Morinville, Alberta – In the early morning hours of Saturday, August 19, 2017, an unknown male entered an apartment complex in Morinville. Video surveillance showed a male enter the building using a screw driver or similar tool. Once inside, the male proceeded to the parking garage where he checked the doors to numerous vehicles. The male then went upstairs to the workout room where he took a kettle ball weight and then left the premises.
Council has passed a slew of changes to their photo radar policy, something that has become a semiannual occurrence in Morinville. The changes, which also impact an upcoming Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Town’s photo radar contractor (ITS/Global Traffic Group), mostly are intended to give both the Town/Council and the RCMP more power to dictate day-to-day photo radar operations in Town. These changes came during Council’s regular Aug. 29 meeting, where all members voted unanimously on each amendment, and the over all policy changes. […]
A group of transplanted East-Coasters hit the stage mid-September with an evening of Celtic Rock, east coast music, and their own original jigs and reels. The Derina Harvey Band will perform at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre Friday, Sept. 15 with dinner at 6:30 and show to follow.
The Canadian Women’s National Wheelchair Basketball Team, including Legal’s Arrin Young, defeated the United States 82-56 on Tuesday evening to claim the gold medal at the 2017 Americas Cup qualifier in Cali, Colombia. Young secured 15 of the team’s 82-point tally. […]
Justin Trudeau’s Indigenous strategy has suddenly become clearer. He is taking his cues from a road map laid out more than two decades ago by a controversial royal commission that, until now, has been roundly ignored. […]
Families with two students taking the bus to school will save $800 or more the government said Wednesday, citing the elimination of transportation charges and fees for instructional supplies and materials. […]
The first day of school will see a new school zone established on 100 Street between 101 Avenue and 105 Avenue. Signage at the new location has been recently installed to allow for motorists to observe the change ahead of activation. […]
The incumbent Morinville School Board Trustee for Sturgeon School Division (SSD), Misty Featherley, has announced she will be running again in the next municipal election. Featherley said it was a decision she made back in June, and that it was an easy one to make. […]