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Read there was only 150 what turned up for the All-Candidates Forum the Chamber and the Rotary Club put on with the Teachers’ Unions. I did a little search on the last forum that was put on by this rag and seen there was “approximately 400” came out to that one in 2012.
Thirteen-year-old Sturgeon County resident Brooke Froment is looking forward to a summer of basketball with Team Alberta’s U-14 team. The former Orijen Sabretooth and current MCHS Wolves team member was recently selected to represent Alberta in four competitions taking place this summer. Sixty girls tried out for twelve spots over three sessions, one in Calgary and two in Edmonton.
Morinville’s newest business opens May 1 in the former Popular Pooch location. TASER (Toys and Small Engine Repair) Inc. is owned by Marty and Deb Robillard, owners of Technical Automotives.
In one of his more exuberant moments in the role of Conservative cheerleader, Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney called Tuesday's pre-election budget his "bestseller." Listening...
Local realtor, Morinville Kings President, and Hockeyville Morinville organizer Wayne Gatza is the new president of Sturgeon Minor Hockey. Vice President Doug Nysetvold, Secretary Donna Nelson, and Treasurer Roger Cyr join Gatza in forming the backbone of the new executive.
by Colin Smith Alberta and economic prosperity have been synonymous for a good long time. During the past 20 years, the province has lead all...
The Georges H.Primeau Grade 8 Travel Club went to Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec City last week. Students spent three days in Ottawa where they visited Parliament, the Royal Canadian Mint, the Museum of Civilization, Space and Aviation Museum, and the War Museum. They were even able to get tickets to Game 3 - Ottawa Senators vs the Montreal Canadians Apr. 19. Students left Ottawa for Montreal Apr. 21.
Two members of the Edmonton Epilepsy Association presented the Kids On the Block puppet show to École Notre Students Thursday. The presentation educated students about epilepsy in an entertaining manner.