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Fall For Fall

2018-09-02T09:46:01+00:00

  Fall For Fall September 2, 2018   By Leah Nissly I have a hunch that fall is the favorite season of many.  The return to schedule, the briskness in the air, the smell and warmth of a bonfire, not to mention the shockingly gorgeous color in our trees.  It also brings [...]

Fall For Fall2018-09-02T09:46:01+00:00

You Have To Give Back with Anna Albert

2018-09-02T09:18:03+00:00

  You Have To Give Back (with Anna Albert)  Sept 2, 2018 By Susan Weisenburger It is interesting how our childhood experiences tend to define us. A lot of people recall who they were as children and then discover that life unfolding did not stray far from those themes. Anna began her [...]

You Have To Give Back with Anna Albert2018-09-02T09:18:03+00:00

Community Libraries – More Than Just Books!

2018-08-24T11:50:03+00:00

  Community Libraries - More Than Just Books! August 24, 2018 What comes to mind when you think of the library?  The smell of dust, the whispers of patrons, the dark corners where no one would dare to go?  How about decimal numbers and the sound of pages turning? These are just [...]

Community Libraries – More Than Just Books!2018-08-24T11:50:03+00:00

Honest about growth as a blessing and a challenge – Part 1

2018-08-14T15:38:35+00:00

  Honest about growth as a blessing and a challenge August 14, 2018   By Susan Weisenburger Lois and Brian Kornichuk were living a marvelous life in Yellowknife, NWT raising their children to marrying age and easing their working lives into retirement. Brian got to the end of the labor road before [...]

Honest about growth as a blessing and a challenge – Part 12018-08-14T15:38:35+00:00

Be Proud and Support the Spruce Grove GSA Society

2018-08-14T15:23:40+00:00

  Be Proud and Support the Spruce Grove GSA Society August 14, 2018   By Mckenzie Swanson Recently, I had the amazing opportunity to come in contact with an incredibly heartfelt and impactful woman in our community. Being the organizer of the Spruce Grove GSA Society, Jody Tucker, is an amazing citizen [...]

Be Proud and Support the Spruce Grove GSA Society2018-08-14T15:23:40+00:00

School is Out, Summer Is In

2018-08-09T09:03:40+00:00

  School Is Out, Summer Is In August 9, 2018   By Mckenzie Swanson Calling all youths - I have a huge announcement…. Sadly, summer is almost over, which means it’s time for you to get out in the sun and have a little fun before it’s too late. And fortunately for [...]

School is Out, Summer Is In2018-08-09T09:03:40+00:00

Bridge to Care offers new service to Tri-Region Families

2018-08-05T15:06:41+00:00

  Bridge to Care Offers New Service To Tri-Region Families  August 5, 2018 Bridge to Care has added a new service for families who require special needs care. EBENEZER HOME :(3 Hours to 24 Hours Respite Care) Managed by Bridge to Care Inc. Now families can experience that rest through Bridge to [...]

Bridge to Care offers new service to Tri-Region Families2018-08-05T15:06:41+00:00

Life Is Still Good with Ray Weisenburger

2018-08-05T14:39:25+00:00

  Life is Still Good with Ray Weisenburger  July 24, 2018 By Susan Weisenburger I can't believe it has been nearly twenty years since my father in law left his beloved farm in northern AB to make a new home here closer to his children. Ray says that life has a way [...]

Life Is Still Good with Ray Weisenburger2018-08-05T14:39:25+00:00

Fighter Control Operator with Rita Jordan

2018-07-24T09:57:14+00:00

  Fighter Control Operator with Rita Jordan  July 24, 2018 By Susan Weisenburger One never knows what to expect when you sit down with a total stranger and ask a few probing questions. I could never have predicted that day I would catch a glimpse of Canadian Cold War history and a [...]

Fighter Control Operator with Rita Jordan2018-07-24T09:57:14+00:00