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  1. A killer's mother knows the pain facing Steven O'Shaughnessy's familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Bonnie Allen is a senior reporter for CBC News based in Saskatchewan. Before returning to Canada in 2013, Allen spent four years reporting from across Africa, including Libya, South Sudan, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

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  2. Violinist takes top spot in LSO Young Artist competitionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lethbridge Herald

    It's one more testament to the wealth of musical talent in our community - coupled with the teachers and facilities to nurture those gifts. The Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra has named three finalists in its annual Young Artist competition.

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  3. Photo of the Day: Ryan CrearyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bike Magazine

    Born and raised on Canada's east coast, Ryan moved progressively westward looking for the adventures that have defined his photography for the past decade. Now splitting his time between two mountain towns, Revelstoke, BC, and Canmore, Alberta, he thrives on a varied diet of snow, rock, trail and water.

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  4. Capitals lose semifinal game at Esso CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Brandon Sun

    Tamara McVannel of MacGregor was named the top defensive player at the Esso Cup, but she couldn't get the Central Plains Capitals to the final. Carley Olivier and Kailey Lapensee scored power-play goals in the middle frame as the Sudbury Wolves beat the Capitals 3-0 in their Canadian female Midget AAA tournament semifinal on Friday in Red Deer, Alta.

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  5. Racquetball players lose at national eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Brandon Sun

    It was a rough day for Brandonites Milana Paddock and Alex Murray at the Canadian junior racquetball championships, with both of them dropping a pair of matches in Valleyfield, Que. Murray dropped to 0-2 in the 16-and-under girls' singles event with a 15-7, 15-4 loss to top seed Alexis Iwaasa of Lethbridge, Alta.

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  6. Owl's Nest celebrates 40 years of bringing a personal touch to the 'screwy business' of selling booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Canada.com

    CALGARY, AB.; APRIL 20, 2015 -- Michael and Susan Hare pose in their Britannia book store Owls Nest Books Monday April 20, 2015. For Entertainment story by Eric Volmers.

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  7. Pair of locals on bantam rosterRead the original story

    Yesterday | Medincine Hat News

    The best bantam-aged female hockey players in Alberta will descend upon Medicine Hat next week, and this time there will be some locals to cheer for. Redcliff's Kaitlyn Ross and Medicine Hat's Jordan Mortlock were named to the Flyers roster for the six-team tournament which begins April 30 and wraps up May 3 at The Arena.

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  8. Bowler off to nationalsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Medincine Hat News

    ... 2009, where she finished fifth. Last year, with the Canadian 5 Pin Bowling Association, Nunweiler was part of Team Alberta, who finished second at the tournament. Nunweiler finished fourth as a individual. After she ages out of the youth category, ...

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  9. Civic Recognition Awards announcedRead the original story

    Yesterday | Medincine Hat News

    The results are in, though the winners of the 2015 Civic Recognition Awards won't be formally recognized until a ceremony in May. Every two years the City of Medicine Hat announces the awards that recognize outstanding or remarkable achievements that benefit the people of Medicine Hat. - Eldon Wells will receive the Humanitarian award, as the long-time community fundraiser was noted for his work driving children to the Al Azhar Shriners Children's Hospital in Washington state.

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  10. Barnes still wants answers on diagnostic labRead the original story

    Yesterday | Medincine Hat News

    ... it would mean revealing details of a private contract - something that is not allowed. The contract MHDL has with Alberta Health Services will end in March 2017, but services will start being reduced from October 2016, affecting more than 70 jobs ...

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  11. Talk of the Town: Will this election mark the end of the longest-serving government in Canada?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Medincine Hat News

    ... have on voter turnout this time around. What she does anticipate is significant support in Edmonton and northern Alberta for the NDP. Golf not for everyone: The recent huge success of the American Masters Golf Tournament no doubt provided a huge ...

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  12. Woman, 25, charged with the murder of 42-year-old grandfather Wayne LetherbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    The 25-year-old is the third person charged in connection with the death of Wayne Letherby outside the De Winton pub, Tonypandy Jamie Leyshon from Tonypandy and Dean Doggett from Penygraig, both 26, both appeared in Cardiff Crown Court on Thursday charged with murder and have been remanded into custody at Cardiff Prison. Mr Letherby was taken to the Royal Glamorgan Hospital after the incident in De Winton Street, Tonypandy, on Friday, but later died.

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  13. Securities charges droppedRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lethbridge Herald

    Judge Timothy Hironaka ruled Friday in Lethbridge provincial court that Rand Tyler Stevenson and Brent Ray Derricott were not trading or illegally distributing securities, and they didn't mislead some 24 lenders when they collected just over $1 million from them between May 2009 and September 2011. The judge also ruled the third accused, Michael Robert Smylski, had not failed to comply with an Alberta Securities Commission decision in 2010 prohibiting him from trading in securities.

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  14. Reg Lukasik - Liberal candidateRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    ... from selling airplanes to an executive director position of a rehabilitation centre to researching for the Alberta government. His career has taken him through six provinces and two territories. But mostly his work has revolved around flying and ...

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  15. Rus Matichuk - Progressive Conservative candidateRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    ... got ideas on how some adjustments to things like tax structure or securities legislation could help spur growth in Alberta. He'd like to see some initiatives that focus on the urban centres of Calgary and Edmonton reach out into other regions of ...

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  16. On TapRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    As of Thursday, 1,654 entries were processed through www.runwild.ca for the 21.1-kilometre half-marathon run/walk, 10-km run/walk, five-km run/walk and the WildOnes Kids MaraFun for six- to 12-year-olds at the May 3 competition in St. Albert. The half-marathon winner was Sean Seville of St. Albert in one hour, 23 minutes and 14 seconds and the fastest female was Sarah Magdalinski of St. Albert at 1:34:47 for sixth place overall out of 272 finishers.

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  17. Wrestler medals at nationalsRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    ... him and I won at the end,' said Manson, whose previous highest tournament finish was silver as a 14-year-old at the Alberta Winter Games. The majority of Manson's wins at nationals were by points and his only loss was the second match of the ...

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  18. Rugby RoundupRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    The Paul Kane Blues kicked off defence of their metro Edmonton division two women's championship in Tuesday's resounding win over the Sturgeon Spirits at the St. Albert Rugby Football Club. Dana Koroluk, a Grade 12 winger, opened the scoring off a sequence of three ball swings for a try in the corner.

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  19. Turner rebuilds after fireRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    ... thing I was thinking about was not having my phone, just due to the fact that I didn't want my parents to wake up in Alberta and see that there was a fire and not have heard from me and not know if I'm OK. However, due to compliance issues ...

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  20. Scouts encourage St. Albertans to do a good turn this weekRead the original story

    Yesterday | St. Albert Gazette

    Pierre Chong, of the 12th St. Albert Scouts, picks up a piece of garbage at Elmer S. Gish School on Wednesday evening. Scouts all across the St. Albert area will be helping out in any way they can for Good Turn Week, and they want you to join in too.

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