Whenever we have the opportunity to attend a training function, we jump at the chance. It is always a great learning experience, and we usually come back with additional reference material. One of these books is very timely in this season as we all want to look good […]
The Town of Gibbons and the Sturgeon River Historical Society are partnering for three days of family fun with an historical theme. Gibbons Pioneer Days take place July 17 to 19, and organizers are looking forward to welcoming residents and visitors from around the region for the event. […]
The old St. Jean Baptiste Park sign was removed a couple weeks ago and replaced June 20 with a 9 foot by 7 foot metal Musée Morinville Museum sign manufactured by Craig’s Welding. Town of Morinville employees assisted Craig’s Welding with the early morning installation.
Most of you will remember our last go-round with an animal control bylaw (Dec. 2010/Jan. 2011), wherein we became the laughing-stock of the entire country (and beyond) for our insistence on ensuring that citizens did not harbour any of a very extensive and diverse list of critters; you know — the exotic kind. […]
Phoenix Taekwon-do, who opened classes at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre last fall, sent a number of athletes representing their St. Albert and Morinville locations to the ITF World Championships in Rimini, Italy June 25 to 28. The trip resulted in the local athletes returning to Canada with major hardware. […]
This year’s Canada Day in the Park drew approximately 1000 residents and visitors to St. Jean Baptiste Park for an afternoon of family activities. As in previous years, groups of volunteers blanketed Morinville overnight with miniature Canadian flags at the end of driveways. […]
It was disappointment for Legal’s Arinn Young and other members of Team Canada at the 2015 Women’s U25 World Wheelchair Basketball Championship.
Team Canada fell 75-57 to host China at the Championships in Beijing July 1.