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SAM kids show and sell responsibility for World Vision

SAM kids show and sell responsibility for World Vision

Two Grade 6 students from Sir Alexander Mackenzie say that you can have fun and do something important at the same time. They had an idea better than a lemonade stand and with a better message too. The message was 'responsibility'.

Court Briefs

A man who used a payphone like an ATM, among other crimes, was handed an eight-month jail term last week.
Studio Theatre

Studio Theatre

Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet) fanned the flames of feminist controversy when it first debuted in 1988.
City to close Coal Mine Road

City to close Coal Mine Road

A stretch of Coal Mine Road will be closed indefinitely in order to spur development in the annexed lands.
Morinville High stages sweet treat

Morinville High stages sweet treat

How many of us would like to win a lottery with a golden ticket, a passport to untold riches and a magical world dotted with a chocolate river, giant mushrooms, cupcakes and lollipops? If you have a sweet tooth, it’s the ultimate castle in the
Gish school enjoys surge in enrolment

Gish school enjoys surge in enrolment

There was a time when Elmer S. Gish was a school with a questionable future, dwindling student numbers and a poor reputation that kept even nearby residents from enrolling their children.
Health Monitor

Health Monitor

A popular line of baby cribs with a unique drop-side that has been in the marketplace since 1993 is being recalled due to a potentially hazardous flaw.
Special Olympics comes to St. Albert

Special Olympics comes to St. Albert

St. Albert is set to shine on for hundreds of athletes now that it's been picked to host the 2012 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games. Sharon Bollenbach, vice-president of sports for Special Olympics Canada, made the announcement at St.

Transit fares, user fees hiked

Residents will have to dig a little deeper into their wallets to use various services in the new year.

Morinville council retains four per cent increase

Morinville town councillors cut, stretched and scrimped on the proposed budget last week, but voted to make the town's reserves the primary beneficiary instead of taxpayers. At its Nov.