, linen services

Fifteen local workers affected by centralization of laundry, linen services

AHS announces that K-Bro Systems will begin handling laundry and linen services for health care centres provincewide
Thunderbirds ready to take flight

Thunderbirds ready to take flight

Football team hosting event Aug. 3; mini camp slated to start Aug. 20
Single-vehicle rollover under investigation

Single-vehicle rollover under investigation

RCMP not ruling out alcohol as a factor
Woodlands County firefighters receive new safety equipment

Woodlands County firefighters receive new safety equipment

All four fire departments within Woodlands County either have received or soon will receive new self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) equipment to protect them against smoke and other airborne contamination.
Brian Coleman won’t seek re-election

Brian Coleman won’t seek re-election

First elected in 2017, Div. 4 Westlock County councillor wants to spend more time with his family
BREAKING NEWS – Accident on East Hill expect delays

BREAKING NEWS – Accident on East Hill expect delays

ATHABASCA – The north side of Highway 55 on what is referred to as the East Hill in Athabasca was the scene of a roll over. Use caution travelling east up the hill and expect delays going west down the hill.
Barrhead and District FCSS looks to resume full programming come the fall

Barrhead and District FCSS looks to resume full programming come the fall

One of new FCSS executive director Karen Gariepy’s priorities is to bolster staff ESS training
One final service at the Westlock United Church

One final service at the Westlock United Church

Former church has been the home of Kerri’s Café and Bakery for the past year
High vaccine rollout prompts Alberta Health to loosen isolation requirements, scale back testing

High vaccine rollout prompts Alberta Health to loosen isolation requirements, scale back testing

65 per cent of Albertans fully vaccinated against coronavirus as of July 30
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