Archive for January 3rd, 2011

Ukranian Cafe & Bakery Opening

January 3, 2011
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Ukranian Cafe & Bakery Opening

For those of you that have been craving or wishing for authentic Ukrainian cuisine, your wish is soon to be granted.  On Wednesday, January 5, Dovgan’s Ukrainian Cafe and Bakery will open its doors in downtown Fort Saskatchewan. Recently, I had an inside tour, by husband and wife owners, Igor and Marina Doyganyuk, of...
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Fort Series Concluding Season with Bluegrass Concert

January 3, 2011
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Fort Series Concluding Season with Bluegrass Concert

Total Presents: An Evening of Bluegrass with Curtis Appleton and Friends – January 8, 2011 @ 7:30 PM. Born and raised in Fort Saskatchewan, Curtis Appleton began playing and singing music with his dad as far back as he can remember.  He got hooked on the five string banjo shortly after high school, and...
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The Issue: January 3, 2011

January 3, 2011
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The Issue: January 3, 2011

It’s 2011 and I wish it to be the best year yet for all. At the beginning of each year, it is apparently appropriate to reflect on the past year.  For some, this quest is easier than it is for others. I suppose it depends on what we accomplished, or how life unfolded for us....
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Eggcetera: January 3, 2011

January 3, 2011
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Eggcetera: January 3, 2011

PETS OF THE WEEK We are a very cute pair of Cockapoo puppies and are well socialized. We have no names as yet. I am the boy pup who loves to cuddle. I was born September 12, 2010. I am the girl pup who loves to play fetch. I was born September 5, 2010....
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Biscuits and Gravy: Here and There

January 3, 2011
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Biscuits and Gravy: Here and There

The other day right before Christmas, I was about to leave the house for an errand, when I spotted a good sized coyote darting down the green belt behind my house. Now, for most, the first thought would be shock, or concern about the small child he might be chasing. But for me it was...
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Christmas Super Shoppers

January 3, 2011
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Christmas Super Shoppers

It’s been the usual stupid-busy kind of Christmas season hasn’t it? But I really do enjoy all the celebration that goes on with it. It’s fun to watch people as they embrace each other, exchange Christmas and New Years salutations, and send out invites — the “drop by if you have time” kind of...
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Why Weight?

January 3, 2011
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By Becky Sillito, Intuitive – Counselor and Card Reader at the Fort Saskatchewan Holistic Healthcare Centre Every January, my friend, Tracy, set a goal to lose 50 lbs. Every December, she would look back at her year and wonder why it hadn’t happened. Sometimes she lost some of the weight only to gain it...
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What Do You Look Like in the Mirror?

January 3, 2011
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What Do You Look Like in the Mirror?

At Zimmerman Chiropractic, one of the first things we look at when you come in is your posture. Everybody always asks us “why is posture so important?” Posture is very important to us because your posture is like a big picture of what your spine looks like. This is because your spine and skeletal...
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Police Seek Assistance in Locating Suspects

January 3, 2011
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On Dec. 23 @ 5:00 P.M., the Fort Sask. R.C.M.P. responded to an armed robbery complaint from the Sherridon Rexall Drug Store at 9425-94 Avenue. One of the suspects produced a knife and demanded narcotics. The 1st suspect was described as 5’8″, slender, dark complexion male wearing a dark jacket with a fur lined hood...
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Building Permits End on High Note

January 3, 2011
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December saw 12 new single family housing permits issued in Fort Saskatchewan, which brought the year end total to 265. That is the highest number of single family building permits issued since 1978, when 349 were issued.
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