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HPV vaccine practice not changing, says Catholic board chair

HPV vaccine practice not changing, says Catholic board chair By Dan Singleton MVP staff The Red Deer Catholic Regional School Division – which includes schools in Innisfail and Olds and has students from across the region – will not be changing its c

Study looks at improvements if Highway 2A twinned

The main concerns from an open house held in Penhold on June 26 regarding twinning Highway 2A were about individual impact on property.

Lightning strike turns out the lights

A lightning strike touched down in Penhold on the afternoon of June 24, causing power outages to about 2,000 electric customers.
Crowd comes out to voice concern over taxes

Crowd comes out to voice concern over taxes

More than 200 people made their way out to a “town meeting” held by a Penhold resident for people to address concerns about property tax rates.

Bail granted to accused bomber

The man accused in the bombing murder of Vicky Shachtay was released on bail after a hearing held in Edmonton on June 28. Brian Malley was arrested in Innisfail on May 25.

New date set for former RCMP officer court appearance

A former Innisfail RCMP officer who was convicted of criminal harassment, extortion and mortgage fraud will be back in Red Deer court on July 19.

Police briefs

Road rage RCMP are looking for a Caucasian male between 25 and 30 years of age after a driver was assaulted on the QEII on June 27. A press release from the Innisfail RCMP Integrated Traffic Unit said shortly before 8:30 a.m.

Council briefs

Record management and FOIP bylaw approved Council passed a bylaw that will allow for a records management and freedom of information and protection of privacy policy.

Whistle debate coming to council

Council will be revisiting discussions on whether or not to proceed with a proposal to Canadian Pacific Railway regarding banning or limiting train whistles when trains rumble through town.