Editorial & Opinion

Help us give you what you want

The Morinville News is about to start the fifth year of our weekly print edition and we are asking our readers to take this poll and tell us what types of news best resonates with you. […]

Columns

Column: Joe Morinville

The Christmas season is a time to stop and remember the important traditions, including fruitcake. Sit again with your children or friends, regardless of their age, and watch a Christmas cartoon! Here are the ones what I like… […]

Editorial & Opinion

The Shop in Morinville Christmas Guide is here

We believe it pays to Shop in Morinville and the third annual edition of the Shop in Morinville guide hit your mailbox Monday, Nov. 24 in Morinville, Legal and surrounding areas…. […]

Columns

Column: The Versus Debate

by Lori Shupak, Physical Therapist
Morinville Physical Therapy & Sports Injury Clinic

Frequently patients ask questions regarding the following:

Ice versus Heat: Both of these agents can be helpful in decreasing inflammation, however the timing of… […]

Morinville News

The week in photos

Sadie Kuzio and Danica McLaren were busy decorating their cookie jar with the assistance of Early Childhood Instructor Jennifer Berry at the Santa’s Workshop held at the cultural centre Nov. 17… […]

Morinville Sports

Morinville Sports Shorts

The Morinville Kings thawed the Edson Ice Saturday night with a 9-1 victory over the struggling team, currently sitting with a 4-5-0 record…. […]

Arts & Culture

Christmas ornaments put smiles on seniors faces

by Lucie Roy

Judith Clarke has been busy working and collecting all year to put smiles on seniors’ faces this Christmas season.
The labour of love started with the Christmas decorations she received when she was 12 years old. Since then she acquired quite a few more festive decorative houses. This year she put the word out for Christmas decorations and the donations poured in… […]

Morinville News

Knights of Columbus hamper project underway

by Morinville News Staff

St. Anne Council of the Knights of Columbus (KOC) will be once again coordinating the annual Christmas Hamper Project on behalf of St. Jean Baptiste Catholic Parish and the Morinville Food Bank Society…. […]

Arts & Culture

Morinville Public participates in peaceful poster contest

by Lucie Roy

Three Morinville Public School students took first, second and third place in the Lions International Peace Poster Contest at the school. Abbigail Gould took first place Chays Hall came in second, and Nicholas Grevier received third place in the annual contest. Morinville Lions Club President Francis Fryters made presentations to the three students Nov. 18… […]

Business

Champion Petfoods expanding Morinville operation

by Colin Smith

Champion Petfoods is expanding its operations in Morinville with construction of a new $5.9 million product development facility. The 9,500 square foot facility, announced Nov. 17, will be known as the BAFRINO Research and Innovation Centre and will be located behind Champion’s existing administrative offices. The new facility will also create 10 new knowledge-based jobs focused on the development of new pet foods for the company’s ACANA and ORIJEN product lines… […]

Arts & Culture

Grease is the word this December at MCHS

by Stephen Dafoe

Morinville Community High School actors have been putting in plenty of hours rehearsing the school’s annual Christmas season play, a necessary investment given the school has taken on one of its most ambitious productions to date. Grease: the Musical will take place Dec. 3-5 at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre… […]

Local News

Nov. 19 Print Edition download

Our weekly print edition will be at our more than 100 locations in Morinville, Cardiff and Legal Wednesday, and in 1400 mailboxes Thursday due to holding space for Remembrance Day. .. […]