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Morinville cultural centre noise worries residents

Neighbours of the proposed Morinville cultural centre are worried the new facility will be like living next door to a noisy party and want the town to do something to turn down the volume.

Alexander widlfire snuffed out

A fire broke out Monday night and blazed across a huge swath of the Alexander First Nation as dry, hot conditions continue to place the entire Capital region at an elevated risk of fire. The blaze broke out around 6 p.m. on Monday night.

Finance committee will allow public input

The city’s former finance and audit committee is opening its doors to public input. The committee is now called the standing committee on finance. The changes were made Monday night when council approved a new bylaw governing its work.

Sturgeon Comp dominates welding competition

Students from Sturgeon Composite High School welded their way to gold and silver finishes at a regional skills competition in Edmonton earlier this month.

Local volunteer agency turns 30

When the Volunteer Resource Centre first opened its modest doors 30 years ago, no one could have predicted that the agency would go so far to serve community connections as much as it serves the community itself.

City grant, loan give playground a boost

The playground at Bertha Kennedy Community School got another upswing of cash from city council Monday night.

The future is now

It was one of the greatest moments in physics history and Bryan Caron missed it. It's 1 p.m. Geneva time, March 30.

City on target for most green goals

St. Albert is saving more water and trash than ever before, says a new report, but is also dumping more chemicals on its lawns.

Don't bother training this dragon

If all creators of animated films could please put down their storyboards and their strudel for a moment? Here’s one small tidbit of advice that will save you time, money and your reputation, while saving gamers time, money and stress-induced n

Explosions rattle residents

Sturgeon County residents who heard explosions reverberating across the landscape last week were hearing a disposal not a demolition.