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Political student makes first run at council

Political student makes first run at council

A St. Albert woman became the youngest female to run for council in the city's history with her announcement this week. Aisling Pollard-Kientzel, 25, made the decision to run after asking Mayor Nolan Crouse if she could work on his campaign.
Library plugs into ebooks

Library plugs into ebooks

It’s great to have a book in your hands but they can be bulky and cumbersome to carry around, especially in large quantities. The answer may be in the newest service being offered at the St. Albert Public Library.
Flag marks countdown to Special Olympics

Flag marks countdown to Special Olympics

Organizers of the 2012 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games in St. Albert started their official countdown when they picked up the flag from the Summer Special Olympics in London, Ont. The event, which ended Saturday, saw Mayor Nolan Crouse, St.
NASAP

NASAP

Hello, I have been asked to write a few words about myself in the hope that somebody will read about me and have it in their hearts to offer me the home I need. I am a small (nine lbs.) Chihuahua-cross spayed female.
A celebration of life

A celebration of life

The annual Poundmaker's powwow focuses on empowering spirit and honouring women.
Fire damages Deer Ridge home

Fire damages Deer Ridge home

A home in Deer Ridge was heavily damaged this week in a fire that appears to have been caused by a child playing with fire. The fire broke out Sunday afternoon around 1 p.m. in the upper-floor bedroom of a home on Dundas Place.
Vader caught, McCanns still missing

Vader caught, McCanns still missing

The RCMP has arrested a person of interest in the case of a missing couple, but the elderly pair from St. Albert remains missing.
St. Albert needs to show more civic pride

St. Albert needs to show more civic pride

Recently my wife and I went for a drive through Calmar and Rocky Mountain House. We were surprised to see the amount hanging flowerpots in their downtown and surrounding areas and the grooming of entrances into the towns. We looked at St.
Parole granted in grisly murder

Parole granted in grisly murder

One of four men who pleaded guilty for his part in the brutal dismemberment of a St. Albert man will soon be released on parole.
Public feedback needed for master plans

Public feedback needed for master plans

St. Albert is seeking input from residents on its two latest master plans. The city plans to call 400 random homes to ask questions about the city's recreation and cultural opportunities and their potential over the next 10 to 15 years.