Stories on local artists, writers and entertainers.
Members of the Raymonde (Perras) Riopel family gathered for family photos in front of the Perras Place building on Saturday during the Farewell Open House.
Riopel’s children Paul, Suzanne Farrell and Robert Riopel along with their spouses, children and extended family toured the house along with many from the community.
Author and journalist, Shari Narine, is kicking off her book tour at the Morinville Public Library (MPL) on June 19.
Narine’s book, Oil Change at Rath’s Garage (published by Thistledown Press) was released in May and briefly made it to the top of the Edmonton’s Best Seller List for fictional books.
Frank Sinatra’s 1953 song Young at Heart was a fitting theme song for Blue Meadow Homes developer Bob Chauvet’s most recent venture.
The Fable Gardens Ltd. project on 100 Street and 101 Avenue rose quickly and uniquely over many months causing residents and passersby to talk about its unusual design. […]
The RBC Morinville Team volunteered Tuesday at Morinville Comunity High School for the Howls Olympics.
Carmen Dubas, Gale Galenza, Dana Hubley, Karen Wilson, Denise Hittinger, Kathy Chalcraft and Janice Namchuk attended the event on behalf of the bank. […]
More than 50 Edmonton musicians are going on tour to celebrate Canada’s Sesquicentennial. The United Voices of Edmonton (combined choirs of United on Whyte and Choir of Robertson-Wesley) and the Robertson-Wesley Ringers handbell choir will be in Morinville at the Morinville United Church (9610 Morinville Drive) June 11 at 7:30 p.m.