A local volunteer is putting together a team of superheroes to assist when the need arises, individuals with unique skills and abilities that are brought to bear when a little helping hand is required.
Ecole Georges H. Primeau Middle School Principal Allan Menduk was singing his student’s praises last week. “We are very proud to report that the students raised $3,257.05 in their bottle collection drive over the past week,” he told Morinville News. The funds were raised to support those affected by the Fort McMurray wildfire.
The Station is a new restaurant venture for the Meunier family, opened in their former White Rose location on 107 Street in Morinville. The restaurant and bakery are open seven days a week offering a variety of home-cooked food and baked goods.
With the recent cooler temperatures, some precipitation in the past 24 hours, and more rain forecasted for the next 48 hours, the Morinville Fire Department has lifted the fire ban effective May 20, 2016.
A Capital Region Integrated Traffic Services member, with the assistance of Morinville RCMP, arrested two men during a traffic stop on Highway 44. Both men were found to be breaching a number of court-ordered conditions.
During a report to Town Council at their Committee of the Whole meeting May 17, Champion Petfood’s President and CEO Frank Burdzy hinted at the possibility of a new replacement facility for the Morinville facility being built outside of the community.
Locally raised fiddling champion Calvin Vollrath returns to the Morinville Community Culture Centre for three performances May 27, 28, and 29. His fifth straight year playing the venue kicks off on the Friday with a dine and dance event. Saturday will see Vollrath's annual CD release concert takes place, and Sunday afternoon features the Fiddle Gala his fans have come to expect.