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Football players rally in Calgary for Aidan

Football players rally in Calgary for Aidan

While the third suspect in the alleged Raspberry Park bullying attack was apprehended and charged last weekend, Aidan Remple's determined fight against bullies was honoured last weekend during a Calgary football game.
It's all over

It's all over

Mayor Jim Romane has changed his mind about running for a second term and officially announced his retirement from municipal politics at last night's regular council meeting. “I have decided not to run now. It is time.
Town approves updated Business Licensing Bylaw

Town approves updated Business Licensing Bylaw

The town has brought in a new Business Licensing Bylaw that will raise fees for 2014, create longer approval times and crack down on out of town businesses, including contractors and realtors, who have been operating unimpeded in the community for de
Loving Canada across the Trans-Canada Trail

Loving Canada across the Trans-Canada Trail

Dana Meise is aiming to be the first Canadian to have walked to all three of Canada's kilometre zero signs. The Thunder Bay, Ont. man, who originally hails from Prince George, B.C.
Minor injuries result from frightening crash

Minor injuries result from frightening crash

What could have been a horrific high-speed highway accident near Bowden resulted in no fatalities or any series injuries.
Cleaning up spoiled soils from the past

Cleaning up spoiled soils from the past

Dave Muddle can finally have his day in ridding his property of its hidden past.
indecent act in Pine Lake

indecent act in Pine Lake

Police are seeking the public's help to locate a man responsible for committing an indecent act against a woman at the Pine Lake Leisure Campground. Innisfail RCMP Cpl. Jeff Hildebrandt said shortly before 11 p.m. on Aug.
Raspberry Park community shocked over teen's beating

Raspberry Park community shocked over teen's beating

Raspberry Park residents have been left horrified following the incident where a 14-year-old boy was attacked in an alleged act of bullying, with many saying they are going to think twice before letting their kids get out of sight.
New Napoleon Lake development moves forward

New Napoleon Lake development moves forward

Town council has committed spending $3.75 million to start construction on a new high-end residential development at Napoleon Lake.
Comedy is afoot as ITT prepares for its upcoming season

Comedy is afoot as ITT prepares for its upcoming season

The talented group of players at Innisfail Town Theatre (ITT) is gearing up for another exciting season -- one that promises something old, something new, lots of laughs and maybe even a few tears for local patrons of the arts.
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