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Joe McWilliams For Spotlight Fire season in Alberta started on March 1 and looking around at the snow-covered landscape, you might think: ‘Fire season? ‘Give me a break!’ That’s one way of looking at it. Here’s another one. A week…

Spotlight Staff Twenty-nine walk-in clinics across Alberta can now prescribe and supply naloxone, a drug that can temporarily reverse a fentanyl overdose, buying a user time to seek potentially life-saving medical treatment. Alberta Health Services (AHS), with funding from Alberta…

ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 A desire to experience thrills and sensory enjoyment is building within you, Aries. You may find yourself drawn to anything that seems risky or out of character. TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, you are…

Grand Prairie RCMP News release On Feb. 21, at approximately 8:30 a.m., a male entered the RCMP detachment to speak to police about a routine traffic matter. While in the building, police recognized male as the suspect in a recent…

Daniel Gérard Joseph Gauthier June 11, 1965 – December 11, 1965 Daniel Gérard Joseph Gauthier, a longtime resident of the Donnelly area, passed away at Donnelly, AB on December 11th, 2015 at the age of 50. Daniel was born on June 11th,…

Residents at Manoir du Lac giving knitting instruction to attentive Ecole Providence students, February 23. Tom Henihan Express Staff   Beginning on Tuesday February 23, Ecole Providence students Grade 3 and up visited the residents at Manoir du Lac in…

Dan Dibbelt Smoky River Regional Economic Development   Don’t know what you have till its gone   Many people are calling the latest oil crash a correction. Albertans were working too hard. Wages were too high. Labor shortages made it…

It was Pink Shirt Day at Ecole Routhier in Falher on Feb. 24. Students took a stand against bullying and showed their support by dressing in pink for the day. At right is Colette Turcotte’s Grade 3F class. Above left…