Premier Very Impressed With Bodo Dig
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Premier Ralph Klein gets a first-hand look at artifacts, pulled from an excavation and shown to him by Dr. Terry Gibson on Monday afternoon, July 4 while touring at the Bodo dig. At left is Kim Larson, president of the Bodo Archaeology Society, and Carl Amrhein of the University of Alberta along with MLA Doug Griffiths (fourth from left). ©Provost News Photo. Full story in July 6 edition of The Provost News. Want to Subscribe to The Provost News? Click here.
Man Beaten in House After Door Kicked In
A 24 year old Provost man was beaten in his house after he was awoke early Friday morning, July 1.
Cpl. Terry Wickett of Provost RCMP said that three to four people kicked in a back door on the west side of town between 3:30 a.m. and 4 a.m.
The man injured was alone and received cuts from a weapon to his head along with other injuries.
After the victim was left in the house while the attackers fled, someone was called to take the man to Provost hospital where he was treated. He was then sent on to an Edmonton hospital for further care for the extensive injuries.
Wickett said that members from the RCMP Red Deer General Investigation Section and RCMP Identification Section are assisting in the investigation.
No arrests have been made.
Police are looking for anyone with more information on this incident to contact them.
Full story in July 6 edition of The Provost News.
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