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Kristine Jean

Kristine Jean

Kristine Jean is a reporter with the Innisfail Province, joining the newspaper in 2015. She covers Penhold municipal politics, news and community events as well as sports in and around the town as well as in Innisfail.

Recent Work by Kristine

CP Holiday Train makes festive return to Innisfail

CP Holiday Train makes festive return to Innisfail

Hundreds attend for festive fundraiser for food banks
Innisfail non-profits benefit from St. Mark’s Anglican Church donations

Innisfail non-profits benefit from St. Mark’s Anglican Church donations

St. Mark's Anglican Church gives generously
Penhold tackles tight budget process

Penhold tackles tight budget process

Council aims for zero tax increase
Supporting Christmas fundraiser for cystic fibrosis

Supporting Christmas fundraiser for cystic fibrosis

Hundreds attend annual Breakfast with Santa
Holiday train arrives in Innisfail Saturday with special local guest

Holiday train arrives in Innisfail Saturday with special local guest

Grade 6 student Jude Barker wins ride on CP Holiday Train
Items of historical value stolen from Penhold museum

Items of historical value stolen from Penhold museum

Believed to be first break-in and theft in 25 years
Innisfail Eagles dominate in home opener

Innisfail Eagles dominate in home opener

Birds win second game of the season 8-5
Parent Link to close for new childcare system

Parent Link to close for new childcare system

Closure will result in staff layoffs
The ladies of the Innisfail legion bid farewell today

The ladies of the Innisfail legion bid farewell today

Ladies auxiliary shutting down after 89 years
Pet Photos with Santa help local communities

Pet Photos with Santa help local communities

Penhold skatepark and Innisfail food bank to benefit