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Barry Kerton

Barry Kerton

Barry Kerton is the editor of the Barrhead Leader. He joined the publication in 2014. His main beats include the Barrhead municipal councils. However, he also covers sports, court, and Pembina Hills School Division when the need arises.

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Recent Work by Barry

Bombers lose tough one at home

Bombers lose tough one at home

Undermanned Bombers squad makes it hard on CAJHL defending champions
Daughter alleges mother neglected at northern Alberta care facility

Daughter alleges mother neglected at northern Alberta care facility

Alberta Health Services has launched internal investigation after substandard care alleged for Alzheimer's disease patient at Barrhead Continuing Care Centre.
Barrhead bobsledder makes successful return

Barrhead bobsledder makes successful return

Melissa Lotholz ready to help Canadian Bobsleigh Team qualify third sled for World Championships
Bombers fail to break losing streak

Bombers fail to break losing streak

Team captain Cade Bohn says team remains upbeat going into their final game before the all-star break
Tough loss against division rival

Tough loss against division rival

Barrhead Bombers start the New Year on the wrong foot

Barrhead Bombers start the New Year on the wrong foot

Uninspired effort leads to 6-1 home loss
Lac Ste. Anne County settles administration building lawsuit for over $8 million

Lac Ste. Anne County settles administration building lawsuit for over $8 million

Councillors decided to accept recommendation of arbitrator and legal team for $8.5 million
Society going ahead with restoration of 110-year-old Alberta church destroyed by arson

Society going ahead with restoration of 110-year-old Alberta church destroyed by arson

Community group meets to discuss ways they can restore the historic building which was the victim of arson
Bombers go into holiday break with a win

Bombers go into holiday break with a win

Barrhead defeats the Vegreville Vipers 5-4 at the Agrena during Teddy Bear Toss Night
Future of historic Alberta churches destroyed by arson in doubt

Future of historic Alberta churches destroyed by arson in doubt

Community group to meet to determine next step in restoring historic St. Aidan's Church; Historical Society says Pioneer Memorial Church unlikely to be rebuilt
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