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Grain elevator book stands tall

Grain elevator book stands tall

Look for the photo of St. Albert's two grain elevators on page 40 of photographer Chris Attrell's book Grain Elevators: Beacons of the Prairies.
St. Albertans embrace winter with bevy of outdoor activities

St. Albertans embrace winter with bevy of outdoor activities

Here is a closer look at three hot spots in the city to get the blood pumping.
COVID has changed fertility plans of many, says survey, local doctor

COVID has changed fertility plans of many, says survey, local doctor

A quarter of the people surveyed about fertility intentions said yes, the pandemic had impacted their pregnancy plans.
Two St. Albert restaurants among Top 100 in Canada

Two St. Albert restaurants among Top 100 in Canada

Riverbank Bistro, Tryst Wine & Small Plates made the OpenTable list.
'The Moose' in print

'The Moose' in print

He retired more than a decade-and-a-half ago, and decided now is the perfect time to tell the world his story and his thoughts on success.
Author with Morinville roots pens cross-country kids' book series

Author with Morinville roots pens cross-country kids' book series

A strong supporter of children's reading programs throughout Canada, Teresa Schapansky is donating a percentage of the proceeds of these books over the first quarter to the Onoway Library.
A tribute to those who work Christmas Day

A tribute to those who work Christmas Day

Many work to keep our community's wheels running smoothly while celebrations go on
Spilling the beans on light, dark side of chocolate

Spilling the beans on light, dark side of chocolate

Morinville chocolate maker Tammy MacDonald speaks passionately about the sweet bonbons while condemning forced child-labour practices 
Kinsmen announces winners of St. Albert's Christmas light competition

Kinsmen announces winners of St. Albert's Christmas light competition

Lindsey and LeeAnne Gullett of 29 Naples Way were awarded first place for the Most Festive Home.
Local child shows his charitable heart

Local child shows his charitable heart

Grade 2 student selling bracelets to raise funds for Jenna's Wish
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