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Kevin Berger

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Former ADLC teacher to run for Pembina Hills school board

Former ADLC teacher to run for Pembina Hills school board

Gary Frederickson worked for Alberta Distance Learning Centre over 15 years and has long background in education, business and sports
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
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.
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
Trapping has come a long way, says ATA rep

Trapping has come a long way, says ATA rep

Ross Hinter talks about trapping and the role of the Alberta Trappers Association at July 22 chamber meeting
Barrhead team roper wins Bob Feist Invitational

Barrhead team roper wins Bob Feist Invitational

Kolton Schmidt and partner Wyatt Cox rope six head of cattle in 40.27 seconds
10 beds closed at Barrhead Healthcare Centre

10 beds closed at Barrhead Healthcare Centre

Obstetrics program also shut down in July, with another closure slated for Aug. 14-29
MP Viersen says delay of Bill C-208 part of trend of Liberals ignoring Parliament’s wishes

MP Viersen says delay of Bill C-208 part of trend of Liberals ignoring Parliament’s wishes

Legislation would amend Income Tax Act to remove tax burden on farm families transferring assets between family members
Blue-green algae spotted in parts of Thunder Lake

Blue-green algae spotted in parts of Thunder Lake

Residents advised to avoid swimming in parts of lake where algae is visible
Woodlands County adopts policy outlining rules for broadcasting meetings

Woodlands County adopts policy outlining rules for broadcasting meetings

Council had previously used portion of MOST grant to install streaming and recording equipment at Whitecourt, Fort Assiniboine