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Heritage Lodge resident Anne Musick gives Clayton Brown a hug as Emilienne Dostie looks on. The Rooke School of Karate performed a recent demonstration at the Lodge and spent some time with residents after the demonstration.

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by Lucie Roy Sturgeon Hockey Club held their annual awards night and annual general meeting Tuesday night at the Rendez-Vous Centre. Below are this year's...

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Two months after the Town of Morinville announced it had terminated a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Edmonton Bicycle & Touring Club (EBTC) for its annual Tour de l’Alberta (the Tour), the Tour has partnered with Revolution Cycle and peddled on down the road to Beaumont.

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by Stephen Dafoe stephen@morinvillenews.com Sensei Steve Rooke was inspired to pursue martial arts by watching his childhood idols, Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris. There is no...

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École Notre Dame Elementary School Vice Principal Lisa Kleparchuk has been hanging posters for the Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools Development & Peace Fun Run to be held May 27. The event, which features distances of 1.6 and 5 kilometres, will be set up through the Running Room. There will be a warm-up program by former MCHS graduate Justin Ng.

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A lack of snow didn’t stop a record number of teams gathering in Cardiff Park for the annual Snowpitch Tournament. The day-long event was a fundraiser for Morinville Youth Basketball.

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The Sturgeon Peewee 2 team brought home gold this past weekend from the 16-60 PeeWee 5B Gold Championships. The team is made up of:

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More than 100 motorcycle riders are expected to start and stop in Morinville June 4 for the second edition of an annual event that will support the Midstream Support Society.

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The MCHS Wolves Sr. Girls made their sixth consecutive trip to the ASAA 3A Provincial Basketball Championships last week.

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Two years ago a Morinville couple had a vision of bringing something different to the ice in Morinville. On Mar. 30, 2016, a hand full of children came out to try the sport, and seven months later 22 took to the ice for ringette's first season int he community. A year later and that number was up 50 per cent.