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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

Kihew Asiniy graduates honoured by community

Kihew Asiniy graduates honoured by community

Centennial class honoured at Vilna School

Centennial class honoured at Vilna School

Rezoning approved for east end of St. Paul

Rezoning approved for east end of St. Paul

Canada Day in St. Paul will include car show, scavenger hunt and fireworks

Canada Day in St. Paul will include car show, scavenger hunt and fireworks

Fireworks will take place on July 1 in St. Paul
Long-standing flooring business transitioning to new ownership

Long-standing flooring business transitioning to new ownership

Gerry's Magic Carpets has been purchased by a local brother and sister duo who plan to continue to run the business with the same quality of service and products.
St. Paul Education approves budget, will dip into reserves to cover deficit

St. Paul Education approves budget, will dip into reserves to cover deficit

St. Paul Education has chosen to keep the status quo, and will not add any new transportation fees for the next school year.
Recipient of Esquao Award strives for change, encourages learning

Recipient of Esquao Award strives for change, encourages learning

Terri Suntjens is one of the more recent recipients of the Esquao Award.
École du Sommet graduates celebrated with outdoor ceremony

École du Sommet graduates celebrated with outdoor ceremony

Friends and family were able to witness the graduation of four students from École du Sommet on June 5.
Esthetician takes a shot at national competition

Esthetician takes a shot at national competition

Emmaleigh Ayotte is currently a student at Lakeland College completing her hairstyling certificate. Ayotte, who is originally from St.
'We want to find the children'

'We want to find the children'

A rally made its way from the west side of St. Paul to the St. Paul cathedral on Tuesday, remembering the lives lost at residential schools, honouring the survivors, and asking for answers.