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A look back... by JAMIE NESBITT - Bulletin Editor
Nally’s chip plant lost in
Monday afternoon fire
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Bob Scammell – Alberta Outdoors
The cover of the “2015 Alberta Guide to Sportfishing Regulations” brought an agonized, involuntary groan from deep within me: a gorgeous portrait of a native fish, an Arctic grayling, a too-frequent sign in recent years of another native species in such trouble that yet another zero limit is being imposed on anglers.
Inside, the “Message from the Minister” confirms the worst, that the provincial Fish Sustainability Index shows “overall declines in Arctic grayling populations,” therefore “we are implementing a province wide catch-and-release regulation to better protect this species.”  Full Story >
Just a few words... by Jon Nesbitt
Wednesday, April 1 – Carol Hemsing
Cheryl Nesbitt
Thursday, April 2 – Russ Charles
Karen Winters
Bev Nelson Jr.
Friday, April 3 – Holly Olivier Webber
Doris Day
Saturday, April 4 – Bill Beny
Jamie Nesbitt
Barry Wilson
Byron Smith
Gordon Fowler
Blake Mulvey
Janet Moreau
Sunday, April 5 – Patty Snyders
Tuesday, April 7 – Ray Juska (61)  Full Story >
Life as I know it! by Colleen Crawford
Eternally Grateful  Full Story >
Montreal, Toronto could be great team - NATIONAL AFFAIRS by CHANTAL HEBERT
In the ongoing courtship between the mayors of Canada’s two biggest cities, Montreal’s Denis Coderre is the pursuer and Toronto’s John Tory the pursued party . . . for now.
That’s because if there were a lonely hearts club for Canadian cities, Montreal would be its most prominent member.   Full Story >
Sports Talk by Bruce Parker
 One of the benefits of having a 30-year career writing sports for this newspaper is I have met many coaches who are dedicated to bringing the best out of their players.
 Scott Brandt is one such man and as such was recognized with the Michelle Kennedy Memorial volunteer award.
 I have had the pleasure of knowing Scott for many years and believe the Brooks Minor Hockey Association could not have picked a better recipient for the honor.
 The man spends countless hours trying to come up with drills for practice that will not only challenge his players but make them better.  Full Story >
Daycare abruptly closes doors  

Three men charged in local hash oil lab bust 

McDonald shuts door on Bandits 

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