A Sedgewick woman, Bea Jae Jacobsen, has started an online donation fund, and is running an online auction on Facebook, “to raise a bit of money to help my cousin and his very young family, as they face not one, but two battles,” she says.
“Justin is my cousin and Emily his girlfriend… and their young world has been rocked.” Read More →
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Wednesday, Sept. 10 was National Suicide Prevention day, and organizers of the Mental Health Fair in Hardisty made that their focus as they invited the Flagstaff and Hardisty Complex communities in to talk about mental health issues, and raise awareness. Read More →
The Central High grads celebrated their achievements on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Sedgewick Rec. Centre, with the theme, “Here’s to moving on.” Read More →
On Sunday morning, wires were finally strung on the new towers for the Eastern Alberta Transmission lines. Three workers who arrived there via a helicopter hopped from tower to tower, being fed lines by the same chopper. Drivers on Highway 13 were able to watch the work being done, which was not for the faint of heart. These photos were captured west of Strome. Read More →