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The Mar, 04 Print Edition will be at our Morinville locations Tuesday and in 1800 rural mailboxes on Wednesday.
Are we moving into a new era of intolerance in this country? Intolerance is a strong word, but certainly no more inflammatory than some of the words being bandied about by our politicians in this election year...
Three Morinville women will be applauded for their efforts in a special ceremony in St. Albert Mar. 7. For the past 18 years, the St. Albert Bahá’í community has sponsored an annual celebration of United Nations International Women’s Day.
Great food, great music and martinis were the recipes being cooked up by local chef Doug Adsit and musician Paul Smith. The first of a proposed series of regional cuisine and entertainment nights, Martinis and Blues took place at Smith Music Saturday night. Participants got an opportunity to enjoy an authentic Louisiana buffet, traditional blues music and martinis.
Town Council, in their role as arena/rec steering committee, met Thursday night to hear Consultant David Ramsey's report on the stakeholder meetings he facilitated in Morinville in January. While the meeting was public, only one non-press resident attended.
Morinville is getting $8.9 million from the Alberta government for the construction of the multi-use recreation centre. The funds are part of the $9,131,300 in Municipal Sustainability Initiative (MSI) grant funding that Morinville is receiving in 2015.
A little red truck arrived in Morinville Monday afternoon filled with actors, costumes and props, items necessary for a major stage production where the community would be the cast.
Hockey is not just a pastime for a Sturgeon County family; it's a way of life. Norm Meunier and his son Ray spend a lot of their time working on the full-sized hockey rink they built on their farm between Morinville and Legal. Ice, boards, scoreboard, and a working Zamboni are all part of the package.