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ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, exercise patience as you try to resolve a situation this week. You may have found a solution that works for everyone, but it may take time for others to adjust. TAURUS – Apr 21/May…
PIC – Burse Turenne Scholarship

The Burse Turenne Scholarship was presented at GPV on Sept. 1. Above Luc Blanchette accepts for Alanna Blanchette and Kristen Tardiff accepts for Shanell Tardif. Jennifer Mader is the other recipient of the $1,100 bursary.

Commentary by Jeff Burgar A most interesting comment was made at one of our community schools a few years by a graduating student. The young gentleman, in his address said, and I paraphrase his words, “I urge everybody learn to…

Express Staff On Sept. 7, the RCMP responded to a complaint about the theft of tools from a vehicle in McLennan. The RCMP believes they were stolen between 10 p.m. on Sept. 6 and 8 a.m. on Sept. 7. The…
Rain did not stop the Capitals Golf Tournament

Tom Henihan Spotlight On the morning of Saturday September 3, it was doubtful if the second annual Sucker Creep Capitals Fall 4 Ball Tournament would go ahead. Those who had already shown up asked tournament organizer Lonnie Willier if he…

For Immediate Release   File: 2016-1192728   September 9th, 2016   “Canadian Revenue Agency” Fraud, Strikes Again   St. Albert, AB -On Thursday, September 8th, 2016, St. Albert RCMP received report of a fraud that cost the victim thousands of…
Local wild game butcher has 40 years of experience

Mac Olsen Spotlight Whether you have a white-tailed doe or a bull moose carcass, or even a cattle carcass, Blaine Bebeau and his daughter, Lorriann Bebeau, provide an outstanding product for sausage, pepperoni and hamburger. “With forty years of meat…

ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 A playful and generous spirit make you a favorite friend to have around, Aries. Many may be clamoring for your attention, and you do not know where to direct it first. TAURUS – Apr 21/May…
No straps required with this trail camera mount

Mac Olsen Spotlight Hunters and property owners using trail cameras to keep an eye on what’s traveling through a piece of land now have an easy way to mount them without the necessity of straps. James Tupper, owner of Carcajou…