Arts & Culture

Pokémon GO has got Morinvillians GOing out

“Enjoying an evening stroll in the park, or are you trying to catch Pokémon?” I ask the 20-something looking at his phone as he makes his way through St. Jean Baptiste Park on a Tuesday night. “Looking for Pokémon,” he replies, perhaps unsure why this middle-aged bearded guy carrying a camera is asking the question. […]

Local News

Town of Morinville conducts two-day Solid Waste Audit

A pair of ambassadors has been helping Morinville get a handle on its garbage situation.
Last Tuesday and Wednesday participants in the Recycling Council of Alberta’s Summer Ambassador program, along with a Town staff member, undertook a waste management audit. […]

Arts & Culture

Talk of the Town

That’s no Pokemon. Despite SJB park being full of people searching for the elusive critters, what we spotted was merely […]

Arts & Culture

Norman Foote and Lisa Brokop to open CCC concert series

Though fall is still some time away, the Morinville Community Cultural Centre are getting ready to kick off the centre’s sixth LIVE at the Community Cultural Centre (CCC) series, a collection of performances the Town says brings world-class theatre and performances from acclaimed local, national, and international artists to Morinville. […]

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Letters

Letter: RCMP warning of rental scam

St. Albert RCMP is warning potential renters in St. Albert to be aware of some ads for places to live. The rental scam is a common one involving rental properties. Rental scams vary but here are two of the more common scenarios: […]

Morinville Sports

Morinville residents return from UFC Fight Week with medals

Tyler Edworthy and Brett Dudar have recently earned International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) American Nationals medals. Edworthy returned from the competition in Las Vegas with gold in the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Open Weight Class and silver in Ultra-Heavyweight No-Gi Division. Dudar took the championship in his teen weight class. […]

Columns

National Column: Campaign of fear and loathing just might work for Trump

Donald Trump’s campaign for the U.S. presidency is based on fear. It uses outrageous hyperbole. It might also work.

Day one of the Republican Convention in Cleveland shows why. Much of the press attention focused on what went wrong as Republican delegates kicked off the four-day convention to formally crown Trump their presidential nominee. […]