The Morinville Jets picked up their third consecutive win Sunday night, a 5-2 victory over the 7-5-1 Stony Plain Flyers. The accumulation of wins puts the Jets at the top of the CJHL’s West Division with a 7-3-4 record. […]
Singer/songwriter Lisa Brokop has been performing for more than 20 years, much of that her original material. This weekend she brings the songs of music legend Patsy Cline to the stage of the Morinville Community Cultural Centre. Tickets are still available for the Nov. 5 dinner and show at $50 for adults and $40 for seniors and students. They can be purchased at the cultural centre during business hours. […]
Morinville Community High School (MCHS) was the recipient of two cheques from Morinville Sobeys last week. Store owners Shaun and Susie Thompson presented the school with a cheque for $430 for the school’s Urban Agriculture program, and one for $1511 for the school’s HOWLS (Honour, Ownership, Welcoming, Leadership and Safety) program.
Council has unanimously passed First Reading of their 2017 Capital Plan, as well as their long-term plan update stretching to 2037. The Capital Plan outlines a budget for infrastructure spending for the municipality, as opposed to day-to-day expenses of running the Town outlined in the operational budget, which also received First Reading. […]
Council unanimously passed First Reading of their 2017 Budget very quickly Oct. 25 following only a couple clarifying questions from Council. This is typical of First Readings, where councillors do not offer amendments or debate beyond clarifying the intent of the document. Many budget amendments are commonplace in this Council’s term and may come forward during Second and Third Reading. […]
Justin Trudeau named nine new senators on Thursday. It’s said he’ll name 12 more within days. Live in Ontario or Quebec? Check the mail. You may already be a winner!
This is especially likely if you’re one of 2,700 people who applied for a seat in Parliament’s plush red upper chamber. […]
It was a game of catch-up for the Morinville Kings Saturday night against the visiting Whitecourt Wild. The problem for the Kings is they never caught up long enough to pull ahead.
The Kings fell 6-5 to the Wild, their second loss in as many outings, and now sit in third place with a 3-2-0 record early into the season. […]
Morinville Public School Grade 1 students have been learning about music, how music is recorded, and trying their hands at playing a variety of musical instruments. The school has sent five classes to Smith Music over the past two weeks as part of the school’s field trip program.
As Justice Malcolm Rowe – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s first appointee to the Supreme Court – fielded a barrage of questions from MPs and senators on Tuesday, there was nothing to suggest he was not a flesh-and-blood person. […]
The province announced Wednesday that the government is making funding available for the installation of solar panels at 36 school projects now in the planning or design phase that have not yet gone to tender. This includes the Greater St. Albert Catholic School Division’s K-5 and Sturgeon School Division’s 5-9 projects. […]