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Janice Huser

Janice Huser

Janice Huser has been with the St. Paul Journal since 2006. She is a graduate of the SAIT print media journalism program, is originally from St. Paul and has a passion for photography.

Recent Work by Janice

10-year-old bird enthusiast bursting with information

10-year-old bird enthusiast bursting with information

It doesn’t take long to grasp how much knowledge, excitement and wonder 10-year-old Zander Yakiwchuk contains - and it's a lot.
Iron Horse Ultra marathon pushes the limits

Iron Horse Ultra marathon pushes the limits

St. Paul resident Jocelyn Cote was one of 93 athletes who took off from the start line on Oct. 2, attempting the Iron Horse Ultra. After 19 hours, Cote crossed the finish line.
Jeremy Hall set to compete Thursday night in Tokyo

Jeremy Hall set to compete Thursday night in Tokyo

The Lakeland's own Jeremy Hall will be competing in the PR2Mix category, alongside his rowing partner Jessye Brockway.
Nurses take part in Day of Action

Nurses take part in Day of Action

'The system isn't working the way it is right now.'
Insect nests spotted in Two Hills area

Insect nests spotted in Two Hills area

Ugly nest caterpillars are likely the culprit of strange webbing seen along a fence line in the County of Two Hills.
Blue Quills getting ready to host international conference

Blue Quills getting ready to host international conference

Everyone is welcomed to register and take part in the World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) and World Indigenous Research Education Conference (WIREC)
'We want to find the children'

'We want to find the children'

A rally made its way from the west side of St. Paul to the St. Paul cathedral on Tuesday, remembering the lives lost at residential schools, honouring the survivors, and asking for answers.
Ceremonial four-day fire offers opportunity for stories and prayers at Blue Quills

Ceremonial four-day fire offers opportunity for stories and prayers at Blue Quills

"We are grieving. We know there are questions out there, but right now we need to grieve, to be there for and with one another, to share our stories, our songs, our prayers, our tears, our support. We will get to those questions, but for now we mourn."
Memorial on the steps of Cathedral honours 215 lives

Memorial on the steps of Cathedral honours 215 lives

"I really believe that as a community we have to reach out. We're all equal. We're all important. We all have something to offer the community, and we all bleed red."
'Open for summer plan' hinges on vaccination rates

'Open for summer plan' hinges on vaccination rates

Restrictions will be eased as more Albertans get their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, with a complete reopening expected for early July.