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Morinville, Alberta – The Morinville RCMP detachment is seeking the public’s assistance in their search for a 31 year-old man whom they believe may be armed and dangerous and is wanted on outstanding warrants.
Morinville RCMP received a call just before 2 a.m. and responded to a single vehicle motor vehicle collision involving three male and one female occupants.
MCHS Long Service Award recipients - back row: Kent Lessard (25 years), Carmen Huot (15 years), Patricia Cox (15 years), Colette Amyot-Loughren (20 years),...
I am at a loss with regard the imminent risks that many drivers pose on Cardiff Road due to their refusal to slow down. I reside right on this rural busy road, and while the speed limit solar signs are obvious, they are largely ignored. Rush hour times are that of the noise and speeds of a highway with commercial vehicles and commuters clearly off the speed limit, endangering every resident and their families, with blatant disregard.
I read with interest the editorial about the proposed Youth Council Bylaw. I think that if youth had more of a voice they would feel more welcome, accepted and valued by their Mayor and Council. If youth thought that their local government cared about their problems and concerns, they would be more inclined to take pride in their community.
In the house Women's curling hit the ice Wednesday night. with the ice in and cooler weather coming, curling is back in full swing at...
Well, after 15 years of participating on, and final running The Morinville Youth Justice Committee (MYJC), it’s proverbial door finally closed on Oct 5, 2015, by this writer Mr. Mike Cue. The MYJC started up, with much fanfare, in the Morinville Town Council, in September of 2000, with approximately 14 volunteers (and this writer) in attendance.
After announcing a month ago that the Block Parent program would discontinue in Morinville if a new board did not step forward, the association has received an injection of new blood. At a meeting held at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre Oct. 5, 13 residents came out to support the continuation of the organization locally. Past Chair Tanya Sloan said none of those in attendance were current members.