Below are links to last week’s local news stories. Of the 35 articles, we published last week, 22 had a specific local focus. Here are some of the highlights.
Town of Morinville employees and seasonal student workers along with a few community volunteers gathered at the Fish and Game pond on Friday to plant more than 350 trees and shrubs.
A month and a half after new floating docks were installed at the Fish and Game Pond, the project is continuing with the addition of wooden decks leading up to the new docks.
AGLC announced Thursday that 17 shops in Alberta will be ready to open on legalization day Oct. 17. None of those are located in Morinville; however, at the Oct. 3 Chamber luncheon, it was announced by Morinville’s planning and development department that they had two local parties file development permits.
On Saturday, September 29, 2018, at approximately 10:30 p.m., a female adult resident of St. Albert was walking alone in a southeasterly direction on Cunningham Road approaching Leo Nickerson School.
The Jessica Martel Memorial Foundation (JMMF) announced this week that the construction of Jessie’s House has begun.
Precisely two weeks ahead of cannabis legalization in Canada, The Morinville & District Chamber of Commerce invited BusinessLink Business Facilitator Dale Schaub to speak on the topic of “Cannabis-ness.”
The Morinville & District Grandmothers group (HATS) Hands Across The Seas will be holding a GIANT (This and That) Garage Sale Saturday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Morinville United Church (corner of Grandin Drive & Morinville Drive).
The Morinville Community Library Board are currently looking for three members to join the board. The library currently has seven board members after two have stepped away this month.
Celebrations du Voyaguer – the 20th Anniversary of the Murals was held Sunday in Legal before a packed hall at the Centralta Community Center.
The Morinville Senior AA Kings were on the road over the Thanksgiving weekend and came home with a 12-3 win over the Bonnyville Pontiacs.
After a 6-3 win over the St. Albert Merchants Friday night, the Morinville Jets suffered a 3-1 loss to the visiting Stony Plain Flyers at home Sunday night.
Morinville Community High School is well known for their annual theatrical production, plays that often involve elaborate sets.
Sunday night’s home game against the Stony Plain Flyers started out with some special recognition for a Morinville Jet in his final season with the Junior B team.
Morinville’s contribution to Albert Culture Days included a few events at a few different venues on Friday and Saturday.