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Innisfail News

Teachers asked to forgo wage increase

The Government of Alberta is expected to ask Alberta teachers to forgo their approximately 4.

Public passes on buying historical home

Despite several expressions of interest, none of the groups that submitted letters of intent to the Town of Innisfail were able to follow through in purchasing the Dr. George/Kemp house.

Penhold's fire dept. expects busy 2011

The demand for firefighter services in the Penhold area this year is expected to be consistent with 2010, based on growth trends and confidence in the market, says Penhold’s fire chief.

Neighbourhood News

ABERDEEN NEWS Aberdeen Welfare Workers update By F. Quesseth Nine ladies attended the January meeting of the Aberdeen Welfare Workers. It was held at the home of Roberta and Lou Armstrong. Roll call was answered with payment of dues for 2011.
Investigation focused on train parts from derailment

Investigation focused on train parts from derailment

The Transportation Safety Board is investigating the mechanical parts of a derailed Canadian Pacific Railway train to determine what caused it to jump the tracks a few miles north of Innisfail along Highway 2A last Tuesday morning.

Hairdresser cuts for cancer awareness

For 13 years, Julieanne Stunden has been operating Stylez On The Go, a mobile hair salon catering to women who are unable to go to a salon.
Christmas Bureau served record number of families in 2011

Christmas Bureau served record number of families in 2011

A record number of local families this holiday season utilized the services of the Innisfail and District Christmas Bureau.

Police briefs

Six impaired over holidays Checkstops were conducted over the holiday season with police setting up just off the overpass from Highway 2, downtown on the main street and outside town on C&E Trail.