Shaela Dansereau

Manny’s Motel demolition. Shaela Dansereau/ The Pipestone Flyer.

Manny’s demolition under way this week.

Manny’s has been vacant since the January fire that took place at the property.

Manny’s Motel demolition. Shaela Dansereau/ The Pipestone Flyer.
COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

Temporary COVID-19 testing sites coming to Wetaskiwin and Ponoka

The Wetaskiwin location will open Oct. 23, 2020 and the Ponoka location will open Oct. 29.

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)
COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

Temporary COVID-19 testing sites coming to Wetaskiwin and Ponoka

The Wetaskiwin location will open Oct. 23, 2020 and the Ponoka location will open Oct. 29.

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)
COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)

City and County of Wetaskiwin reporting active cases

Both the City of Wetaskiwin and County of Wetaskiwin have active cases.

COVID-19. (Image courtesy CDC)
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Town of Millet declared Best Blooming Community

The Town of Millet is being recognized for their efforts to meet the challenges of 2020.

Photo submitted/ Millet In Bloom
Paved path to the accessible dock at Agur Lake Camp. Photo submitted/ Debbie Schneider.

B.C. Camp extremely grateful for a Calmar Business’ generous donation

B.C.’s only fully accessible campground floored by a Calmar Business’ generosity.

Paved path to the accessible dock at Agur Lake Camp. Photo submitted/ Debbie Schneider.
Executive Director of Agape Kate Halas (left) receives $1000 from Sgt. Eric Christensen (right) on behalf of Agape. Photo/ Shaela Dansereau.

Former Wetaskiwin Peace Officer wins provincial award; gives back to Wetaskiwin community

Eric Christensen has won the Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers Award of Excellence.

Executive Director of Agape Kate Halas (left) receives $1000 from Sgt. Eric Christensen (right) on behalf of Agape. Photo/ Shaela Dansereau.
Executive Director of Agape Kate Halas (left) receives $1000 from Sgt. Eric Christensen (right) on behalf of Agape. Photo/ Shaela Dansereau.

Former Wetaskiwin Peace Officer wins provincial award; gives back to Wetaskiwin community

Eric Christensen has won the Alberta Association of Community Peace Officers Award of Excellence.

Executive Director of Agape Kate Halas (left) receives $1000 from Sgt. Eric Christensen (right) on behalf of Agape. Photo/ Shaela Dansereau.
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Maskwacis RCMP engage Major Crimes Unit to investigate suspicious death

Unidentified human remains were found in the burnt residence.

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Maskwacis RCMP engage Major Crimes Unit to investigate suspicious death

Unidentified human remains were found in the burnt residence.

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Security footage of the unknown male- Wetaskiwin RMCP seeking public assistance to identify him. Photo provided/ Alberta RCMP.

Wetaskiwin RCMP seek assistance to identify male in armed robbery

Mickey N’ Minnie’s Liquor store in Millet, Alta., robbed at gun point Oct.13, 2020

Security footage of the unknown male- Wetaskiwin RMCP seeking public assistance to identify him. Photo provided/ Alberta RCMP.
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Maskwacis reporting rapidly growing cases following long weekend

Maskwacis declared a weeklong shut down on long weekend to curb increasing COVID-19 numbers.

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Facebook/ Maskwacis Health Services

Maskwacis reporting rapidly growing cases following long weekend

Maskwacis declared a weeklong shut down on long weekend to curb increasing COVID-19 numbers.

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City of Wetaskiwin awarded $20 million in grant funding

The City was awarded over $20 million in grant funding throughout 2020.

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City of Wetaskiwin awarded $20 million in grant funding

The City was awarded over $20 million in grant funding throughout 2020.

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Editor of the Pipestone Flyer, Shaela Dansereau

Lets crank up the spooky this year.

I’ll admit it, my favourite holiday is Christmas. I love the atmosphere…

Editor of the Pipestone Flyer, Shaela Dansereau
Photo/ Shaela Dansereau

Two confirmed active cases in the City of Wetaskiwin

Nearly 1000 new cases reported across the province following the long weekend.

Photo/ Shaela Dansereau

Maskwacis schools closed this week for COVID-19 concerns

One week shut down of Maskwacis in response to recent rise in positive COVID-19 cases in Maskwacis.

Maskwacis schools closed this week for COVID-19 concerns

One week shut down of Maskwacis in response to recent rise in positive COVID-19 cases in Maskwacis.

Trickster: the Indigenous supernatural show capturing audience attention

Georgina Lightning in attendance at Edmonton Premiere Oct. 7, 2020.