Arts & Culture

MPS brings out the talent

Morinville Public school held a talent show in the gymnasium Friday afternoon. Below are some photo highlights of the show as well as a video clip of teachers dancing to the Hockeyville song – That’s How We do It In Morinville […]

Arts & Culture

Kubínek is a master of the impossible

There have been several one-man shows on the Morinville community Cultural Centre’s stage over the past four years. Tomáš Kubínek’s Mar. 20 was arguably the funniest. […]

Morinville News

Mascot naming and mural unveiling mark school celebrations

Ecole Notre Dame School continued their celebrations of 150 years of Catholic education Mar. 19 with another demonstration of school pride. The elementary school unveiled a new school mural as well as revealed the name of the school’s husky mascot. […]


Sturgeon Victim Services work continues, AGM shows

A decrease in the region’s crime rate accounted for a general decrease in the number of files handled by Sturgeon Victim Services (SVS) in 2014. This according to a report filed by the association’s executive director at their Annual General Meeting Mar. 19. […]

Local News

Morinville Public School secures funding for playground

Students gathered in the Morinville Public School gym Friday afternoon expected to see their fellow students demonstrate their skills during the MPS Talent Show. What they perhaps didn’t expect is for a parent to take the stage and share some great news — the school’s goal of a new playground was going to be a reality. […]


Legal Council Briefs

Legal Council held their Mar. 16 meeting at Town Hall under an unfinished peaked roof. The Town is currently having a peak roof put on the building. The project, including stucco and black roof covering, is not to exceed $20,000 and is in the 2015 operating capital budget. […]

Local News

Authorities warning of illicit fentanyl use

Alberta RCMP, Alberta Health Services, and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner are expressing their concerns about the illicit use of fentanyl in Alberta. Authorities say the substance has contributed to more than 100 deaths in Alberta in 2014, a number significantly on the rise from the six deaths reported in 2011. […]


Column: Province’s mandate for Capital Region Board nets critical thinking and planning for the Capital Region and the Edmonton metropolitan area

In these times of budgetary uncertainty it’s important to know you’re getting value for your money. Are you getting your money’s worth from the Capital Region Board?

Local News

Mar. 18 Print Edition Download & Week In Photos

The Mar, 18 Print Edition will be at our Morinville locations Tuesday and in 1800 rural mailboxes on Wednesday.

Local Morinville News delivered straight up in words and pictures. And if you want to see the pictures move, take a look below for some of our video news stories from this past week. […]

Editorial & Opinion

Editorial: That’s how we did it in Morinville

If you trawl around Facebook or Pinterest long enough you are bound to come across some positive affirmation meme that uses a quotation attributed to Margaret Meade: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” […]


It’s Our business: Yorkshire Rose

A new business opened recently in the Six Stones building on 101 Street, around the corner from Quinn’s Plumbing and Heating. Yorkshire Rose is the product of Julie Puchala, who promises to offer her customers flowers and gifts with attitude by bringing a bit of the Whyte Avenue vibe to Morinville.

Local News

Morinville Sports Shorts

It was a big weekend for sports in Morinville. From floor curling at the render-vous to basketball at home and out of town, Morinville athletes did what they do best. […]