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Janice Huser

Janice Huser

Janice Huser has been with the St. Paul Journal since 2006. She is a graduate of the SAIT print media journalism program, is originally from St. Paul and has a passion for photography.

Recent Work by Janice

Donna Cherniwchan set to serve third term on Aspen View Public Schools board

Donna Cherniwchan set to serve third term on Aspen View Public Schools board

Most wards within Aspen View Public Schools will not see elections take place as candidates were acclaimed in all but one region.
Northeast Zone golf banners claimed by Bonnyville, St. Paul high schools

Northeast Zone golf banners claimed by Bonnyville, St. Paul high schools

Young golfers from across the Lakeland took part in zone golf tournaments on Sept.13.
Nine candidates on official Town of St. Paul list

Nine candidates on official Town of St. Paul list

Town of St. Paul Mayor Maureen Miller retains position by acclamation.
Candidates step forward in St. Paul Education election

Candidates step forward in St. Paul Education election

Ward B candidate Jan Rajoo and Glen Avon Ward candidate Dwight Wiebe declared by acclamation.
Two names put forward for County of St. Paul reeve position

Two names put forward for County of St. Paul reeve position

Glen Ockerman and Yvonne Weinmeier put their names forward as reeve in County of St. Paul election.
There is always hope

There is always hope

Walking 5 km under bright, sunny skies is hardly a challenge compared to what so many other people are going through on a daily basis...
Students learn about democracy, elect Stubbs in Lakeland riding

Students learn about democracy, elect Stubbs in Lakeland riding

Students in the Lakeland riding mimic actual election results, voting in favour of Conservative candidate and incumbent Shannon Stubbs.
Shannon Stubbs elected in the Lakeland

Shannon Stubbs elected in the Lakeland

The Lakeland riding has re-elected Conservative incumbent Shannon Stubbs.
Animal shelter seeks financial support

Animal shelter seeks financial support

The St. Paul Animal Shelter has requested $1,000 a month from the Town of St. Paul to help keep the doors open.
Junior high SPAA athletes hit the links

Junior high SPAA athletes hit the links

Glen Avon School and Two Hills School take home first junior SPAA banners of the season.