EI Youth Ranch teen facing attempted murder charge – final decision expected March 23 – read this week’s LEADER now!

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Heartland event gets high praise from Bruderheim Mayor – read the January 31 Leader online now!

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Opinion: Time for social media to be legally accountable for itself

MORE…. SEE THIS WEEK’S LEADER But first let me clarify, if true, a public statement can not be libelous. However, statements made that are untrue and published on social media which cause a person, company or organization a provable loss… Continue Reading

Churches getting scalped in utility charges, government more interested in marijuana

Dear Editor: This is an open letter to the premier. I am a member of a small country church in East Central Alberta. I wasn’t involved in paying the utility bills, so I did not know the extent of them… Continue Reading

Team Alberta Bound

Cole Chudyk was recruited from the Lamont Pre-Novice Hawks and asked try out for the AAA Team Alberta Spring Hockey team at Serdachny Powerskating and Hockey program, Jan. 20. “Cole attended the tryouts along with 40 other kids,” said mom,… Continue Reading