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Spencer Kemp-Boulet

Spencer Kemp-Boulet

Spencer Kemp-Boulet joined The Westlock News in August of 2021. Spencer enjoys writing about what's happening around Westlock no matter how big or small it might be or what it is, anything from sports to accidents and local politics and more.

Phone
780-350-0832
Email
skemp@westlock.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Spencer

Clem Fagnan claims Evergreen trustee seat

Clem Fagnan claims Evergreen trustee seat

Fagnan beats incumbent Caren Mueller by 102 votes
Ten Westlock athletes qualify for cross country running provincials

Ten Westlock athletes qualify for cross country running provincials

Eleven students from St. Mary School and R.F. Staples competed at zones
Advance polls open again this week

Advance polls open again this week

The town has two advance polls this week, while the county will have one
HSAA red alert highlights paramedic shortage in rural communities

HSAA red alert highlights paramedic shortage in rural communities

For a short period of time Oct. 5 no ambulances were available in Westlock and Barrhead
Thunderbirds roll to St. Paul tournament title

Thunderbirds roll to St. Paul tournament title

Senior boys claim gold, while the senior girls net bronze
Sherry Allen reclaims Pembina Hills East Ward 2

Sherry Allen reclaims Pembina Hills East Ward 2

Keeping schools open is her long-term goal
Caren Mueller and Clem Fagnan face off for Evergreen trustee seat

Caren Mueller and Clem Fagnan face off for Evergreen trustee seat

Mueller has over 20 years of experience as school trustee, while Fagnan sports more than 20 years as a municipal politician
Two candidates, one goal

Two candidates, one goal

Maureen Schnirer and Philip Petkau both aim to address the government’s controversial K-6 curriculum
Out with the old, in with the new

Out with the old, in with the new

Village of Clyde welcomes five new councillors
Four candidates running for Westlock's Pembina Hills trustee seat

Four candidates running for Westlock's Pembina Hills trustee seat

Seat open as incumbent Wendy Scinski chose not to run again