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Search warrant executed in Kehewin leads to seizure of drugs, guns, and stolen property

On April 28, members of the Bonnyville RCMP conducted a targeted search warrant at a residence within Kehewin Cree Nation, leading to the discovery of a cache of illicit substances, firearms, and stolen property.     During the thorough search. Law enforcement uncovered a troubling array of items, including stolen Milwaukee...

Traffic stop in Kehewin leads to arrests, seizure of firearm

On April 24, Bonnyville RCMP conducted a routine traffic stop in Kehewin, which quickly escalated when officers reported spotted a firearm in the vehicle, resulting in the arrest of all three occupants. Upon further investigation, police discovered a loaded 12-gauge shotgun, cocaine, and brass knuckles during a search of...

City of Cold Lake intensifies efforts to address vagrancy and public safety concerns

In response to escalating concerns regarding vagrancy and anti-social behavior, the city of Cold Lake is taking decisive steps to safeguard public safety and address the needs of vulnerable individuals within the community.     Collaborating closely with the Cold Lake John Howard Society, the city has tried to provide support...

County of St. Paul approves 2024 budget amid financial challenges

The county of St. Paul has finalized its 2024 Municipal Operating and Capital Budget, shedding light on the financial landscape the region faces, including increased costs, loss of revenue, and the impact of provincial mandates.     During its monthly Public Works meeting on April 23, the county council approved the...

Cold Lake city council supports Casino Dene expansion proposed by Cold Lake First Nations

In a move aimed at bolstering economic development and fostering community partnership, the Cold Lake city council has voted to provide Cold Lake First Nations with a letter of support for an expansion to Casino Dene.    The decision comes following a formal request outlined in a letter from Cold...

Bonnyville town council approves balanced budgets, maintains two percent tax increase

Bonnyville town council has greenlit its 2024 capital and operating budgets, opting to maintain a two percent tax increase while prioritizing economic development and essential services.   Presenting the budget during the town's regular council meeting on April 23, Chief Administrative Officer Bill Rogers expressed optimism about Bonnyville’s economic outlook....
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