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Edson man arrested for breaking into lease site

Edson man arrested for breaking into lease site

The suspect vehicle, a silver Chevrolet, had been stolen the day prior from a residence in Edson. The male and the truck were searched incidental to arrest and other stolen property was found, including copper wires from the oil lease site.
Suzuki: High hopes for hemp?

Suzuki: High hopes for hemp?

"Overall, whether it’s used for fabrics, bioplastics, fuels, paper products or building materials, hemp has many advantages and few disadvantages."
Firearms, $75,000 of stolen property found in Hinton industrial bay

Firearms, $75,000 of stolen property found in Hinton industrial bay

Hinton RCMP discovered over $75,000 worth of confirmed stolen property as well as stolen firearms, ammunition and prohibited weapons.
‘Tis the tick season: Dog owners encouraged to watch out for ticks

‘Tis the tick season: Dog owners encouraged to watch out for ticks

The only ticks that have been recorded so far in Jasper National Park are the ones that do not carry Lyme Disease, but that could change at any time.
Op-ed: The liberal government’s attack on agriculture

Op-ed: The liberal government’s attack on agriculture

"As Common-Sense Conservatives, we stand as the sole defenders of farmers' lives and livelihoods. We recognize the critical importance of agriculture to our nation's health and economy."
No secondary measles cases reported in Alberta, vaccination urged

No secondary measles cases reported in Alberta, vaccination urged

No secondary cases of measles have been reported in Alberta since a public health alert was issued on April 24, according to Alberta Health Services.
Op-ed: Is our government working for Albertans?

Op-ed: Is our government working for Albertans?

"It seems that our provincial government is more interested in consolidating and concentrating power into their own hands than governing for Albertans."
Fort Mac neighbourhoods evacuating to escape wildfire

Fort Mac neighbourhoods evacuating to escape wildfire

Calmer winds and cooler temps were expected to help wildland firefighters at the Fort Mac wildfire on Wednesday.
Mayor intrigued in Alberta’s proposal for more passenger rail service to Jasper

Mayor intrigued in Alberta’s proposal for more passenger rail service to Jasper

The province's plan starts with a $9 million investment from Budget 2024.
Council likely won’t shift tax burden from businesses to homeowners

Council likely won’t shift tax burden from businesses to homeowners

"It is challenging for me to see any fair way to pass that on to residents as residents."
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