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Lantern festival shines brilliantly on Innisfail

Lantern festival shines brilliantly on Innisfail

About 350 citizens attend first annual event in Innisfail; plans start for next year
Successful reopening hinges in large part on vaccinations, says Sundre doctor

Successful reopening hinges in large part on vaccinations, says Sundre doctor

Impact of likely regional variant outbreaks will be lessened among immunized populations; Dr. Michelle Warren
Restrictions being lifted at area seniors lodges

Restrictions being lifted at area seniors lodges

All limits to dining and recreation activities are to be removed
Learning recovery plan will help students

Learning recovery plan will help students

In the fall teachers will be using a math survey to test students from Grade 2 to Grade 10
Area seniors lodge restrictions remain in place

Area seniors lodge restrictions remain in place

While residents are not required to wear masks in common areas, all visitors must wear masks during visits
Teacher teams will help improve academic excellence: plan

Teacher teams will help improve academic excellence: plan

Chinook's Edge School Division aims to "meet each and every student where they are at," associate superintendent says
10 new campground cabins added to Innisfail zoo

10 new campground cabins added to Innisfail zoo

Ambitious plan will increase the number of cabin rentals to 16
Town of Innisfail ends mandatory masking policy

Town of Innisfail ends mandatory masking policy

Staff will still be given choice on whether to still wear a mask
First-time Carstairs author makes most of COVID

First-time Carstairs author makes most of COVID

Anne Strilchuk fulfills life-long aspiration to pen children's book
Olds College anticipates in-person classes this fall

Olds College anticipates in-person classes this fall

The college posted two grad ceremonies online in one day due to the pandemic: for 2020 and 2021