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County residents get satisfaction

County residents get satisfaction

Sturgeon County is a great, safe place to live, suggests a new survey, but its roads could use some work.
Volunteer champs sought by associations, energy group

Volunteer champs sought by associations, energy group

On your marks, get set … go find the city's best and brightest volunteers. That was the announcement from the Community Information and Volunteer Centre (CIVC) Monday morning.
Facebook posts threaten police

Facebook posts threaten police

Facebook posts that prompted the RCMP's emergency response team to surround a Grandin-area condominium earlier this month included references to a fertilizer bomb, killing multiple police officers and notorious gunman James Roszko.
SAIF puts on the red shoes again

SAIF puts on the red shoes again

It’s time to put on the red shoes and dance for a great reason. St.
City close to fire services agreement

City close to fire services agreement

St. Albert Fire Services could soon be responsible for fire protection services at a commercial enterprise located southwest of the city.
Adopt A Pet

Adopt A Pet

I am one of 10 puppies born in the care of the Northern Alberta Society for Animal Protection (NASAP.) Our mom is a Labrador retriever-German shepherd cross and she was found abandoned and heavily pregnant.
One man, 2,000 books

One man, 2,000 books

Matthew Alves is not a big man. He's short, shy, and exceptionally quiet — his voice is just a hair above a whisper. But the 10-year-old St. Albert student does have a huge passion for reading.
Crimestoppers

Crimestoppers

St. Albert RCMP want to inform the community of a possible identity theft scam that has been circulating around the city.
Last handibus open house tonight

Last handibus open house tonight

Residents who use the city’s handibus services will have one last opportunity to share their thoughts with a consultant before a final report is drafted for city council. St.
City welcomes subdivision's name change

City welcomes subdivision's name change

St. Albert's oldest new subdivision will likely have a new name by next week after city council updated the area structure plan (ASP) for the neighbourhood.
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