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Cold snap means good business for some

Cold snap means good business for some

Tow company, furnace installers and auto parts store were all busy during the coldest week of the year
Pembina Hills School Division's fiscal woes improve slightly

Pembina Hills School Division's fiscal woes improve slightly

Division now expecting operating deficit of $2.205 million
Tawatinaw resident wakes to burning truck in driveway

Tawatinaw resident wakes to burning truck in driveway

Few details have been released, but incident reveals difficulties of rural policing
Pembina Hills considering  reducing board to six trustees

Pembina Hills considering reducing board to six trustees

Residents can have their say via an online survey until Feb. 10, or at school council meetings
Westlock welcomes first baby of 2020

Westlock welcomes first baby of 2020

Kenzie Leann Sabourin born Jan. 11
Province launches consultation on the future of ‘farmer-led research’

Province launches consultation on the future of ‘farmer-led research’

Local session slated for Barrhead Jan. 22, but producers can also fill out an online survey before Jan. 31
Tawatinaw continues to expand outdoor opportunities

Tawatinaw continues to expand outdoor opportunities

Pembina Pipelines donates $13,000 for snowshoe trail
CATS Family Series begins next month

CATS Family Series begins next month

First show of the year will be Feb. 1 in Westlock
Warriors playoff hopes hanging by a thread

Warriors playoff hopes hanging by a thread

Club needs a win tonight, Jan. 17, at home versus Fort Saskatchewan
PHSD chair talks 2020 challenges

PHSD chair talks 2020 challenges

Jennifer Tuininga preparing for new education funding framework