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December 10, 2014

So Far So Good . . .

Ron Chopek was among several volunteers who helped out at the annual Breakfast with Santa on Saturday morning, December 6 in Provost. His flipping skills were admirable—but moments later this pancake had to be scraped off the floor (though was not recycled). Others meanwhile kept the food coming from the kitchen. Santa later visited and created a lineup of excited children. Face painting, crafts and free shows were part of the activities in town. ©Provost News Photo.

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• 148 Players Join Minor Hockey This Season

• Fire Chief, Health Advisory Member Want 911 Dispatch Service De-centralized

• Employment/Careers

• Coping With Grief During Holiday Season

• Provost Hospital Auxiliary Society donates $2,000 to purchase recumbent bike for the health centre.

• Canada Post Target of Crimes, Say Police

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