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City gears up for gala

Hole history will be on display next January as part of St. Albert's 150th anniversary gala. The Rendezvous 2011 committee this week started its push to sell tickets to the Canadian Western Bank Rendezvous 2011 Gala.

New hotel now open

St. Albert’s newest hotel is now open for business. The Best Western on St.

Grant to build community ties

The city is putting dollars into a program designed to bring neighbourhoods together.

Volunteers

Want to volunteer and give back to the community, but don’t know how to get involved? We can help you! The St.

Tax watchdog quizzes candidates

Five city council contenders made their case for public office at a meeting of the St. Albert Taxpayers Association Tuesday night.

Garden show blooms with diversity

The St. Albert & District Garden Club Flower and Produce Show is one of the biggest events on the local horticultural social scene.

Political newcomer, Harley enters council race

A Pineview resident and banker plans to bring his business acumen to city hall as he joins the growing list of candidates seeking a spot at the council table. Norm Harley announced his candidacy Tuesday night at a forum put on by the St.

Lisa McKay on parole soon

A woman who pleaded guilty in the death of a St. Albert realtor will be released on parole.

Province still pacing $4.7-billion deficit

The Alberta government’s financial picture is about as gloomy or rosy as it was at budget time. The province is on pace to post a $4.76-billion deficit by the end of this fiscal year.

Air quality advisory lifted

The air quality advisory prompted by smoke from B.C. forest fires is now over. Alberta health officials lifted the advisory this afternoon, one week after imposing it.