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Namao School students, staff celebrate facelift

Namao School students, staff celebrate facelift

For the last 18 months, students and staff at Namao School have held classes in some interesting places — including the library and on stage in the gym — while the building underwent extensive renovations to its interior.
Volunteer search down to the wire

Volunteer search down to the wire

It’s less than a month until the start of the Alberta 55 Plus Winter Games and local organizers are not just counting down the days. They’re also counting the number of volunteers signed up to run a smooth operation.
City formalizes policy for new cell towers

City formalizes policy for new cell towers

A new city policy aims to protect residents from being surprised by telecommunications towers popping up in their neighbourhoods.
Pet bylaw returns to council

Pet bylaw returns to council

. Morinville's new pet bylaw could mean big changes for the town's four-legged inhabitants and higher fines for their owners.
Students lace up skates for New Orleans

Students lace up skates for New Orleans

Many great saves will be had at a special marathon hockey tournament that starts tomorrow, but the greatest one won’t happen on the ice. It will be in the southern United States in March. That’s when a group of students from St.
Fatality inquiry put on hold

Fatality inquiry put on hold

A fatality inquiry probing the death of a 13-year-old foster girl will not hear evidence this week, postponing witnesses pending testimony from medical experts.
NASAP

NASAP

My name is Percy and I'm a two-year-old, medium-haired male orange tabby cat who loves food as much as Garfield. I'm a talkative, big and gentle fluff-ball who doesn't have a mean bone in my body and loves to cuddle.
Cops nab two in pharmacy robbery

Cops nab two in pharmacy robbery

Working with police agencies from around the region, St. Albert RCMP have laid charges in last week’s pharmacy robbery.
Alberta adventure leads to prize

Alberta adventure leads to prize

She came, she saw, she went somewhere else and saw some more, and in the end, she conquered not just a personal quest but a provincial contest.
School switch would cause 'firestorm'

School switch would cause 'firestorm'

Changing the status of the Greater St. Albert Catholic School Division from a public school board to a separate school board is an option Catholic school trustees have considered and might be open to, according to superintendent David Keohane.
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