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to skim and bucket water. Winds
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see page 12 approximately 44 km northwest from the previous evening had continue to use hose, hand tools, threatened by the blaze and have
of Edson, was being held at 678 died down but shifted to the west and buckets to extinguish the resulted in some of those being show their
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the Hat minister... Youth Interagency Drop In Slow Pitch was a home run for students that took part in the fun on May 22 playing against Firefighters and

Youth Interagency organizers Krysta Hawbolldt and Jacqui Currie. photo Deanna Mitchener
Tour of Alberta preparations underway
see page 6 photo Deanna Mitchener Parkland students Katelyn Brook, Shayla Kootenay, Breann Palmer, Shelby Biro, Sara McFarlane, and Tenise Yakimchuk hold up a
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