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Innisfail ready this week to combat bullying

Innisfail ready this week to combat bullying

Mayor Brian Spiller proclaimed Innisfail to be a ‘community striving to be bully free' in council last week.
Penhold council brings new ideas to the table

Penhold council brings new ideas to the table

Nov. 12 was the first official council meeting of the newly elected council. Councillors did meet Oct. 28 for an organizational meeting but last week's was the first chance for the new members to get down to business.
Town paying waterline cost

Town paying waterline cost

The town has agreed to contribute $16,137 to the cost of a waterline that will service an industrial area that was first eyed for development nine years ago. At council's regular meeting on Oct.
Cops make arrests in burglary and stolen property probe

Cops make arrests in burglary and stolen property probe

Innisfail RCMP is expected to lay charges against local citizens in connection to a massive burglary bust in the region on Nov. 8 that resulted in the recovery of tens of thousands of dollars of stolen property.
Tories slammed again for not aiding Batten child

Tories slammed again for not aiding Batten child

Alberta Health Minister Fred Horne has finally sent local MLA Kerry Towle a letter about the funding issue for five-year-old Brooke Aubuchon but it's being tossed aside as “bureaucratic nonsense.
RCMP make major weapons and drug bust

RCMP make major weapons and drug bust

RCMP from Red Deer has laid multiple drug and weapons charges against four men, including one Innisfailian, who are believed by police to be connected to organized crime.
Routine traffic stop leads to drug charges

Routine traffic stop leads to drug charges

An Innisfail man is facing drug trafficking charges following a routine traffic stop in town last week. Innisfail RCMP Staff Sgt. Chris Matechuk said at about 1:30 a.m. on Nov.
Town fires back against AltaLink plan

Town fires back against AltaLink plan

The town has formally filed an objection to the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) on AltaLink's plan to build a new electrical power infrastructure through the southern edge of the community -- charging it will have negative economic and social impa
World-class destination centre still in the works

World-class destination centre still in the works

Although on a bit of a hiatus, the Forth Junction Project is still a go, says Penhold's Paul Pettypiece.
Innisfail's Snow Angels are ready to come to the rescue

Innisfail's Snow Angels are ready to come to the rescue

It was not long in coming.
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