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Players from the championship Hughenden Jets get their hands on the trophy after winning first place in the East Central Senior Hockey League by defeating the Forestburg Flyers on Saturday night, March 25. The Jets won this game 7-3 in Forestburg. Story, more photos in our print edition. ©Provost News Photo.

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More pictures, stories can be found in the print edition of The Provost News, March 29, 2017 including:

• Pipelines Should Have Been Built Decades Ago—Hardisty Deputy Mayor; KXL Construction Closer as TransCanadaGets U.S. Presidential Permit

• Hughenden Jets Best in East Central Senior Hockey League For Second Year in Row

• ‘I Shopped Locally and I Liked It’ Says Hughenden Author

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• New Blinds, Cleaning Machine Donated by Kinsmen for Crescent Point Place

• Curlers sweep at the curling mixed funspiel on Friday evening, March 24. The theme was sports night where competitors could dress up as a sports fan or as part of their favorite team. Saturday’s theme allowed curlers to wear an ugly sweater and pants.

• Amisk 4-H Club Members Advance to Regional Speak-offs

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Hillcrest Lodge residents Marcel Benoit (sitting at left) and Alice Conway among others were able to interact with a two week old donkey shown off in Provost on March 21. Lodge manager Annette Gregory told The News “They all (residents) love her. Some had never seen a donkey before.” The newborn animal belongs to Mel and Alana Angeltvedt of Provost and is named Pebbles. Photo submitted.

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