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December is the month of holiday giving and the month to plan resolutions. Resolve to be involved and you’ll be glad you did. Volunteer and make an impact in your community. The St.

Students wowed by Olympic torch

The Olympic torch won’t make its official visit to St. Albert for another month but some local school children have already managed to get their hands on it.
Couple weighs dream decision

Couple weighs dream decision

It’s a decision that few get to make and Bob and Norma Barradell aren’t taking it lightly. Sometime between now and Tuesday the St. Albert couple must decide whether they want $2 million or a new $2-million dream home.

Volunteers

December is the month of holiday giving and the month to plan resolutions. Resolve to be involved and you’ll be glad you did. Volunteer and make an impact in your community. The St.

No transit charge for medical attendants

Medically required attendants accompanying a person with a disability will be able to ride city transit free of charge in the upcoming year.

Students get wired for 2011 games

Curtis Malainey can’t wait to start working on his latest school project, which isn’t exactly typical for a 16-year-old high school student.

Drug dog back in schools

Local police have found a way to get their four-legged drug fighter back into the classroom while staying obedient to the Supreme Court’s demands.

Mechanical problems, weight led to crash

The plane that crashed in 2008 and claimed the life of a St. Albert woman in the process was too heavy, had known mechanical problems, and a pilot whose training wasn’t up to date, says a report released last month.

Bird count takes off

Keep your eyes open and your fingers ready, ornithology fans — it's bird count time again. Local birders are stocking seed and prepping pencils in preparation for the 19th annual Christmas Bird Count. St. Albert's count runs all day this Dec. 27.

Accused bus driver attacker makes appearance

A man accused of beating a St. Albert man nearly to death made his first court appearance this week and could seek bail as early as Tuesday.