Sturgeon County

Sturgeon County

News stories from Sturgeon County

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On May 8th, 2017 at approximately 08:13 hours, Morinville RCMP responded to a collision that had just occurred on Highway 37 and Range Road 271. The motor vehicle collision involved a school bus with children and a Toyota Tercel with one male occupant.

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Sturgeon County’s Protective Services Department are cautioning County residents to be aware of an increased risk of fire caused by current dry conditions.

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On May 1, 2017 at 3:13 p.m. the Morinville RCMP along with Sturgeon County Fire and Emergency Medical Services responded to a call of a head-on collision on Highway 28 at the junction of Township Road 552.

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Heritage Lodge’s new Program Coordinator Liette Beaulieu has had an opportunity to get her feet wet on the job since joining the facility at the end of March. With a full month of activities under her belt, she is now looking to increase the programming and the interconnection with the broader community.

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As many as 75 to 100 motorcycle riders are expected to start and stop in Morinville June 3 for the third edition of an annual event that will support the Midstream Support Society.

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Sturgeon County Council has approved a 1.22 per cent property tax decrease with the passing of Bylaw 1388/17, which establishes this year's tax rates.

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Sitting on a folding chair behind the Sturgeon Rural Crime Watch Association (SRCWA) booth at the recent trade show, the watchdog organization's new president Bonny Swart-Attwood is an approachable and witty head to the organization dedicated to being extra eyes and ears for the Morinville RCMP Detachment.

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Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools announced Monday it had received the 2017 Gallup Great Workplace Award, an award that recognizes organizations for their "extraordinary ability to create engaged workplace cultures that drive business outcomes."

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On February 28th, 2017, a theft occurred at Sturgeon Composite High School. A banded and wrapped lift of plywood, valued at over $3000, was stolen from a compound located at the school.

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Fort Saskatchewan resident Mark Plamondon will take over as the Alberta’s Industrial Heartland Association's (AIHA) executive director May 1. The association says as it grows "into a global leader in energy processing," AIHA's new executive director will guide the activities of the municipal partnership.