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Emily Jaycox

Emily Jaycox

I’m Emily Jaycox, the editor of Ponoka News and the Bashaw Star. I’ve lived in Ponoka since 2015 and have over seven years of experience working as a journalist in central Alberta communities. I want to tell your story and give a voice to issues that matter in your community.

Phone
403-783-3311
Email
emily.jaycox@ponokanews.com

Recent Work by Emily

Retired Edmonton police officer and civilian charged with falsifying documents

Retired Edmonton police officer and civilian charged with falsifying documents

Charges stem from 19 separate occurrences
Woman charged with attempted murder after shooting in Flagstaff County

Woman charged with attempted murder after shooting in Flagstaff County

Killam RCMP responded to call of shooting in Hardisty
Parole denied for Lacombe man serving time for manslaughter of Ponoka victim

Parole denied for Lacombe man serving time for manslaughter of Ponoka victim

Campbell says he ‘can’t take back’ what he did
Bashaw School’s junior high drama class presents Frozen JR

Bashaw School’s junior high drama class presents Frozen JR

Performances are Jan. 19, 20 and 21 at Bashaw United Church
Wolf Creek Public Schools bracing for growing pains

Wolf Creek Public Schools bracing for growing pains

While busing eligibility changes delayed, enrolment up across the division
Number of deaths of children in care in Alberta in the past year ‘astounding,’ ‘profoundly concerning’

Number of deaths of children in care in Alberta in the past year ‘astounding,’ ‘profoundly concerning’

OCYA annual report release leads to criticism of UCP government
Leduc man charged in manslaughter of child to enter plea next month

Leduc man charged in manslaughter of child to enter plea next month

Number of deaths of children in care increased in province in last few years
Leduc man charged in manslaughter of child to enter plea next month

Leduc man charged in manslaughter of child to enter plea next month

Number of deaths of children in care increased in province in last few years
Alberta RCMP searching for teenager missing for over a year

Alberta RCMP searching for teenager missing for over a year

Christopher Crier was last seen in Samson Cree Nation on Oct. 1, 2022
Ponoka Stampede bids good luck to local 2023 CFR qualifiers

Ponoka Stampede bids good luck to local 2023 CFR qualifiers

Ponoka Stampede’s CFR Sendoff held Oct. 25
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