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Cops nab two in pharmacy robbery

Working with police agencies from around the region, St. Albert RCMP have laid charges in last week’s pharmacy robbery.

Alberta adventure leads to prize

She came, she saw, she went somewhere else and saw some more, and in the end, she conquered not just a personal quest but a provincial contest.

School switch would cause 'firestorm'

Changing the status of the Greater St. Albert Catholic School Division from a public school board to a separate school board is an option Catholic school trustees have considered and might be open to, according to superintendent David Keohane.
Albert Lacombe School puts lid on bottled water

Albert Lacombe School puts lid on bottled water

Students and staff at Albert Lacombe School are trying to kick the habit of buying bottled water and use reusable containers instead.

Environment File

A local environmental group has called on the province to put a firm limit on withdrawals from the Athabasca River to protect the life within it. The St.

Busy year ahead for volunteer community

With several high-profile events like the 150th anniversary black tie gala and the Alberta 55 Plus Winter Games coming to St.

City plants seeds of success at breakfast

Local business owners will have an opportunity to brush up on their marketing efforts next Tuesday during St. Albert business and tourism development’s seventh annual business breakfast.

Boys belly up to burgers for love, charity

Are you like so many hopelessly unromantic men around the world who fear the advent of Valentine’s Day? These poor fellows suffer for weeks with anxiety about how best to show their love to that special someone in their lives.
Local scientist develops sunscreen in pill form

Local scientist develops sunscreen in pill form

A local researcher says he has developed a sunscreen that can be taken as a pill and is composed entirely of natural vitamins already present in the human body. Dr. Barry Barclay of Planet Biotechnology Inc.