Talk of the Town – week’s news recap

Is there a doctor in the house?

Morinville Family Medical Clinic opened last week and they are taking patients. Blow is our article on the new prctice.


Education Minister David Eggen came to MCHS Wednesday for a visit, tour and talk. Below is our coverage.


Volleyball comes to town

The 2016/2017 Sturgeon Volleyball League held a boys and girls game on Thursday at the Morinville Public School (MPS). It was the MPS Dragons versus Sturgeon Heights School of St. Albert. The next scheduled game for the MPS Dragons is an away game on October 27th at Camilla.
The next home game is scheduled for November 8. Other schools in the League include Lilian Schick, Gibbons,Legal,Namao, Camilla, Redwater and Guthrie. – Lucie Roy Photo

Clown causes caution

Schools took precautionary steps after a bogus clown sighting Friday.


Everybody Sings

Norman Foote had an audience of about 500 plus a choir of nearly 100 singing on stage Thursday night. – Stephen Dafoe Photo


Putting students off on the right STEP

The government’s STEP program will continue and is part of the province’s Future Ready initiative.


Budget requests aplenty

Museum, library and festival society came looking for money Oct. 18.

Below is a link to the details.

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