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Monday Morning News – Feb. 6 edition

The Feb. 6 issue of Monday Morning News hits store counters and shelves Monday morning. This week’s issue is 32 pages of news, views and things to see and do in Morinville all bundled up into one weekly community magazine. For those unable to get a copy at one of the 50 locations in town, you can download this… […]

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Around the town

Canadian acapella group HOJA members were accompanied by Primeau teacher Matt Loiselle for a few song segments during the group’s performance at Georges H. Primeau School Feb. 3… […]

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Morinville Sports

Big weekend for MCHS sports

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Morinville – The MCHS Cheer Team did the school and community proud three times over the weekend.
The team competed at Victoria High School in Edmonton this past Friday night. The already small team of five competed with only four girls, as they had suffered an injury … […]

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Former Morinville teacher to work in orphanage

By Lucie Roy

Morinville – Students at Notre Dame Elementary School are helping a former teacher in her quest to help children thousands of miles away. Former Notre Dame teacher Debbie Martin and her husband Larry will be the first western Canadians to volunteer with the London, Ontario-based Blue House Effect Development Organization of Canada… […]

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Local quilters using some modern techniques

By Lucie Roy

Morinville – Quilt making has come a long way from sitting before the wood stove and using scraps of material to make a warm blanket. Mary Quaghebeur, Blenda Patterson and Madelain Scantland are three members of the Scrap Happy Quilters Club working on their creations on Wednesday afternoons at the Rendez-Vous Centre. The group meets for five hours each week, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., and mixes old and new techniques in their love of quilting… […]

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Fewer attending Knights of Columbus breakfast

By Lucie Roy

Morinville – The temporary relocation of the Knights of Columbus Community Breakfast from the RC Parish Hall to the Morinville Community Cultural Centre (CCC) has not been kind to the service club’s regular fundraiser. Grand Knight Andy Morin said his group likes to have a minimum of 200 come out for the Sunday morning breakfast, but said the group is not seeing those numbers in the new location… […]