Morinville and Alberta experienced a first Thursday night; the opening of the first sport-specific Hall of Fame dedicated to an amateur League in Alberta. The opening of the North Central Alberta Baseball League's Hall of Fame at the Musée Morinville Museum coincided with the league's 50th anniversary.
A Morinville man is following in his hero Terry Fox's footsteps by running across Canada.
Maxime Chabot was born in Jonquière, Quebec but has called Morinville home for six years over two stints here, his most recent for the past two years.
Following multiple unanimous motions (excluding the absent Deputy Mayor Nicole Boutestein), Town Council has approved the beginning of work on their three-phase rec centre project. This is one of the final stages required on the part of the Town before construction begins in earnest on the regional centre, in the works for nearly all of this council’s term.
The Sturgeon Mustangs Novice 4 won the NDL1 championship tonight. After being behind 3-1, we came back to win 4-3 in overtime. Game-winning goal from Luke Nonay. Other goals scored by Axton Achtemichuk, Marcus Fiddler and Ryan Ferrier.
The bleachers were full for four straight days at the Ray McDonald Sports Center for the Hockey Alberta Atom AA Provincials. Nine teams joined the host Sturgeon Hockey Club Mustangs. Pool A included Sturgeon, Cold Lake, Olds, Sylvan Lake, and SWZ. Pool B included St. Albert, Chestermere, Strathcona, Okotoks, and Glen Lake. The games took place in Legal as well as Morinville.