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Good times at Rainmaker as consistent as rain: long-time volunteer

Good times at Rainmaker as consistent as rain: long-time volunteer

A Kinsmen Club member with decades of involvement with the Rainmaker under his belt described how the event has evolved from an initiative of dedicated volunteers to the largest event in St. Albert.
Carbon capture to help reduce emissions from hydrogen

Carbon capture to help reduce emissions from hydrogen

“We have infrastructure already in place,” said Amit Kumar, professor at the University of Alberta and Alberta Innovates Associate industrial research chair in energy and environmental systems engineering.
New CAO looks forward to continuing to serve public

New CAO looks forward to continuing to serve public

Bill Fletcher — who is ready for his family to put down roots in St. Albert — said he is "genuinely humbled" by the opportunity to serve the community.
Bunny billboard protest sparks debate

Bunny billboard protest sparks debate

On May 6, somebody wore a costume rabbit head and held a sign telling people they "look fine" as they drove past a billboard on St. Albert Trail.
STARS OF TOMORROW: SACHS student shines light on mental health

STARS OF TOMORROW: SACHS student shines light on mental health

Mind Matters started in the fall and has been promoting different mental-health days and months throughout the year, said Laurie McCurdy, a counsellor at SACHS. 
Paul Kane alumna declared U of A’s female Athlete of the Year

Paul Kane alumna declared U of A’s female Athlete of the Year

Hurdler Catharina Kluyts wins U of A female athlete of the year award
Court Briefs

Court Briefs

Court briefs
Spoken-word stars

Spoken-word stars

Reading on stage to a crowd isn't for the faint of heart. These young poets boldly shared their verses and turned into spoken word artists.
At Council: May 16

At Council: May 16

Monday's St. Albert city council meeting had a jam-packed agenda.
St. Albert man among two arrested by RCMP following cocaine seizure

St. Albert man among two arrested by RCMP following cocaine seizure

Rusty Potts, of St. Albert, and Cory Potts, of Samson Cree Nation, both face drug charges after a bust May 11.