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Up, up and away for military families

Up, up and away for military families

It’s one thing to find yourself in a corn maze — or to lose yourself in one, for that matter — but this weekend you can scope the whole thing out first at an unusual fundraising event being hosted by Prairie Gardens and Adventure Fa
Tiny trains get a-rollin'

Tiny trains get a-rollin'

Local railroaders are getting ready to leave the station and roll into one of Edmonton's largest annual model train shows.
Shoreline cleanup ready to go

Shoreline cleanup ready to go

Put on your gloves and your gumboots this weekend and give your favourite beach one last polish to get it ready for winter as part of the Great Canadian Shore Line Cleanup.
City's newest centenarian not thrilled to sit still

City's newest centenarian not thrilled to sit still

It’s been a long and hard life for Barbara Krywko, a woman who spent her entire life working on a farm and raising nine children. Now, she’s 100 years old and she doesn’t know how to be comfortable sitting down and taking it easy.
Osborne takes Alberta Party nomination

Osborne takes Alberta Party nomination

The race for the local Alberta Party nomination is over earlier than expected and Tim Osborne will carry the party’s banner in the next provincial election campaign.
Sherman takes reins of Alberta Liberals

Sherman takes reins of Alberta Liberals

It didn't take Raj Sherman long after his election Saturday as the new leader of the Alberta Liberals, to issue his first challenge to the party.
Tory vote goes this weekend

Tory vote goes this weekend

After months of campaigning, dozens of endorsements, several forums and thousands of party memberships sold, the Progressive Conservative leadership race will come down to voting this weekend.
Blodgett makes her Point

Blodgett makes her Point

You don't have to agree with Elke, but you have to admit, she has a Point. Friends, family and dignitaries will gather at Riel Pond this Thursday to dedicate its peninsula to St. Albert resident Elke Blodgett.
Big drop in local crime

Big drop in local crime

The city is becoming a safer place according to statistics the RCMP released to council last week. The second-quarter report to council showed another decline in crime in the city, with a 33-per-cent drop overall.
Minimal problems with new transit parking

Minimal problems with new transit parking

The St. Albert Inn & Suites move to charge for parking near the Village Tree transit station seems to be working out so far.
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