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Andreea Resmerita

Andreea Resmerita is a reporter/photographer at Westlock News and has been covering municipal affairs, community events and sports regularly since she started in May. Also in her portfolio: provincial politics, features and opinion.

Phone
780-349-3033 ext. 7
Email
aresmerita@westlock.greatwest.ca
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Recent Work by Andreea

Westlock County considers options for Pembina River flood hazard map

Westlock County considers options for Pembina River flood hazard map

Associated costs are prohibitive and the province has no plans to participate
WES teacher returns from Australia exchange

WES teacher returns from Australia exchange

"We couldn’t ask for more from the experience, especially for the kids."
Fire chiefs want you to test your CO alarm

Fire chiefs want you to test your CO alarm

“Silent killer” calls average five a year in Westlock County
MP apologizes for  sex work remarks

MP apologizes for sex work remarks

Arnold Viersen asked female NDP MP if she ever ‘considered’ sex work
Bag ban should lead to less blowing waste

Bag ban should lead to less blowing waste

With Sobeys eliminating plastic bags it could cut down on some landfill problems, says Westlock official
Bag ban should lead to less blowing waste

Bag ban should lead to less blowing waste

With Sobeys eliminating plastic bags it could cut down on some landfill problems, says Westlock official
A day of fun, friendship and family

A day of fun, friendship and family

Pembina Driftbusters took to the trails for their annual rally held Feb. 1
Westlock County at risk of deficit from unpaid oil and gas taxes

Westlock County at risk of deficit from unpaid oil and gas taxes

Some provincial credit is available, but won’t cover entire shortfall
Sports meets mental health at "Playing with Fire"

Sports meets mental health at "Playing with Fire"

The Westlock Warriors-supported event has concluded its final lineup for the night
ID scanners considered for liquor store theft prevention

ID scanners considered for liquor store theft prevention

Local RCMP and liquor store owner taking wait-and-see approach