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Barrhead and District Chamber launches #TakeoutTuesdays

Barrhead and District Chamber launches #TakeoutTuesdays

Area residents ordering in food encouraged to post about it on social media to help support local restaurants
Pembina Hills trustees still pushing to raise the speed limit for school buses

Pembina Hills trustees still pushing to raise the speed limit for school buses

Little progress has been made despite meetings with MLAs and provincial transportation associations
MLA weighs in on recent anti-restriction rallies

MLA weighs in on recent anti-restriction rallies

Glenn van Dijken supports a more regional approach to potential future COVID-19 regulations
Westlock County transfer station saga continues

Westlock County transfer station saga continues

Reeve thinks they should be kept openĀ 
New tax form for working from home

New tax form for working from home

Talk to your accountant about the T2200S form
Barn destroyed in Family Day fire

Barn destroyed in Family Day fire

Barrhead Regional Fire Services newest acquisition put to the test in chilly conditions
County to write off $2.1 million in unpaid oil and gas taxes

County to write off $2.1 million in unpaid oil and gas taxes

Money freed up for COVID-related expenses
COVID-19 restrictions protest moves to Barrhead

COVID-19 restrictions protest moves to Barrhead

Several more rallies planned until the provincial and federal governments "end the lockdown."
Bridging the gap between Amber Valley and St. Albert

Bridging the gap between Amber Valley and St. Albert

"Black History Month is a special time of reflection for my family and me as we reminisce about the time we first arrived in Alberta and the pioneering work of our father and grandfather Elmar Samuel Neil."
Organizer of Enough is Enough rallies ticketed

Organizer of Enough is Enough rallies ticketed

Benita Pedersen faces more than $2,000 in fines under the Public Health Act