This Sunday marks the end of our seventh year of providing community news. I started The Morinville News on June 11, 2010, when a local newspaper I was then freelancing for decided to suspend publication.
By Stephen Dafoe
Morinville – If you’ve heard their music, it is hard to believe rock-pop-soul band Rend have only been playing together for a year. The band has a big different sound that is catching a lot of attention in the capital region and beyond. With their CD debut, No Lines, getting both media attention and lots of radio play, Rend could be the next big thing… […]
By Étienne Thevou
Morinville – There will be plenty of action bouncing off the ropes this August when Force Pro wrestling comes to town with an evening of high-energy sports entertainment. A Show of Force, will take place at the Morinville Community Cultural Centre Aug. 20 and promises two-hours of high-flying wrestling action from more than a dozen performers. While many of the names will be familiar to followers of Alberta’s pro wrestling scene, the banner under which they are assembled is new… […]
Although no presents were given, cake cut or vows renewed, an anniversary took place Saturday nonetheless. June 11 marked the one year anniversary of MorinvilleNews.com, an online daily news publication I started last summer when a local newspaper I was writing for decided to suspend publication… […]
Morinville Town Council meets every two weeks to discuss town business, and while many of those meetings can be similar to watching paint dry, they are no different than meetings companies and organizations all across this province have on a day-to-day basis. Certain stuff must be dealt with and some of that stuff is slow moving… […]
A MorinvilleNews.com Editorial
February 14 marks a special occasion around our newsroom. Monday Morning News has just released its 13th issue marking more than three months of coverage in Morinville and MORINVILLENEWS.COM has been online providing Morinville and surrounding area … […]
Our Rotary members are all volunteers and work hard to give back to the local communities and the world. Over the last 14 years the Rotary Club of Morinville has given at least $500,000 to the Morinville community, local High School student programs and International projects. […]
Next, congratulations to Mayor Lloyd Bertschi and to the six councillors. Having read all the articles that have been written in Morinvillenews.com and attending the All-Candidates Forum, I believe that all 10 people who ran for councillors should be congratulated for coming forward and hope those that didn’t win will come forward again in the next election.
By Stephen Dafoe
Capital Ex and the Edmonton Indy both started this past weekend, doubtlessly drawing countless hundreds from the communities of Sturgeon County towards the roar of the crowds and the roar of the engines. But countless hundreds of other spectators (some from Edmonton even) were drawn north on Highway 2 to Legal for Fête au Village.