Guiders Dougie Edwards and Aimie Williams pose for a photo with members of the 1st Morinville Guides at their last meeting for the season Apr. 27. The girls celebrated in style with a PJ party, snacks and crafts. Edwards said they have 24 members ranging in ages from 9 to 11. […]
A bus load of youth from the Morinville and Area Young Naturalist Club and the 1st Morinville Guides, Brownies attended the 16th Annual Snow Goose Chase Saturday. The event was organized by the Edmonton Nature Club and the Town of Tofield. […]
A small ceremony at the Morinville Court House Friday afternoon marked the start of a career for a local lawyer, but the gathering also marked the continuation of a tradition that began in 2013. Samantha Olson, who has spent the past year articling under Andrew Lawson at Putnam and Lawson, was the second lawyer to be called to the Bar in Morinville. Judge Vaughn Myers conducted the ceremony, as he did with Olson’s colleague, Jessy Inkpen, in July 0f 2013.
A car rolls up; a man gets out. He heads towards a car that’s not his own, there to see if the owner left it unlocked. The door holds tight, the man has no pry bar to break it open. But then again, he doesn’t need one because he’s not there to rob the vehicle, only to let the owner know the importance of keeping vehicles locked and valuables safe.