Here’s what else is making news in the Oct. 31, 2017 edition of The Weekly Review, on news stands now!

– Zombie Prison Break a howling success with spooky museum tours for kids;

– Viking Council organizational meeting makes presentations while swearing in officers;

– Viking RCMP’s Word on the Street – Oct. 28th police receive complaint of gunshots on north end of Viking which were actually air bangers used at the museum haunted house;

– Jaimee Russnak’s column “Writing Home” tells Halloween trick or treaters to be careful out there;

– Irma News by Marjorie Lawson full of events and happenings in Irma and area;

– Food Bank organization eager to move into larger space at new building under construction;

– “What’s New at the Library this week!” discusses three new books the public can take out and enjoy;

– Viking students participate in an East Central health symposium with 80 other students at the Viking Complex;

– Sports: Tough week for Viking minor hockey teams;

– Ralph Sorenson donates a $500 cheque on behalf of a recent Killam Charity Garage Sale to Viking Extendicare, with Dorothy White accepting;

– The grand re-opening of Vision Credit Union in Viking meant coffee and cake for customers following recent renovations;

– Vialta Lodge News by Marjorie Hanson full of happenings for the month of October;

– Viking Legion President Elehda Sevcik pins a poppy on the lapel of Mayor Jason Ritchie to kick off the Poppy Campaign;

– Viking School Junior High Achievement Awards held last Friday at the school;

– Beaver County Council: Councillor remuneration policy to be discussed in-camera, states new Reeve;

– Also inside this edition of the Weekly Review: Classifieds and Blanket advertising; Community Events; Legal Notices; Real Estate for sale; Church Directory; Business and Professional Directory; Help Wanted Ads, and much more!!!

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